If this fantastic 70’s or 80’s folding screen doesn’t take you back to the roaring 1920s…..we don’t know what will!! Check out this groovy Art Deco Revival three panel folding screen! It is comprised of MDF that has been lacquered and hand painted with orbital circles and star or sun bursts with raised texture on one side and smooth design on the other. Beautifully blended bronzes and golds on the textured side and more silvers and grays on the smooth side…in the world of interior design we would call that color combo “Gliver!” It speaks for itself!! The hinges are two-way, so it folds both ways offering many combinations of use. Use it in a small area to divide living space or in a large room as a backdrop to add some color and design to a plain space that needs some pop!
Did you know that Art Deco was not even a design or era term until Art Deco Revival came along? The name Art Deco is derived from The International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrials Arts (i.e. exposition internationale des arts decoratifs et industriels modernes) World’s Fair held in Paris from April to October 1925. It was held to highlight the new style moderne of architecture, interior decoration, furniture, glass, jewelry, and other decorative arts in Europe and throughout the world. The term Art Deco came much later but was coined from the 1925 title of the Expo. Art Deco Revival sprang up in the 1970s from the newfound love of this early 20th century avant-garde design.
Whatever your style, this screen is a must have…you need to make it yours!