While some trends come and go, the elegant and sophisticated Art Deco interior style is a classic example of something that has managed to stand the test of time. Characterised by rich colours, geometry and gold details, we have selected a few pieces that will help you to add a glamorous touch to your home.
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The elegance of the Stockholm sidetable from Spanish Punt Mobles comes through its sophisticated and linear design, high-quality materials, and the minimalist singular aluminium finish on the top surface. The series was designed by Mario Ruiz, including sideboards, chests of drawers and TV benches, and was the winner of the Red Dot 2015 Award.
(Main image) Punt Mobles, ‘Stockholm’ sidetable, €2,312
Chaise lounge from Munna
The Olympia chaise lounge from Portuguese brand Munna projects pure haute couture, with its sensuous feminine outline and voluptuous shape. Each exquisitely curved design features detailed seaming to the front and reverse, surmounting bold metal stands, creating the pièce de résistance for any interior.
Munna ‘Olympia’ chaise longue, €7,800
Left to right: Nutcracker from Seletti | Mirror from Eno Studio
A walnut that eats other walnuts…. The Noix nutcracker from Seletti is a precious and unique object to add a bit of beauty to your everyday. Following the shape of the hard shell of a walnut, this object becomes more than just a utensil – it is more like a practical art piece for your home.
Seletti, ‘Noix’ nutcracker, €250.
With its geometrical lines of brass that seem to defy the laws of gravity, the Prego mirror can be hung in a variety of ways leaving free rein to the user’s imagination. The mirror was designed by Sam Baron for Eno Studio (‘Edition Nouveaux Objets’), a design studio with the aim of implementing a sublimated form of French elegance in people’s homes.
Eno Studio, ‘Prego’ mirror, €229
Lamp from Vondom
Gatsby is the perfect lamp to create an extraordinary atmosphere, with its elegant, functional and modern look. The collection was designed by Ramón Esteve for Vondom based on the idea of creating a surrounding atmosphere through a suggesting play of lights by means of the lamp’s surfaces, where the material reproduces the shapes and sensations of engraved glass.
Vondom, ‘Gatsby’ prisma table lamp, €195