Disco Balls on Checkerboard Classroom Rug

$ 169.95

Disco Balls on Checkerboard Classroom Rug

$ 169.95
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Description

dd some sparkle and fun to your classroom with our Disco Balls on Checkerboard Classroom Rug. This vibrant rug will add a touch of excitement to any learning space. The checkerboard pattern adds a playful touch while the disco balls bring in some extra energy. Perfect for any classroom setting.

Please Measure Your Space and Choose the Best Size:

  • 5' x 7'6 (20 happy faces) 😄
  • 7'6 x 12' (28 happy faces) 😁

Light colors will show dirt from everyday foot traffic 👟

Ideal for invigorating classroom activities, this rug serves as the perfect gathering spot for story time, games, or group discussions. The playful checkerboard design paired with the glittering disco balls not only adds a whimsical flair but also helps in organizing space and keeping students engaged. It's an excellent way to stimulate visual perception and enhance the aesthetic of your classroom.

  • Made in the USA
  • Treated with Scotchgard protector for superior soil resistance. 🌧️
  • 24 oz Nylon w/Urethane Backing System 🧼
  • Class I Flammability Rating and Indoor Air Quality passed. 🔥
  • Bound and double stitched with nylon edge yarn for maximum strength and durability. 🪡🧵Flagship stain and CRI labels 🏆

Transform your classroom into a dazzling learning hub with the "Disco Balls on Checkerboard" seating rug! It’s a fantastic choice for any teacher looking to add some sparkle and structure to their educational space. Order this rug today and watch your students light up with excitement and inspiration every day!

Caring for your classroom rug

flagship stain and cri labels

History of Disco Music

Origins and Early Influences (1960s - Early 1970s)

  1. Roots in Dance and Soul Music:

    • Disco music originated from the dance music of the late 1960s, particularly in urban areas with large African American, Latino, and gay communities.
    • It was heavily influenced by funk, soul, and Motown music, incorporating elements of rhythm and blues and gospel music.
  2. The Rise of Clubs and DJs:

    • Nightclubs and discotheques in cities like New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco played a crucial role in the development of disco.
    • DJs started mixing records, extending dance tracks, and creating a seamless flow of music, which became a hallmark of disco.

The Disco Era (Mid-1970s - Early 1980s)

  1. Mainstream Popularity:

    • By the mid-1970s, disco had become a dominant genre in the music industry. Hits like "Love to Love You Baby" by Donna Summer (1975) and "Rock the Boat" by Hues Corporation (1974) brought disco to mainstream audiences.
    • The release of the movie "Saturday Night Fever" in 1977, featuring John Travolta and a soundtrack by the Bee Gees, solidified disco's place in popular culture.
  2. Key Artists and Tracks:

    • Notable artists included Donna Summer, the Bee Gees, Gloria Gaynor, Chic, and KC and the Sunshine Band.
    • Iconic tracks such as "Stayin' Alive," "Le Freak," "I Will Survive," and "Boogie Wonderland" became anthems of the era.
  3. Cultural Impact:

    • Disco music influenced fashion, dance, and nightlife, promoting a culture of exuberance, inclusivity, and liberation.
    • The genre fostered a sense of community among diverse groups, particularly within the LGBTQ+ community, where disco clubs served as safe havens.

Legacy and Influence

  1. Post-Disco and Dance Music:

    • Despite its decline, disco paved the way for various genres such as house music, techno, and modern electronic dance music (EDM).
    • Artists like Madonna, Michael Jackson, and Prince incorporated elements of disco into their music during the 1980s.
  2. Revival and Nostalgia:

    • Disco experienced revivals in the 1990s and 2000s, with the emergence of nu-disco and a renewed interest in the classic disco sound.
    • Contemporary artists and DJs often sample or draw inspiration from disco tracks, keeping the genre’s legacy alive.

Disco music, with its infectious rhythms, vibrant culture, and significant impact on music and society, remains a beloved and influential genre. From its roots in urban dance clubs to its heyday in the late 1970s and its enduring legacy, disco continues to inspire and entertain across generations.

Delivery about 3 - 4 Weeks

  • This rug is made to order and ships factory direct from Georgia.
  • Delivery is about 3 - 4 Weeks
  • We will email you the tracking number when your order ships.