Art Deco design has a lengthy history that started in France and also bloomed right into a top trend in Europe and the UNITED STATE in the very early 20th century. In the realm of interior design, Art Deco design was marked partly by the use of geometric shapes, stylized curves, atmospheric lights, as well as rich materials like marble, velvet, brass, as well as chrome.
Recently, the spirit of Art Deco has been embraced by a number of today’s leading interior designers. This “neo” Art Deco style for the 21st century makes use of the essence of the initial aesthetic as point of departure and also muse, adding a contemporary spin that makes it look fresh, original, and also contemporary.
Take a look at these gorgeous Art Deco-inspired bed rooms for concepts on just how to add a dose of this luxurious, reliable, and also easy-to-love style to your house.
For this Art Deco-inspired bed room at the Henrietta Hotel in London, French interior developer Dorothée Meilichzon produced significant handcrafted head boards influenced by Milanese door frameworks. She made use of a pair of high brass bedside lights with old-fashioned Art Deco flair to mount the bed.
This elegant space at the Hotel Rose Bourbon made by Interior Stories by Elodie & Arnaud in Paris takes motivation from the strong geometric patterns that specify Art Deco layout. The very same black-and-white marble mosaic pattern is carried from the ensuite washroom to the room wall surface, creating a focal point and also continuity. Brilliant brass sconces and also a natural brass-framed mirror add brightness, velour furniture includes a luxe touch, and also natural timber includes warmth.
This outrageous Art Deco-inspired fever dream of a room from interior developer India Mahdavi for the Resort Thoumieux in Paris is a maximalist modern day tackle the initial style. The developer mixed Art Deco wallpaper with curved wooden head boards, hefty velvet formed drapes, vintage lighting, and also a mix of products from natural leather to marble to bamboo that gives the area a feeling of decadence and also character
Milan-based interior developers Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Workshop designed the Art Deco-style spaces at the Hôtel Saint-Marc in Paris like elegant exclusive homes. They used a mix of vintage furniture, custom art and ornamental objects made by craftsmens in Murano, Italy, flea market pieces, and design classics to create a refined, streamlined atmosphere saturated with color.
Curves and Symmetry
French interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon used a mix of elements including mirror, fabric panels and hand painting to create custom headboards for this fabulous Art Deco-inspired bedroom at London’s Henrietta Hotel. The round shapes and curves create a sensuous atmosphere that celebrates one of the hallmarks of Art Deco design.
Mixed Metals and Monochrome
In this home bedroom, Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters of interior design firm Forbes + Masters created an accessible take on modern day Art Deco glam with a fresh modern spin. “Lush textiles and reflective surfaces allow light to travel around the room,” say the designers. “Mixing metals gives this room the depth and warmth needed to accompany the simplistic monochromatic color palette.”
Using an Art Deco original or reproduction piece of furniture like this curvy white dresser in a bedroom designed by Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters of interior design firm Forbes + Masters is an easy way to add a dash of Art Deco style to any interior. The timeless Art Deco lines will mix well with mid-century and contemporary pieces to create an eclectic contemporary interior with a nod to history.
A Dash of Panache
Using whimsical Art Nouveau-style cane headboards, globe pendant lighting, and a mix of geometric shapes and patterns, French interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon has created a fresh take on Art Deco style at the Hotel Panache in Paris. Inspired by the building itself, which is built in the style of NYC’s Flatiron Building, the designer incorporated multiple angles in the shape of triangular mirrors, triangle-patterned carpets, and corner cupboards.
At the Henrietta Hotel in London, French interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon created an eclectic Art Deco-inspired aesthetic with lush touches like a curvy velvet-upholstered headboard, and a custom terrazzo-patterned carpet skirted with Carrara marble. And to mix it up, she added a 70’s touch with custom Pierre Paulin-inspired armchairs upholstered in raspberry pink velvet.
Shades of Blue
This sophisticated Art Deco-style room from Milan-based interior designers Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio at the Hôtel Saint-Marc in Paris is an enveloping cocoon of blues. Design details like doors rendered in mirror, brass, and lacquered wood paneling, sculptural globe bedside lamps, and mottled brass headboards create texture and interest.
To create a big design impact in a tight space, French interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon focused on the walls of this room at the Grand Pigalle Hotel in Paris, adding bold color, vintage sconces, and a wall-mounted mini desk with Art Deco style
Art Deco Echoes
The pretty cane headboard in a high rise bedroom design from Boston-based Desiree Burns Interiors looks fresh and modern, but its rounded edges and use of caning is a subtle nod to the Art Deco era that adds a touch of softness and texture to a contemporary room. Mid-century style reading lamps on either side of the bed and timeless round black-and-white bedside tables complete the look.
This quiet streamlined take on Art Deco style from French designer Dorothee Meilichzon at the Hotel Bachaumont in Paris includes custom marble and wood desks, bespoke headboards upholstered with Frey fabric, retro globe lamps, and a soothing palette of blues.
A Touch of 70’s Flair
This retro modern guest room suite from interior designers Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters of Forbes + Masters has boutique hotel vibes and “hints of retro 70’s glam flair,” the designers say, “with deep black textured walls, brilliant brass accents, low-slung lounge furnishings, and a bold mix of textiles and graphic prints set-off by a dramatic custom channeled bed.”
Pattern on Pattern
A fun way to interpret modern day Art Deco style is by playing with a mix of patterns and finishes. In this high-spirited room from French interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon at the Grand Pigalle Hotel in Paris, geometric wallpaper and floor tiles is complemented by teal blue walls and glossy green shower tiles, with polished brass accents throughout.