From glam lighting to geometric shapes, here are six furnishings you can incorporate into your home for some added pizzazz
If you’ve ever wished you could live The Great Gatsby lifestyle for a day, why not decorate your home with Art Deco? Defined by bold colors, striking geometry, and intricate detailing, Art Deco decor brings the glitz and glamor of the 1920s to a modern audience.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? When it comes to Art Deco furnishings, (in a classic sunburst design with a retro frame) are a fun place to start. From there, you can add , , and more to various rooms throughout your house.
Light up your home with angular, ornamental lighting from the 1930s. We’re especially fond of , with glass shades that are shaped like a fan (and often etched or enameled), and .
Channel the whimsy of the Roaring 20s with starburst furnishings, from to . Protruding outward in starburst-like patterns, these furnishings often come in brass, bronze, and other bold styles.
As polished metals came into vogue in the 1920s, designers began decorating with gold light fixtures and metallic pieces (think brass, nickel, and satin gold). Mother-of-pearl inlays are also a popular decoration.
At their heyday in the 1920s, black-and-white checkered tile floors are making a resurgence among homeowners who want to add some drama to smaller areas like kitchens and bathrooms. You can also add checkered tile on your kitchen backsplash or shower for a playful alternative.
Mid-Century Modern Furniture
From ornate headboards to decorative coffee tables, mid-century modern furniture can liven up any room. Pair the pieces with an animal print rug and viola—you’ll feel like you’ve been transported back in time.
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