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All in all, Art Deco is about symmetry and balance, something that is present in most design styles. A bold pattern that may be seen in wallpapers of walls is one evident character with Art Deco. And did we mention that most of the spaces which are designed with this character have mirrors in them - like it's a regular item to complete the look. We hoped you liked the 15 Art Deco Inspired Living Room Designs we have for today and that you can check modern drapes for more inspiration!

1930’s sophistication and style, the Observation Bar and Art Deco Lounge is the playground of the cool. Classic and chic, the Observation Bar was formerly the First-Class Lounge and served as the hub for lively discussions over delicious drinks. Original artwork still hangs above the bar, which is lined with Art Deco tables, chairs and decor. Completing the 30’s look are distinct torchiere lamps, which give the room a soft, retro glow. So order a cocktail, sit back and enjoy this treasured downtown tradition.

Art Deco style, short for Arts Décoratifs, 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 signature aesthetic still evokes glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. Here, we round up homes from Rio de Janeiro to Paris that feature Art Deco furniture, wall coverings, and fixtures in all their glory. Whether you incorporate Art Deco from floor to ceiling as Barbra Streisand did in her Malibu guesthouse or just add a chair or side table into the mix, the style is sure to elevate your space.

Let us refresh our memories a bit about Art Deco. In some time from the 1920s to 1930s, a design style was popularized. It is characterized especially by bold outlines, geometric and zigzag forms - they even used plastic as a material for the designs. Art Deco style was influenced by Art Nouveau's use of motif depicting nature, sunrises, flowers and shells but of course, as time passed, it was replaced with angles and curves.

Today, we will be seeing 15 Art Deco Inspired Living Room Designs which are influenced with Art Deco. You will notice that the prominent colors are glossy black, chrome, silver, yellow and red. Although of course, the use of beige, cream, off whites, oysters and shades of green are obvious too! In the next photos, you will be seeing more of lines, angles, animal skins and prints, so, here you go!

Danielle jokes that the design gods are smiling on her as she draws the art deco card. Characterized by geometric designs, rich colors and the use of plastic and glass, art deco style was popular in the 1930s and 1940s.

An Art Deco–style rock-crystal chandelier by Alexandre Vossion crowns the smoking room of a Manhattan townhouse by William T. Georgis, where walls painted in a high-gloss Benjamin Moore black are the backdrop for a Marilyn Minter photograph and a neon work by Tracey Emin; the curtains are of a Larsen fabric, and the Carlo Mollino stools, covered in a J. Robert Scott faux suede, are from Salon 94.

At a Miami home decorated by Frank de Biasi, an Anish Kapoor work hangs over the living room’s Art Deco fireplace. The chandelier is by Claude Lalanne, and the gilt-wood furniture and games table and chairs are by Wendell Castle.

The guesthouse of Barbra Streisand’s Malibu, California, home is filled with Art Deco pieces. Her collection of Lalique objects includes Archers, a vase on the console table, and Jour et Nuit, a disque clock near the window. Roger de La Fresnaye's bronze Sculpture of a Woman is by the bookshelves.

Limit yourself to an accent pillow or two, or go all the way with carved wooden doors and wall designs. Greek keys, chevrons, fans and sunbursts can all fit into an art deco space - just go for something bold and geometric.

Midcentury modern rooms are characterized by their clean, simple lines, warm wood tones and natural elements. Set designer Mikel must re-create the look in a cocktail lounge.

Rachel draws the Victorian card for this themed lounge challenge. This rich style popular in the mid-1800s is defined by rich fabrics, dark colors, velvets and layered accessories.

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