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Swanky clubs: Tassels on the curtains, rich fabrics, a glittering crystal light fixture and Art Deco curves recall the era, and the feel of the clubs that defied the Volstead Act. At places like Harlem's Cotton Club, patrons enjoyed the naughtiness of imbibing, dancing, and enjoying entertainment provided by jazz musicians.
Stripped classicism: A holdover from the turn of the century, architecture and interiors still celebrated the classic architecture of the Greek and Roman Empires, as well as the Beaux Arts School. The Roaring Twenties added its own bits of glitz to amp it up, just as this room combines the classical urn renderings with mirrored surfaces and rich burgundy hues.