The Geffrye, Museum of the Home

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20th Century TextilesPage 1

In 1930s modernist interiors, colours were light and muted. The most usual colours were pale pink, cream, green and beige. Textiles were often plain or had a simple geometric pattern.


Woollen rug, designed by Betty Joel in 1930-1940.

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