If you look around any established city with architecture from the early to mid-1900s, you'll see signs of Art Deco everywhere. It's that glammed-up yet industrial style that feels both masculine and feminine.
Art Deco originated in France just before World War I and gained popularity in the United States during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. It's defined by bold geometric shapes and rich colors, and it often incorporates metallics like gold and metal tones. It feels luxurious and glamorous.
Think the spire of the Chrysler Building in New York City and the Great Gatsby gold glam. Wondering how to get a similar feel in your home? Here's how to get the look.
Marble, granite, gold, metallics -- all of these help a space achieve a high-class, bold, and luxurious look. You can't go wrong with a polished natural stone or strong steely hardware. Add in some symmetry like a custom fireplace with clean lines and you're sure to achieve Art Deco design in your home.