Hot Trends For Adding Art Deco Into Your Interiors

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Hot Trends For Adding Art Deco Into Your Interiors

“The all-white kitchen has been in full force the past couple of years and, as such, we’ve been slowly adding color back in,” says designer Tracy Lynn. “Black kitchens are proving to be popular and help impart a sleek, rich feel and modern ambiance.”

In this photo by Zack Benson, we see how art can come alive—literally. Instead of investing in a new piece of artwork, consider living plants. This shadow box filled with succulents is a unique way to bring the outdoors inside and add a pop of color to any room. 

To prepare for a new year of design trends, we spoke to home decor experts and asked them what to expect—and what they’re most excited about in 2019.

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.

3. Displaying artwork and sculptures in your Art Deco interiors

2. Bringing the lifestyle of Art Deco movement into your home

But velvet doesn’t have to feel traditional or stodgy. “When velvet is used on a tailored piece of furniture with clean lines, it doesn’t look as stuffy as if you were to place it on a Victorian piece of furniture,” Toombs says.

Neutral tones, shiny fabrics, ornate lighting are just a few of the Art Deco elements

We’ve already seen that many 2019 interior design trends embrace velvet. From art deco to maximalism, velvet tends to creep its way into many different styles. Liz Toombs, a certified interior decorator and the president and owner of PDR Interiors, says we should expect to see even more velvet in the next few months.

Freshome readers we would love to know what Art Deco elements you love!

Consider ditching black furniture or accents and using navy instead. These navy side chairs offer a clean, modern look without feeling too heavy or dark in your space. 

This cozy bedroom from theclassiccottage is another great way to adopt the sustainable decor trend this year. The space utilizes materials such as jute and rope—and is all about reusing and recycling. The “headboard” is actually a rug hung on the wall, which adds a beautiful finishing touch to the bedroom. This year, think outside the box and consider how to upcycle pieces in your house from one room to the next.

This living room from Swoon Worthy Blog is another gorgeous example of how to embrace art deco without completely redesigning a space. The gold starburst mirror above the mantle and the velvet mustard yellow chair channel the roaring twenties while still feeling modern and new. 

Explore our pinterest board for more inspirations: VINTAGE INDUSTRIAL STYLE: INSPIRING IDEAS . Get more ideas for your projects and find functional, stylish and sizable lighting choices.

An essential part of the Art Deco style was evoking drama and grandeur of the silver screen of movies and entertainment into your home. Early Hollywood used neutral color palettes but combined them with shiny fabrics, lighting that was subdued and an abundance of lavish and soft material that were luxurious for the eye and the touch. Hang fabric behind your master bedroom bed to bring out the Art Deco style of neutrals.

According to Chris von Eckartsberg and Hans Baldauf from BCV Architecture + Interior, “people are increasingly seeking connections from nature. Whether it’s contextually appropriate or the perfect counterpoint to help modernize an existing restaurant, for example, wood is a timeless, versatile material.” 

Home exteriors had similar Art Deco influences as the Chrysler Building in New York City

This rare table lamp was designed by Kurt Versen (1901 – 1942) for the Kurt Versen Company in 1935.  The base and shade are covered in cork and the shaft and support are in polished copper.  The shade swings out from the shaft to provide a wider range of light on the surface.

Art Deco is an influential visual arts design style that first appeared in France after World War I and began flourishing internationally in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s before its popularity waned after World War II. It’s an eclectic style that combines traditional craft motifs with Machine Age imagery and materials. The style is often characterized by rich colours, bold geometric shapes and lavish ornamentation.

Bring the richness of culture and bold design into your Art Deco home

White kitchens have been all the rage for a while now, but this year expect to see darker cabinetry make a comeback.

“One thing we’re starting to see more and more, and that we love incorporating into our own designs, is bringing the two together to create perfect harmony—darker, unique leathers paired with bright, white cabinetry,” says Hammel. “We believe that the best, most beautiful rooms and homes of 2019 will achieve an ideal balance of both masculine and feminine.” 

This stunning rendering from Evgenia Belkina highlights terrazzo’s unique ability to take center stage in a room without overpowering the rest of the space. 

Like this stunning blue sitting chair from Maggie Boucher Interior Design (photo by Tomek Kmiecik), curved furniture makes your space feel more expansive. Look for pieces that are rounded on the bottom and curved on the top. 

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!

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.

This year is going to be all about sustainable pieces and recycled decor. According to Tracy Lynn, “items made by hand using sustainable materials are a great way for people to feel grounded in their homes and feel more in touch with the earth and their roots.” 

