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Art Deco To Die For: Interior Design Ideas For Your Home

Art Deco combines classic ideas with more modern designs to produce a unique, eclectic style. It was during the years leading up to the Second World War that Art Deco really took off, but it remains a favourite to this day. If you’re looking to add some Art Deco inspiration to your own home, then the following suggestions should help get you started.



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This inspired living room arrangement carries all the hallmarks of a classic Art Deco design, including the use of a bold colour. The sofa is made up of simple but satisfyingly angular shapes and the colour and design of the cushions complements it well. The patterned wall enhances the overall image and the inclusion of the vases completes the look.

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There are hints of Art Deco all around this room, but the most notable feature is the abstract design of the flooring. A metal overlay has been used to capture a classic Art Deco texture whilst also creating a pattern that fits in with the aesthetic, grabbing the attention more than simple tiling would. Also notable is the geometric simplicity of the lamps and furniture.



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This console table boasts all the essential Art Deco qualities: geometric shapes, mirrored furniture and symmetry. The sleek curves perfectly complement the straight edges for an aesthetically pleasing look reminiscent of the golden age of Hollywood. The colour scheme is also of interest, alternating between mirrored surfaces and dramatic, dark colours in order to provide an exciting contrast that really makes it stand out.

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With its use of vibrant colours, this design sits firmly in the Art Deco category. The patterns employed feature a classic motif of interlocking shapes, and the furniture arrangement makes good use of angles. The various pieces of decor also add to the image, most notably the circular tables, the mirrors and the candlesticks on the mantelpiece.



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This fireplace is an interesting example that incorporates Neo Cubist ideas into its design. However, the Art Deco influence dominates overall. The design is rather intriguing and features a chaotic arrangement of sharp lines, squares and rectangles, all with metallic colours and set against a black background.

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The Art Deco aesthetic can be applied to any room in the house, as this bathroom demonstrates. The entire room is perfectly symmetrical, from the arrangement of the hand basins to the mirrors, and the warmth brought into the room by the lighting mitigates the stark black and white decor.

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The design of these stairs creates a slightly surreal effect, but they still operate within the Art Deco style – and the result is striking and unique. The black and white theme accentuates the angles of each step and it all segues naturally into the striped black and white carpet pattern. The square table to the side blends in nicely and enhances the visual impact.

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Although the overall space doesn’t comply with the characteristics of Art Deco, there is one definitive centrepiece that most certainly does. This interior moon gate is a highly original way to divide the rooms, and it sits comfortably with the other styles present whilst still standing out. Also note the muted colour and geometric design.

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Sometimes it only takes a few extra touches to bring an Art Deco feel to a room. These stunning light fixtures, with their geometric shapes and rich colour, encapsulate the Art Deco style in a simple, yet ornate, manner.

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