Autumn Trend Splurge: Art Deco

Autumn Trend Splurge: Art Deco

If there was one takeaway from the 1920s what would it be? For me, it’s the over-the-top luxury of the Art Deco styling and the luxurious materials used to create it.

Be it big and bold or soft and sumptuous, creating your own roaring 20’s inspired interiors doesn’t have to break the bank.

Yet if you feel like splurging a bit on some unique one-off pieces, here are some of our favourites…

Trend Alert: Art Deco


Original Style

Everywhere you look, scallops are popping up. from headboards to sofa’s right through to kitchen tiles. You can go big and make a statement in your bedroom with a crushed velvet headboard. Add a sofa or chair in stunning leather or up your light appeal with a show-stopping centrepiece.

Scallop print cotton cushion, pink £28, Cult Furniture

Shell uplighter, distressed brass £507, Besselink & Jones

Cresta navy blue velvet shell chair £857, Artisanti

Geometric Patterns

Grey blanket on a pink bed in hotel bedroom interior with carpet and poster on the headboard
Cult Furniture

From smooth curves to the repetition of straight-edged shapes. Geometric prints are a great addition to your Charleston-esq home. From patterned wallpaper to duvet covers, you can add as much or as little as you like.

Geometric ombre bed linen set  £30, The French Bedroom Co

Geometric side table £119, Atkin and Thyme

Red geometric – wall art print £29.95, Abstract House

Contrasting Colour

Essential Home

Pink is the main colour still this season. Team it up with winter-inspired colours of plum and deep blue to add a burst of colour to your home. Texture is also an important part of creating this yester-year feel, so use velvet, fur and smoked glass to add to the luxurious feel.

Rubell stool peacock brass base £99.99, MY Furniture

Chub glass tealight £16.95, Abode Living

Falling for – wild lampshade  £229, Rebecca J Mills Designs

Which is your favourite?

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