ART DECO INTERIOR DESIGN: THE POWERFUL TOUCH YOU NEED IN YOUR HOME
Great Ideas For Powerful Interiors
Art Deco Interior Design: The Powerful Touch You Need In Your Home
Art Deco Interior Design is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work. Having reached the height of its popularity in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s, the style still brings in glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. Covet Collection is bringing the concept to the present day with a selection of collector furniture so stay tuned and boost your creativity with us!
Linear Console presents a ground-breaking work of pioneering design, coming to meet Art Deco. This piece carries the dedication and art of those who built it, and a variety of traditional production techniques to craft an avant-garde furniture piece that is authentic, joyful, and a perfect match for the digital age. Its playful character is captured in shape and color palette, challenging design and finest craftsmanship. Art Deco is a very definition of elegant luxury. Simple in form, yet luxurious in materials and details, this marble and polished stainless steel console is a must-have in modern luxurious interiors.
In Greek Mythology, Fractal Logo Mirror was the personification of the Sun. It is said that each dawn, he rose from the far ends of the earth with the shining aureole of the Sun. With a finish of golden leaf, this decorative mirror will bring a charming touch to a blank wall in your living room or entryway.
Mármol Floor Lamp, The Marble Caves (also known as Cuevas de Mármol), situated on a solid marble peninsula in the Patagonian Andes are one of the most beautiful natural phenomenons in the world. These caves, which inspires Art Deco, carved with exceptional organic fluid shapes, were the inspiration behind the forms of the metal champagne and frosted white glass used all over this floor lamp. Also, the water reflecting on the walls of the caves was the reason behind the use of these two materials, imitating the different hues and shades reflected in the cave and creating a unique, eye-catching lighting piece for your room. What is more Art Deco than this?