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The Art Deco Movement
What’s totally in right now? Art deco! Add these touches to your home and embrace the art deco movement with Tanagra
Lush velvets, bold shades and total opulence – welcome the rise of the Art Deco movement. Celebrate the glamour of the 20’s with elements of the Art Deco movement in your home with some of Tanagra pieces.
If you are one who likes a bold geometric pattern, paired with lush and exotic textures then this style is for you. Pieces that evoke this movement all have one thing in common – they are far from simplistic and always represent those signature home pieces. From plush emerald velvet sofas, to brass bookshelves and curved glossy wooden side tables – the art deco movement is one that has had a revival in the past couple of years, and we believe it’s here to stay. Discover these 4 pieces from Tanagra that embody the Art Deco Movement.
Jonathan Adler, Jacques Tray
Simplicity, glamour and bold geometry, the Jacques Tray embodies the soul of the Art Deco movement. This luxe clear acrylic tray is juxtaposed with a strong gold metal brass is reminiscent of the Art Deco style, combining 2 materials in a strong, bold and geometric way.
L’Objet, Malachite Espresso Cup and Saucer
Deep emerald green is one of the Art Deco movements signature shade! Incorporate this shade in your home with the Malachite Collection from L’Objet. The striking color and textured pattern of the collection and dining wear brings a sophisticated style to your space. Entertain your guests in style with this Espresso Cup and Saucer made of Limoges porcelain with 24k gold accents.
Aerin, Valentina Velvet Stacked Jewelry Box
Nothing says art deco like a luxurious velvet! This moss green box is the perfect addition to any bedroom that is looking to elude the Art Deco movement. Functional yet beautiful, the Valentina Velvet Jewelry Box is the perfect home for your precious items while still looking lush.
Jonathan Adler, Versailles Coasters
Geometric prints, lush shades and a touch of gold? Nothing says Art Deco like these Versailles Coasters by Jonathan Adler. These fun and trippy patterns create a 3 dimensional yet flat design creating an intriguing optical illusion. Crafted from high-fired porcelain, this set is the perfect touch for that Art Deco look.