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The return of Art Deco interior design

The return of Art Deco interior design

 

 

To bring the true essence of Art Deco feel in your space, think of making a glamourous statement with geometric patterns, rich textures, and bold accents. This interior style is all about creating a look that brings out opulence and a luxe factor.

Read on to ace this one of the most exciting and influential home décor styles of the 20th century which has come back only with more grace!

 

 

Distressed Knotty Oak

Doesn’t a nature-inspired minimalist look sound perfect for times when all you need is a dose of a peaceful environment? To achieve this look of Art Deco, start with adding an exquisite grained texture to your walls with this Distressed Knotty Oak by Decowood Veneers from the house of Greenlam Industries Ltd. Combine the dark brown shade of this veneer with your classic white sofa set and place ceramic lampshades. This contrast will tranquilize your ambiance and an uncluttered set-up will soothe your mind, body, and soul. You can also experiment with a miniature garden or a peacock painting to further enhance this clean and simple look.

 

Italian Beech

Art Deco interior style has returned with a modern outlook and an indulgent palette of metallics along with bold hues. As stunning and dramatic as black looks remember to use it thoughtfully. For instance, place matte-finished showpieces adorned in black and golden tones against walls made of decorative laminates. To complement this colour scheme, you can go for Italian Beech by Greenlam Laminates from the house of Greenlam Industries Ltd. whose light grey will give an edge to other interiors in the room. This laminate also provides health & hygiene features – antivirus, antibacterial, an antifungal that retard and kill up to 99.99% of viruses and bacteria which come in contact with the surface. Lastly, place a cushion with an angular pattern to give a contemporary feel and your safe yet uber-chic abode is ready!

 

Oak Winter + Oak Fume

An abstract patterned floor continues to be one of the evergreen elements of Art Deco interiors. Quite popular and voguish, the Herringbone collection is your gateway to a dynamic arrangement of rectangles usually set on an angle for a more spellbinding visual effect. You can opt for this Oak Winter + Oak Fume by Mikasa Floors from the house of Greenlam Industries Ltd. whose crisscross chevron pattern will add dimension and provide a subtle panache to your bedroom. Also, Mikasa Floors are composed of three layers – real hardwood, a stabilizing core, and a balancing layer, which provides solidity and stability in all types of climate. Layer a checkered bedsheet and place a bedside metallic floor lamp to accentuate the beauty of your floor.

This article is shared with us titled ‘The return of Art Deco interior design ’ from Greenlam Industries Ltd. which talks about the true essence of Art Deco interior style which encapsulates geometric patterns, rich textures, and bold accents.

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