Neo art deco, a breath of fresh air for the 1930s

Neo art deco, a breath of fresh air for the 1930s

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You couldn't miss it! Velvet, brass, marble ... materials and lines from the 1930s have made a comeback that could not be more noticed in the decorative sphere. Redesigned into entire collections by major brands, reinterpreted by interior designers in hotels and restaurants, Art Deco presents itself in a new light, and let's be honest, it's sumptuous. Some inspiration tracks to help you breathe this neo art deco spirit into your home.

Velvet passion

Art Deco-style velvet has resurfaced in catalogs for several seasons already. In terms of colors, no madness ... powder pink, forest green, midnight blue or even mouse gray are recommended. If the sofas, chaise lounges or cushions have already adopted them, newcomers are invited this season to provide shade. Like the pouffe designed by ENOstudio with a golden metal structure and a minimalist look. Sophisticated and a touch of glamor, the latter invites itself into the living room in a contemporary boudoir style. Equally luxurious, the designer chairs by House Doctor bring character to a simple blond wooden table.

© ENOstudio / House Doctor

Golden and marbled notes

Rarely one without the other, white marble and brass evoke the materials used in abundance in the Art Deco era. Fashioned today in a sleek and contemporary way, they take the form of pretty side tables with graphic tops and legs or light and airy table lamps. Thanks to their simple lines and their slightly loaded aesthetic, these pieces have no trouble sliding into our current interiors, without any need whatsoever that they have decided to play the card of the total 1930s look.

© Cyrillus / Photonic Studio

Sources of inspiration for interior designers

If the 1930s reinvested catalogs, this is also the case for trendy restaurants and hotels in European capitals. Under the magic wand of interior architects such as Dorothée Meilichzon who made it a specialty, the Panache Hotel in Paris or even Henrietta in London are dressed in finishes and pieces of furniture with Art Deco inspirations assumed.

© Henrietta / Hôtel Panache

Maison Père x La Redoute Interiors

We first know Camille Omerin, founder of Maison Père, for her attractive brand of retro-inspired women's ready-to-wear. But when La Redoute Interiors is planning a decorative capsule collection with it, the latter takes the opportunity to revisit and give its vision of classicism to the French. Inveterate chineuse, she imagines for this collaboration twelve pieces largely inspired by the 1930s to furnish a living room, like this incredible modular armchair which becomes a chaise longue or even a fireside sofa. In terms of materials, it naturally turns to velvet, marble, brass and also to cut crystal, a classic! Chic and assertive, these beautiful creations are a tribute to the 1930s.

© La Redoute Interiors

1930s wallpapers

It's not just the furniture and decorative items that were strongly influenced by the 1930s! The wallpaper, also nostalgic for that time, finds in its patterns and colors some inspirations from another time. On the program for publishers: structured lines, geometric patterns, arabesques, deep colors and of course the essential golden finish that gives all their charm to stylized strips. Our darlings? The 1925 model at Papermint and Minispiral designed by Erica Wakerly, available at Au Fil des Couleurs.

© Papermint / Au Fil des Couleurs

Inspired tableware

Stop it all! The dishes have also been brought in line with Art Deco. The first place settings, in a contemporary and refined design, are adorned with a pretty golden patina. As for plates and bowls, they take advantage of geometric patterns in highly decorative metallic finishes.

© Ferm Living / Delamaison

The bathroom in 1930s fashion

Worked in black and white, the bathroom jumped in the 1930s in the blink of an eye. Provided of course to bet on a few essentials ... * ceramics: for basins, shelves or even toilets with graceful and generous curves. We love their quaint look above all! * white tiles: it covers the wall from floor to ceiling for a refined atmosphere. Square, rectangular, white or black joints, it's up to you! * a black and white floor: if checkerboard tiling has been popular for years, today we count on the hexagonal mosaic (to be mixed as desired) to breathe a modern Art Deco spirit in the bathroom * the mirror: beveled, chiseled, Venetian ... the 1930s mirror must be simple, refined, but always full of charm.

© Panache Hotel