Paragon’s Decades Pop Line of Popcorn Machines
Paragon designers and engineers truly enjoyed taking a walk through American design trends and developing an entire line of popcorn products based on the top design trends over the last century. From the ornate and gilded trends of the 1920’s to the flashy colors and technology pop of the 1980’s, design trends shape everything from the way we interact with each other, express ourselves and the way we live our lives. The Paragon Decades Pop line captures the tastes and trends of Americana over the decades by incorporating these iconic markers of great style providing you with a fresh approach to popcorn machine designs to fit your desired décor. The Decades line currently includes design styles of the 1910s, 1920s, 1950s, 1970s.
1951 Diner popcorn popper
The 1950s were a sentimental time – a cool era that immediately evokes visions of Grease and Happy Days’ diners. Retro diners were bright, nostalgic, and theatrical -- quintessential Americana, yet fun and whimsical. Particularly reminiscent of the 1950s era is the iconic style of the diner and the iconic rounded shape top of the juke box. Paragon’s 1951 captures that feel of the 1950’s
1971 Pastime Popper
the nostalgic cool of the woody is starting to resurface. Paragon designers and engineers couldn’t resist paying homage to the Woodies at their height of production in the 1970s in all of their faux-wood glory. The 1971 Pastime Pop popcorn machine combines vintage style faux wood corner posts, stainless steel with the latest in popper technology and is built for commercial quality to ensure dependability and performance.