In the family room of a Houston residence by Miles Redd, a Louis XV–style sofa is upholstered in a Larsen linen, and an Art Deco club chair acquired at Doyle New York is cushioned with the same Turkish velvet used for the throw pillows; the walls are dressed in a Holland & Sherry wool felt, and the sisal is by Patterson Flynn Martin.
Trendy dark wood floor living room photo in Chicago with a standard fireplace
In this Los Angeles home, the kitchen’s dining area is outfitted with an Art Deco chandelier and a vintage table and chairs.
For those who wish they could live in The Great Gatsby and can’t pass up a geometric pattern, Art Deco style can bring all the glamour of the Roaring ’20s to a 21st-century space. Art Deco, 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 style still brings in glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. If you’re ready to add some Deco details to your space, take a peek at these 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.
A second sofa gives friends and family a spot for gathering and lounging in front of the two-way marble-surround fireplace. Like the dining room, the living space has a sophisticated edginess but still feels casual and comfortable.
Lowengart kept the color palette subdued, primarily using neutral pieces to fill the room. Dark sofas pick up the home’s charcoal theme and anchor the room, while accessories from Alexander McQueen and Alexandra Von Furstenburg add playful color and pattern.
In a guest room of designer Lorenzo Castillo’s seaside villa in Spain, a large Art Deco tapestry surmounts twin beds clad in a Gastón y Daniela print; the étagère is from the 1960s, and the green velvet pillow fabric and Louis XIV bench upholstery are both by Aerin for Lee Jofa.
Personally, I find Cate to be one of the most successful risk-takers in fashion and I adore her for it. Her Art Deco embellished lavender and yellow gown landed somewhere in between this softer room’s accents and accessories…
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.
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.
(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. )
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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.
The living room of a New York City apartment, which was decorated by Penny Drue Baird of Dessins, serves as a gallery for works by, from left, Damien Hirst, William Klein, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. The angular armchairs are 1930s French, the barrel-back bergères are from Lee Calicchio, and the cowhide rug is by Stark Carpet.
The guesthouse of Barbra Streisand’s Malibu, California, home is filled with Art Deco pieces. Her collection of Lalique objects includes Archers, a vase on the console table, and Jour et Nuit, a disque clock near the window. Roger de La Fresnaye’s bronze Sculpture of a Woman is by the bookshelves.
Love the feel of this room. Would replace the yellow with blue or Kelly green. – shawkid3
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.
In a Manhattan triplex designed by Stephen Sills, the Art Deco bed in the master bedroom is a vintage piece by Eugene Printz; it is dressed in Pratesi linens.
Transitional formal and enclosed light wood floor living room photo in London with beige walls and a standard fireplace
Let your chaise be the star of the room by centering it in the middle of an open-floor layout. Look for a chaise with character, such as this tufted one with detailed legs.
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At the Rio de Janeiro home of the late designer Alberto Pinto, a Marcel Coard table hosts an ivory turtle, an Art Deco vase, and sculptural coco de mer seeds in the living room (which overlooks Brazil’s Cagarras archipelago).
In the same home, as part of a gut renovation, VLArchitects principal Louis Lisboa created a large space to contain the living and dining areas, the latter of which features 1940s Baguès pendant lights, a French Art Deco wall plaque, and a ’40s-style Venetian mirror, all from Newel. Ralph Lauren Home candelabra top the circa-1800 French table from Bernd Goeckler Antiques; the chairs, custom made in the manner of Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, are upholstered in a Lee Jofa mohair, and the midcentury Italian cabinet is faced with Murano glass.
Paneled in Art Deco mirror, the master bath of designer Linda Pinto’s Paris home features a midcentury chauffeuse and an antique Japanese lacquer side table.
At the Plaza Hotel, an artwork by Mark Grotjahn brightens the living room in a Manhattan pied-à-terre decorated by Susanna Maggard Interiors. The curtains are of a Lee Jofa silk, and the Art Deco pieces—a 1930s Dominique armchair (clad in a Sahco fabric) and a ’20s bench—are from Karl Kemp Antiques. The faux-pony-hair rug is by Stark.
In a Manhattan apartment revamped by Robert Couturier, the vestibule’s French Art Deco console from Bernd Goeckler Antiques is grouped with a FontanaArte mirror from Galerie Van den Akker and a Cindy Sherman photograph.
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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.
In the living room of designer David Kleinberg’s Hamptons home, twin French Art Deco zebrawood side tables are joined by Art Deco armchairs covered in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric; the upholstery throughout the house was done by Anthony Lawrence-Belfair, the throw is from Homenature, and the raffia rug is by La Manufacture Cogolin.
Large transitional formal and enclosed dark wood floor living room photo in New York with gray walls and a wall-mounted tv
In the same home, an Art Deco–style armchair, custom made by Atelier Seigneur, sits in the master bedroom, which is sheathed in a marquetry wall covering by Maya Romanoff.
Coffee table and bench. Mix of modern and traditional with the tufted bench. – tlcuno
Note wrought iron stand being used as fire screen. – annapolis74
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A Donald Moffett painting overlooks chairs by Cappellini and a Hungarian Art Deco games table from Szalon in the living room of a London home by Rafael de Cárdenas; the vintage floor lamp is from Todd Merrill Antiques.
At the Manhattan apartment of jewelry designer Kara Ross and her husband, real-estate developer Stephen Ross, the family room features Art Deco side chairs and an ebony table.
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In the main bedroom suite of a Wisconsin home by Michael S. Smith, an Art Deco–style mirror from Gerald Bland is mounted above a vintage desk by Melchiorre Bega; the circa-1930 Maurice Jallot chair is from Gallery BAC.
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.
A Pratt & Lambert blue coats the walls of the once green dining room in a New York home decorated by Victoria Hagan Interiors; an expanse of mirror reflects the Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann table, French Art Deco chairs, and De Coene Frères buffet, which is from Karl Kemp Antiques.