There’s something about Art Deco interiors that are completely captivating. The stylish use of lines, timeless fabrics, and classy layouts can make a grand Gatsby-esque pad out of any home so we’ve gathered a bunch of interiors to inspire!
Iconic 20s stained glass is beyond beautiful. Whether you’re lucky enough to have a stunning asymmetrical doorway, or space for a colourful window, this feature is one that never gets old.
The luxury of marble is a key piece of Art Deco design. Layered, inlaid, and cut at dramatic angles, marble’s veins and intrigue create majestic features that simply scream glamour.
Perfectly pairing with marble is the cool softened-industrial look of brass. Use as fixtures, furniture legs, mirrors, or accents, and this characterful metal will add a touch of 20s glamour.
Deep shades of teal, red, and pink stand out amongst the softer, more neutral shades of beige, cream, and metallics. For an Art Deco space the key to colour is intensity and richness, so don’t shy away from the bold.
Decorative or functional, split or whole, arches are quintessentially Art Deco. They’re also extremely versatile and can be used in furniture, wallpaper, windows, walls, and tiles.
Fans and Shells
Fans, shell and scallop shapes complement the arches and angles of Art Deco’s geometric style. Add as a feature, accent, or furniture piece in metal, marble, or block colour.
Steel and Chrome
Sleek steel and chrome offer glitz and glamour in a simple shiny package. Add metal inserts between tiles, spruce up a kitchen cabinet, or keep it small with a picture frame.
Parquet and Marquetry
A way to add just a hint of Art Deco without going overboard is to add a touch of parquet. An organic wood look is welcome anywhere, with hints of Art Deco patterns offering a nod to the roaring 20s.
Along with jewel tones comes the timeless classic Royal Blue. A perfect partner to metal, royal blue contrasts fabulously against kitchen and bathroom fixtures. It also works equally as well in a living space when blended with elegant coffee tables and statement lighting.
Zig-zags, diamonds, chevrons, stepped and trapezoidal shapes offer gorgeous geometry with incredible 20s style. Mix and match what and where with materials, colours, and sizes but don’t go too heavy on the pattern.