Art Deco, the international design style popular from 1920-1940, is making a strong impact in today’s fashion and interior design worlds. The period’s influence has made its way into our homes in the form of sunburst mirrors, the resurgence of geometric shapes, and lavish embellishments. And now, just in time for the release of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, Art Deco has become a widespread trend.
Strong vertical lines, bold curves, fan patterns and other motion lines are seen in today’s modern furniture, textiles and home accessories. Whether your style is modern or traditional, embracing this trend is a great way to add the luxury and glamour synonymous with the Roaring Twenties into your home.
(No. 1) Pochoir Print from ‘Nouvelles Compositions Décoratives’ by Serge Gladky at Art.com, $175 framed; (No. 2) Baccarat Vega Martini Glass at Bloomingdale’s, $280 for a set of 2; (No. 3) Portico Mirror from Z Gallerie, $269; (No. 4) NightByrd Navy Arches Throw Pillow, $75; (No. 5) Ankasa Chryster Pillow at Shop Ten 25, $400; (No. 6) Ankasa Deco Sequin Pillow at Shop Ten 25, $290; (No. 7) Possini Gold Leaf Obelisk Table Lamp at Lamps Plus, $100; (No. 8) Stamped Brass Deco Style Double Gang Toggle Switch Plate from House of Antique Hardware, $27; (No. 9) Worlds Away David Silver Leafed Dining Chair at Zinc Door, $623; (No. 10) Jonathan Adler Santorini Nyx and Hera Vases, $495 and $195; (No. 11) Deco Fan Vanity Tray at Horchow, $40; (No. 12) Joy Carpets Any Day Matinee Deco Strobe Navy Rug at Rugs USA, $152 – 986.
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