(AD/Guest Post) Interior Tips: Art Deco

Art deco interior, art deco bedroom, art deco living room, art deco kitchen, art deco interior design,Looking to redefine your home but not sure what avenue to go down? After reading this blog on art deco interior design, it’ll seem like the only option.

With so many things to consider when giving your home a face lift, it’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what you want the end product to look like. Do you want a classic look throughout? Maybe a more modern feel, or an amalgamation of the two? 
Even then there are so many styles and finishes to consider that it can be overwhelming. If you’re looking for some guidance, here we talk through the art deco interior essentials for your kitchen, living room and bedroom. 
Art deco was the predominant decorative style of the 1920s and 1930s. Characterized by bold geometric shapes and strong colours that remain so popular in today’s homes, if that sounds like a bit of you, then keep reading!

Living Room
As this is the part of the house you and your guests are likely to inhabit most, you want it to showcase
the best of your art deco interior design choices. It needs to be bold, which art deco interior design naturally is, yet tasteful and refined. 
If you’re going the whole nine yards with your art deco interior, a herringbone wooden floor style will instantly add a warm pattern to the space, allowing you to build more shapes and textures on top. You can then go down a neutral route with pastel and monochrome accents, or a darker vibe with brass finishes and stylish art canvases. The living room is your oyster when it comes to art deco!

The great thing about styling an art deco kitchen is that it doesn’t need a massive overhaul of structure or style to get that roaring 20s Hollywood glamour feel. You can bring it to life with fine touches and
accessories that won’t break the bank.
 If you go bold with your accessories, it’s a good idea to keep the larger units fairly minimalist. This let’s the fine touches do they eye-catching work, while the kitchen as a whole is consistent. Geometric tiles are a staple of art deco, so combine a vibrant backsplash or floor with monochrome cupboards and you’re on to a winner.

Last but by no means least, the boudoir. An art deco bedroom can feel warm and cosy while still making a statement. The possibilities are endless here, so it could be a case of trial and error with various geometric patterns, textures and arty prints to really nail it.
A great way to get the art deco feel off the ground is using a duvet cover bursting in colour and design.
This is great as it’s interchangeable and allows you to experiment easily with colour schemes, but the
bolder the better in this case!
Another quality touch to add, space permitting, is a reading chair. Just as bedroom experts, Happy Beds
mention in their blog, an elegant, dark coloured velvet chair with wooden structure can diversify the room visually and practically. It’s a place to read, relax and enjoy a martini with some smooth Jazz in the background, very Gatsbyesque!

Hopefully this has helped you zone in on a new style for your home. Art deco interior is timeless and it
combines the outlandish with the subtle in a way that’s interchangeable and cost effective, so get

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