There is a strong movement in interior design and architecture to revive older homes back to their original charm or to make new construction appear dated and retro. Kitchen renovations that want to use modern materials such as curved Corian countertops to evoke the “artsy” appeal of the Art Deco era and brink in simple mixes of modern flooring and retro style lighting fixtures is a great look.

Artistic paintings, sculptures and exotic destinations were reflected in design

“2019 will leave behind minimalism and instead pay homage to the more-is-more maximalism movement,” says Hepfer. “It brings me great joy when my clients are on board with our design journey, taking risks and trusting the creative path. In the end, these spaces are unique, fabulous and timeless, created just for them.”

Simple lines with bold statements were iconic of Art Deco styled furniture

According to NGI Design, “curves have started to become a sought-after style. First, they offer a manipulated perception of spatial awareness. Using this correctly means that there will appear to be a lot more space than there actually is, allowing for your home to feel larger and a little more premium.” 

If you searching for this tip of style for your lighting we give you a few options for you to get inspired with those hot trends for adding art deco into your interiors.

Terrazzo, a mosaic-like mix of marble, glass and granite, has been gaining traction again in the design world for a few months now. But we expect this high-impact look go big in 2019. Though commonly thought of as a material for flooring, designers are embracing it in countertops, showers, furniture and even wallpaper and accent pieces. 

Boho is one of those design trends that comes and goes—but in 2019 we expect it to come back with a bang. Designers Caroline Grant and Dolores Suarez of Dekar Design say that “the boho vibe is back, but with a vintage modern twist and curved lines. Layering and patterned fabrics are something you will see again, but this time around a bit cleaner and brighter.” 

We admit that we love simple, clean white backsplashes. But more and more designers are welcoming boldly patterned backsplashes to their kitchens. We expect these fun and functional accents to be huge in 2019.

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Art deco design is all about embracing geometric designs, manmade materials (like metals) and bold colors. Though art deco reached its peak in the 1920s and 30s, we expect to see a big resurgence in 2019.  As we leave behind minimalism, art deco is the perfect way to add more textures and visual interest to your space. 

8. Bring out Art Deco styling from the metropolitan cities you love 

You may say wood is a traditional material that will never go out of style. And while that’s true, the use of wood has grown in popularity year after year, and we expect that to continue as we move into 2019. Whether you introduce wood flooring to your kitchen or decide to add more wooden elements to a bathroom or dining space, we’re all for bringing the outdoors in. 

When designing a space this year, don’t be afraid to mix what may be considered masculine elements (such as leather) with feminine touches to bring more variety to your decor. 

By now you probably know all about minimalis home decor, but the theme of 2019 is “more is more.” We’re leaving behind the stark, modern look and embracing a sensibility of excess and textural overload. According to interior Designer Anne Hepfer, we should expect to see this style surge this year. 

This cozy living room from eclectic_interior proves that modern pieces, like the brown couch pictured here, can embrace velvet and lend an inviting warmth to any space.

When travel became commonplace the influence from Africa and especially Egypt was great. After the discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb the influence of pyramids, hieroglyphics type symbols and sphinxes were added to many design elements in the home. Use these symbols in your furniture, textiles and when choosing wallpaper and artwork for an Egyptian-inspired Art Deco style.

These laser-cut and handpainted panels designed by Jamie Reynolds are a great way to accent the top of a buffet or replace a conventional headboard in a deco-inspired space. Search for geometric accessories, and don’t be afraid to embrace brass and gold in your design scheme.

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.

For the past few years, we’ve been inundated with crisp, streamlined furniture and straight lines in home decor. In 2019, though, curves are where it’s at.

