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Art Deco Living Room

Art Deco Living Room

Decorating + RenovationHow to Add Art Deco Style to Any RoomArt Deco style, short for Arts Décoratifs, is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work. Having reached the height of its popularity in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s, the signature aesthetic still evokes glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. Here, we round up homes from Rio de Janeiro to Paris that feature Art Deco furniture, wall coverings, and fixtures in all their glory. Whether you incorporate Art Deco from floor to ceiling as Barbra Streisand did in her Malibu guesthouse or just add a chair or side table into the mix, the style is sure to elevate your space. View SlideshowView as a ListPosted February 28, 2017Credits
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Art Deco Living Room

Decorating + RenovationHow to Add Art Deco Style to Any RoomArt Deco style, short for Arts Décoratifs, is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work. Having reached the height of its popularity in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s, the signature aesthetic still evokes glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. Here, we round up homes from Rio de Janeiro to Paris that feature Art Deco furniture, wall coverings, and fixtures in all their glory. Whether you incorporate Art Deco from floor to ceiling as Barbra Streisand did in her Malibu guesthouse or just add a chair or side table into the mix, the style is sure to elevate your space.
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Art Deco Living Room

If you love the reemergence of Art Deco interiors into your home, you are not alone! Art Deco style is the visual and influential arts & design movement which first emerged in France after World War I. It features touches of French, Egyptian & Mediterranean culture with geometric patterns and often vibrant colors. From the exterior of your home to the interior – you will be surprised how easy it is to bring this retro look from the 1930’s -1940’sstyle into your home. Here are 10 hot trends for adding Art Deco style into your interiors.
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Art Deco Living Room

Although the Art Deco style started in Europe, the United States had a strong movement in architecture, interior design, and lifestyle during the 30’s and 40’s. Pastel colored buildings in Miami, Florida made the iconic “South Beach” the popular architecture style for Art Deco styled buildings.  New York and Chicago boasted highly stylized skyscrapers that featured industrial motifs of airplanes, cars, and cruise liners were very influential. Bring this look to your home by adding ornate geometries to your exterior home for an Art Deco style before you open the front door.
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Art Deco Living Room

Art Deco style, short for Arts Décoratifs, is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work. Having reached the height of its popularity in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s, the signature aesthetic still evokes glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. Here, we round up homes from Rio de Janeiro to Paris that feature Art Deco furniture, wall coverings, and fixtures in all their glory. Whether you incorporate Art Deco from floor to ceiling as Barbra Streisand did in her Malibu guesthouse or just add a chair or side table into the mix, the style is sure to elevate your space.
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Art Deco Living Room

Art Deco Living Room Furniture If bland style is not what describes your interior design taste, choose Art Deco living-room furniture. Plenty of eye-catching forms, lots of geometrical patterns and black lacquer – you can be sure that the living-room is going to gain unique style. Check out my collection below. Ideas By Marisa Thompson
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Art Deco Living Room Furniture If bland style is not what describes your interior design taste, choose Art Deco living-room furniture. Plenty of eye-catching forms, lots of geometrical patterns and black lacquer – you can be sure that the living-room is going to gain unique style. Check out my collection below.
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Inspired by an Art Deco interior design, this living room is filled with retro black elements accented with gold and metallic finishes. The combination of black, gold and metallics is the signature ensemble for the Art Deco era.
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Buy pairs – Precision and symmetry were key elements to Art Deco design, so if you fall in love with a beautiful lamp, mirror or occasional table, consider buying two to keep your room scheme feeling well balanced. This room also showcases a wide range of different materials – typical of the Art Deco era – and yet keeps a sense of cohesion by using a neutral palette of taupe and oyster.
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One of the main criticisms about the ultra modern style of decor is that they can appear a bit too stark or sterile at times and can lack ‘feeling’. But this set of living rooms from Spanish firm Mobilfresno does a fine balancing act by giving us a strong feel of the Art Deco style that prevailed in the 1920s and yet retaining the modern look. (Art deco refers to a of style interior design which makes use of streamlined, geometric surfaces including furniture pieces with curved fronts, chrome hardware, mirrors & clean lines. ) ADVERTISEMENT
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While the influences of design in decor, fashion, and architecture had a glitz and glam appeal, the ability for mass production in the 1930’s brought about a sense that anyone could achieve the Art Deco look.  Just like your interiors, the Art Deco style is for anyone who wants to bring the roaring appeal for arts and emergence of discovery and bold lifestyle choices into their interiors.
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You mix materials with panache Sparkling mirrors, rich wood, chrome, marble and Bakelite all sit happily together in an Art Deco home. If you love this slinky mix, and prefer a sleek, glossy surface over a gnarly, texture-rich piece of timber, you sound a lot like an Art Deco fan to me.
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Light up your alcoves – While more decorative lighting, such as the Tiffany lamp, epitomised the earlier Art Nouveau period, the age of Art Deco saw geometric, angular shapes in chrome and glass rise to prominence. These stunning lamps, for instance, with their skyscraper-like design, have a strong Deco feel. By the late 1920s and early 1930s, the glamour of the silver screen began to exert its influence, too, and the flapper table lamp, inspired by Josephine Baker, was born, spawning many designs featuring the female form holding aloft a globe.
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If bland style is not what describes your interior design taste, choose Art Deco living-room furniture. Plenty of eye-catching forms, lots of geometrical patterns and black lacquer – you can be sure that the living-room is going to gain unique style. Check out my collection below.
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At a Miami home decorated by Frank de Biasi, an Anish Kapoor work hangs over the living room’s Art Deco fireplace. The chandelier is by Claude Lalanne, and the gilt-wood furniture and games table and chairs are by Wendell Castle.
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Another new fireplace has an Art Deco feel to it, which is subtly referenced elsewhere in the room. Fireplace, Jamb. Find out how to integrate a fireplace into your living space.
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The term “bold” is an understatement for many of the high-contrast color palettes iconic of the Art Deco area and using them in your finishes can bring on the art revival vibe in your home instantly. Bathroom and kitchen tile in monochromatic black, white combinations or with pops of red, and deep browns were gorgeous in this era. To bring the look to your home choose ceramic or porcelain tile that has a high gloss in contrasting colors. Beautiful mirrors and mirrored finishes will complete the look!
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In the grand fashion of art imitating life the Art Deco movement was all about adding visual drama and bringing it into a cosmopolitan lifestyle. Furniture had distinct lines and was adorned with bold fabrics with zigzags, stripes, chevrons and just plain textiles would accompany silky fabrics that exuded drama, similar to the Hollywood Regency style.
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Art Deco Furniture Design pinned from 'Kirstie's Vintage Home' pinterest board. I absolutely love this era, it's #Art, it's #Design and it's #Architecture! this piece of divine furniture reminds me of furniture in the Poirot set.
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Just as the name suggests – the arts and entertainment world showcased their talents during the 30’s and 40’s and home decor mimicked the trend. Bold oil paintings, sculptural table lamps, ornate bedroom furniture and finely detailed furniture was commonplace. Bring these elements into your room for instant Art Deco appeal.
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An Art Deco–style rock-crystal chandelier by Alexandre Vossion crowns the smoking room of a Manhattan townhouse by William T. Georgis, where walls painted in a high-gloss Benjamin Moore black are the backdrop for a Marilyn Minter photograph and a neon work by Tracey Emin; the curtains are of a Larsen fabric, and the Carlo Mollino stools, covered in a J. Robert Scott faux suede, are from Salon 94.
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Jazz: This cool room is the perfect spot for listening to some Duke Ellington, whose career took off during the 1920s. Art Deco touches include the club chair, the sunburst light fixture and the cabinet.

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