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Art Deco Interior Inspiration For Now

Art Deco Interior Inspiration For Now

No matter if you’re coveting Art Deco accents to adorn cabinets in your living room or dreaming of deco details in the kitchen, we’re sharing all the Art Deco interior inspiration you need to style the trend in your home.

Transport your mind back to a decade of unrivalled grandeur as we explore all things Art Deco. Originating in the 1920s, the iconic styles of this period remain designer-approved with 21st-century interiors revelling in the timeless appeal of this era.

What is Art Deco?

Defined by details like geometric shapes, gleaming metals and rich colours, Art Deco refers to a style favoured by designers in the 1920s - think famous New York City landmarks like the Chrysler Building and decor worthy of the Great Gatsby set. Appearing in architecture, interiors, jewellery, fine art and more, the Art Deco movement marked a significant shift away from the ornate and decorative designs of the Victorian period and a century on, this stylish era remains an enduring source of inspiration for interior designers.

Deco Details

Adding a truly decadent touch to interiors, Art Deco design is synonymous with opulence and elegance and inspires many of our luxury brass hardware collections at Armac Martin. When developing pieces for collections like Gaumont, Crossways, Jefferson and Dougan, our product team took note of the 1920s incorporating geometry and stepped edges to form the design.


A minimal stepped edge adds interest to the linear handles in our Gaumont collection.


Striking geometric shapes define the stylish look of our Crossways collection.


Clean lines and stepped edges bring a bold look to the Jefferson collection.


Sleek ridges trace the curves and give character to pieces in the Dougan collection.

When it comes to choosing a finish for your Art Deco cabinet hardware, our portfolio features something beautiful to suit all colour palettes. Metallics are typical of the era and lustrous options like our polished brass unlacquered or american bronze lacquered are both sure to add an air of opulence to cabinets. Feeling undecided? We recommend our satin antique satin lacquered finish for its effortlessly elegant look.

Art Deco Inspiration

Features our Gaumont T-Bar and Carlton Pull, both in our polished nickel plate finish.

A contrasting colour palette and lavish textures with contemporary flowing curves and ridges to add visual interest.

Emulate this truly breathtaking kitchen by Canavan ⁠by mixing deco design elements like fluted details

Features our Lincoln Pull, Lincoln Knob and Regency Diamond Grille, all in our satin antique satin lacquered finish.⁠

Linear shapes and symmetry draw the eye in this kitchen belonging to Utah-based Sita Montgomery Interiors. From the angled design of the range hood to the elongated brass cabinet handles and patterned brass grilles, the individual deco elements work beautifully together to give this light-filled room its refined appearance.

Features our Gaumont Pull and Gaumont T-bar, both in our satin antique satin lacquered finish. ⁠

A covetable choice for modern deco living, team a neutral palette with luxe marble surfaces and gold tones like this kitchen by Finch Interior Design. Opt for panelled cabinets and hardware with stepped detailing to embrace the look.

Features our Gaumont Pull and Gaumont T-bar, both in our satin antique satin lacquered finish.

The contrasting dark island and striking quartzite make a bold statement whilst the pattern of the flooring and panelled cabinets enhance the deco aesthetic.

This luxurious kitchen by Johnathan Williams Kitchens is one to add to your Pinterest board if modern meets deco is the brief.

Features our Jefferson Pull in our chocolate bronze finish.⁠

Showcasing the finest materials in a palette of warm neutrals, this sophisticated living space by Sophie Paterson Interiors feels instantly inviting with subtle Art Deco accents elevating the cabinet design.

In the mood for more? Discover our Art Deco collections:

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