  • 03 of 15 A Mix of Masculine and Feminine Aimée Mazzenga Leather couches and chairs are nothing new—but according to Bria Hammel of Bria Hammel Interiors, we should expect to see more leather accents being used in unexpected places. “One thing we’re starting to see more and more, and that we love incorporating into our own designs, is bringing the two together to create perfect harmony—darker, unique leathers paired with bright, white cabinetry,” says Hammel. “We believe that the best, most beautiful rooms and homes of 2019 will achieve an ideal balance of both masculine and feminine.” When designing a space this year, don’t be afraid to mix what may be considered masculine elements (such as leather) with feminine touches to bring more variety to your decor. 
  • 06 of 15 Boho Is Back Brittany Ambridge Boho is one of those design trends that comes and goes—but in 2019 we expect it to come back with a bang. Designers Caroline Grant and Dolores Suarez of Dekar Design say that “the boho vibe is back, but with a vintage modern twist and curved lines. Layering and patterned fabrics are something you will see again, but this time around a bit cleaner and brighter.” Embrace your inner hippie and layer fun textures and prints to create a bohemian vibe in any room. We especially love this look in nurseries or children’s rooms where you can add a little bit of sophistication while maintaining a fun, laidback vibe.
  • 14 of 15 Velvet is Huge Instagram / eclectic_interior We’ve already seen that many 2019 interior design trends embrace velvet. From art deco to maximalism, velvet tends to creep its way into many different styles. Liz Toombs, a certified interior decorator and the president and owner of PDR Interiors, says we should expect to see even more velvet in the next few months.But velvet doesn’t have to feel traditional or stodgy. “When velvet is used on a tailored piece of furniture with clean lines, it doesn’t look as stuffy as if you were to place it on a Victorian piece of furniture,” Toombs says.This cozy living room from eclectic_interior proves that modern pieces, like the brown couch pictured here, can embrace velvet and lend an inviting warmth to any space.
  • 07 of 15 Navy is the New Black The Inside Black is timeless and traditional, but one of 2019’s interior design trends will definitely involve more navy elements at home. Danielle Walish, interior and furniture designer for The Inside, expects to see “navy used in fresh and modern ways—or in other words, not your grandma’s navy. Of course, navy always shines in a classic cabana stripe, but I’m excited to pair it with mint green and pinks.”Consider ditching black furniture or accents and using navy instead. These navy side chairs offer a clean, modern look without feeling too heavy or dark in your space. 
  • 10 of 15 Art Deco Accessories Swoon Worthy Blog This living room from Swoon Worthy Blog is another gorgeous example of how to embrace art deco without completely redesigning a space. The gold starburst mirror above the mantle and the velvet mustard yellow chair channel the roaring twenties while still feeling modern and new. 
  • 08 of 15 Black Kitchens Ryan Garvin White kitchens have been all the rage for a while now, but this year expect to see darker cabinetry make a comeback.”The all-white kitchen has been in full force the past couple of years and, as such, we’ve been slowly adding color back in,” says designer Tracy Lynn. “Black kitchens are proving to be popular and help impart a sleek, rich feel and modern ambiance.”If you’ve never painted over your dark cabinets, consider yourself trendy! This kitchen designed by Lynn and photographed by Ryan Garvin proves that when paired with an open, airy and light space, dark cabinetry can still feel modern and fresh. 
  • 09 of 15 Art Deco Design Jamie Reynolds Art deco design is all about embracing geometric designs, manmade materials (like metals) and bold colors. Though art deco reached its peak in the 1920s and 30s, we expect to see a big resurgence in 2019.  As we leave behind minimalism, art deco is the perfect way to add more textures and visual interest to your space. These laser-cut and handpainted panels designed by Jamie Reynolds are a great way to accent the top of a buffet or replace a conventional headboard in a deco-inspired space. Search for geometric accessories, and don’t be afraid to embrace brass and gold in your design scheme. 
  • 12 of 15 Sustainable Decor Instagram / theclassiccottage This cozy bedroom from theclassiccottage is another great way to adopt the sustainable decor trend this year. The space utilizes materials such as jute and rope—and is all about reusing and recycling. The “headboard” is actually a rug hung on the wall, which adds a beautiful finishing touch to the bedroom. This year, think outside the box and consider how to upcycle pieces in your house from one room to the next.
  • 01 of 15 Interior Design Trends of 2019 Instagram / aaronleitz A new year means a new chance to refresh and rejuvenate your space. And although some elements of home decor will never go out of style, interior design trends come and go, giving us something new to look forward to year after year. It’s time to embrace what works (like this moody living room styled by aaronleitz and photographed by allisonpickart) and say goodbye to what doesn’t.To prepare for a new year of design trends, we spoke to home decor experts and asked them what to expect—and what they’re most excited about in 2019.
  • 11 of 15 Sustainable Decor Zack Benson This year is going to be all about sustainable pieces and recycled decor. According to Tracy Lynn, “items made by hand using sustainable materials are a great way for people to feel grounded in their homes and feel more in touch with the earth and their roots.” In this photo by Zack Benson, we see how art can come alive—literally. Instead of investing in a new piece of artwork, consider living plants. This shadow box filled with succulents is a unique way to bring the outdoors inside and add a pop of color to any room. 
  • 04 of 15 Embrace Bold Backsplashes Dan Rak Design We admit that we love simple, clean white backsplashes. But more and more designers are welcoming boldly patterned backsplashes to their kitchens. We expect these fun and functional accents to be huge in 2019.This space by Dan Rak Design features a daring geometric backsplash that transforms the space and gives it a unique personality. This year, don’t be afraid to try a bold backsplash in your kitchen. If you’re scared of commitment, try a stick-on version that you can easily remove and swap. 
  • 02 of 15 Even More Wood The d’Orsay You may say wood is a traditional material that will never go out of style. And while that’s true, the use of wood has grown in popularity year after year, and we expect that to continue as we move into 2019. Whether you introduce wood flooring to your kitchen or decide to add more wooden elements to a bathroom or dining space, we’re all for bringing the outdoors in. According to Chris von Eckartsberg and Hans Baldauf from BCV Architecture + Interior, “people are increasingly seeking connections from nature. Whether it’s contextually appropriate or the perfect counterpoint to help modernize an existing restaurant, for example, wood is a timeless, versatile material.” 
  • 05 of 15 Maximalism Not Minimalism Virginia Macdonald By now you probably know all about minimalis home decor, but the theme of 2019 is “more is more.” We’re leaving behind the stark, modern look and embracing a sensibility of excess and textural overload. According to interior Designer Anne Hepfer, we should expect to see this style surge this year. “2019 will leave behind minimalism and instead pay homage to the more-is-more maximalism movement,” says Hepfer. “It brings me great joy when my clients are on board with our design journey, taking risks and trusting the creative path. In the end, these spaces are unique, fabulous and timeless, created just for them.”
  • 15 of 15 Terrazzo is Here to Stay Evgenia Belkina Terrazzo, a mosaic-like mix of marble, glass and granite, has been gaining traction again in the design world for a few months now. But we expect this high-impact look go big in 2019. Though commonly thought of as a material for flooring, designers are embracing it in countertops, showers, furniture and even wallpaper and accent pieces. This stunning rendering from Evgenia Belkina highlights terrazzo’s unique ability to take center stage in a room without overpowering the rest of the space. 
  • 13 of 15 All About Curves Maggie Boucher Interior Design, photo by Tomek Kmiecik For the past few years, we’ve been inundated with crisp, streamlined furniture and straight lines in home decor. In 2019, though, curves are where it’s at.According to NGI Design, “curves have started to become a sought-after style. First, they offer a manipulated perception of spatial awareness. Using this correctly means that there will appear to be a lot more space than there actually is, allowing for your home to feel larger and a little more premium.” Like this stunning blue sitting chair from Maggie Boucher Interior Design (photo by Tomek Kmiecik), curved furniture makes your space feel more expansive. Look for pieces that are rounded on the bottom and curved on the top. 

