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Moderne

1920-1975

 

The Moderne style differs from the earlier Art Deco with the addition of elongated windows, sharp angular walls, and a more streamlined look.


General description:

  • Multistory

  • Stepped-back features

  • Geometric and stylized details

  • Flat roof

  • Metal windows in various linear configurations


Exterior features to include in kitchen design:

  • Irregular shape

  • Geometric ornamentation

  • Both horizontal and vertical banding


Recommended kitchen design elements:

PL-G-Art-Deco-slab

Cabinet Doors

  • Type: Full overlay

  • Style: Flat slab

  • Finish: Stain or paint

  • Wood: Cherry or maple

Countertops

  • Laminate

  • Granite

Flooring

  • Linoleum

  • Wood

Architectural Details

  • Banding

 

 


 



 

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