The application of retro color and nostalgic color is a major feature of modern color trend.

But which era do you use the color or want to trace back to?

Every era in the 20th century has its own representative fashion and style colors and TINT, such as bright blue-green in the 10th century, conservative khaki and brown in the 40s, cheerful pink and blue-green in the 1950s, and so on.

Retro color not only represents nostalgia, but also shows the colorful historical background.

The design style of the 1910s was defined by the aesthetics of Art Nouveau.

The representative palette of the new art movement, with naturalistic green and romantic red.

Metal decoration is the characteristic of Art Nouveau style, which is why the combination of verdigris and gold metal has become the popular color of Art Nouveau.

After the end of the First World War, consumers longed for a new beginning, which resulted in a new aesthetic style.

Decorative art, as an international popular style, is characterized by geometric design, jewel-like colors and gorgeous details.

Gem-like blue-green, midnight blue, traditional gold and copper are the expressions of the charm and luxury of decorative arts.

The war broke out again in 1939, and the daily life of most people in the world changed accordingly.

The color of this era is also influenced by the war.

Calm, calm yellow-green and red are common colors in this decade.

Soft light tones are also popular in home decoration and products, adding a relaxed feeling to the tense atmosphere at that time.

In the early 1960s, we still insisted on medieval modern interior design and product color and style.

It was not until the mid-1960s that a completely different style emerged.

The colors of yellow, orange, red and green in this period are the free and unrestrained interpretation of that period.

Mustard and burnt orange are the iconic colors of this era, which are matched with soul-toned blue and yellow-green to create a light and simple 70s color palette.

 

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