If you’ve never painted over your dark cabinets, consider yourself trendy! This kitchen designed by Lynn and photographed by Ryan Garvin proves that when paired with an open, airy and light space, dark cabinetry can still feel modern and fresh. 

This space by Dan Rak Design features a daring geometric backsplash that transforms the space and gives it a unique personality. This year, don’t be afraid to try a bold backsplash in your kitchen. If you’re scared of commitment, try a stick-on version that you can easily remove and swap. 

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.

Luxe Lounge by Cloud9 Design Studio Luxe Lounge approached Cloud9 with the task of designing a club like no other in Costa Rica.

Embrace your inner hippie and layer fun textures and prints to create a bohemian vibe in any room. We especially love this look in nurseries or children’s rooms where you can add a little bit of sophistication while maintaining a fun, laidback vibe.

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.

Through this deliberate clash of spatial and visual elements, the club successfully embodies Luxe Lounge’s ambitious goal of setting a new standard for Costa Rican nightlife.

Leather couches and chairs are nothing new—but according to Bria Hammel of Bria Hammel Interiors, we should expect to see more leather accents being used in unexpected places. 

Bold tile finishes in high-contrast colors for your bathrooms & kitchen

A new year means a new chance to refresh and rejuvenate your space. And although some elements of home decor will never go out of style, interior design trends come and go, giving us something new to look forward to year after year. It’s time to embrace what works (like this moody living room styled by aaronleitz and photographed by allisonpickart) and say goodbye to what doesn’t.

The Art Deco movement had a strong tie to bold geometric shapes and designs. To bring the flair into your home, start off with bold wallpaper that has a strong geometric appeal. Rectilinear and curvilinear forms that instantly catch the eye are iconic for the Art Deco style era and will make your room come alive instantly.

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Inspired by Art Deco, the team combined a rich color-palette with special lighting effects, jagged lines, extravagant furniture, and lavish imagery to create a club with numerous ambiences where eclecticism is the only common denominator.

By the 1930’s travel was becoming popular and tourism started to boom. African safaris were popular and animal prints, exotic finishes such as pearl and tortoiseshell started to show itself in home decor. The bold use of materials in glass, shiny fabrics, metallic paints and mirrors will complete the Art Deco look in your home.

Black is timeless and traditional, but one of 2019’s interior design trends will definitely involve more navy elements at home. Danielle Walish, interior and furniture designer for The Inside, expects to see “navy used in fresh and modern ways—or in other words, not your grandma’s navy. Of course, navy always shines in a classic cabana stripe, but I’m excited to pair it with mint green and pinks.”

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