reinterpretation of Art Deco incorporates many of the same main motifs as when this style first hit the scene in the 1920s—rich colors, bold geometric shapes, and ornate detailing. Art Deco emerged as a departure from curvier Art Nouveau. (Think of New York City's Chrysler Building for a shining example of Art Deco architecture.) Today, the sharp lines of this style can be found on light fixtures, patterns, mirrors, and more.
Tip! An easy way to bring this vintage look into your home is with luxurious accents. Try metallic finishes, mirrored surfaces, and lots of crystals.