Love Art Deco. Modern baroque furniture brings in the class.
Art Deco :: Miami is synonymous with art deco design and architecture, but the style is adoptable in any tropical setting. Modern baroque furniture, splashy colors and lots of white go well with sunshine and palm trees. On the flipside, it also works perfectly against mid-century modern backdrops
The Art Deco console table is an antique from Judy Frankel Antiques. http://judyfrankelantiques.com/
The crystal lamp is from Baker Furniture http://www.bakerfurniture.com/baker/1_1_5_0_coll_prod.jsp?brand=Baker&prod_id=4472250&prod_num=JG118
art deco lines, calm color
Art Deco table against the wall
future, art deco is all about shine, shine, shine. Lacquer, polished wood and metal, and glossy paint combine for a slick and gleaming effect. Sprinkle glass and mirrored pieces throughout an art deco room to add to the reflective quality. Glam it up: Want to take an art deco space over the top? Add a
Art Deco Master Bathroom with Carrara slab marble work
From Deco to ModerneI can't stress enough that these styles epitomize the zeitgeist of the '20s and '30s. While both art deco and art moderne relied on bold shapes and symmetry, the severity of the geometric shapes and richly decorated surfaces of art deco gave way to the less gilded, more fluid and
qualities of art moderne as the Great Depression continued, making ostentatious displays of wealth unwelcome. And while art deco furniture could be too large and plush, like marshmallows on steroids, comfort and elegance didn't disappear in art moderne — they simply became a bit thinner and more linear.
restrained Art Deco flair. His silhouettes perfectly balanced structure and flounce, and added just the right amount of detail. I'm sure the celebrity stylists are in a frenzy trying to score his dresses for awards season.
Zebra wood — as seen in this angular kitchen — was one of the rich new woods used during the art deco period, along with Macassar
Who knew zebra wood was an Art Deco thing
during the art deco period, along with Macassar ebony. Many of the materials and techniques used in this era led to high production costs, so art deco design was used more in public places, such as hotels, restaurants and even the famous luxury ocean liners of the day.