Art Deco Rug Inspired by 1940’s Radio City Music Hall
- Revolutionary, HD digital printing.
- 10 times the resolution of previously available products.
- Features a 100% recycled rubber backing.
- Treated with StainStopper™.
- Easy to clean! Vacuum or steam clean.
- Rugs are made at the time of order. Expect order to take approximately 2 weeks to ship. Designed by Edward Durell Stone, the interior of the theater with its austere Art Deco lines represented a break with the traditional ornate rococo ornament associated with movie palaces at the time. The radiating arches of the proscenium united the large auditorium, allowing a sense of intimacy as well as grandeur. The interior decor was created by designer Donald Deskey. Deskey’s geometric Art Deco designs incorporate glass, aluminum, chrome, and leather in the ornament for the theater’s wall coverings, carpet, light fixtures, and furniture. His work borrowed heavily from the European Modern aesthetic style, of which he was the foremost exponent in the United States.
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