So, you’ve been itching to break away from the usual farm-like, vintage styles found around the internet and magazine world, hmm? Eventually some of it tends to blend together – farmhouse homes begin to look traditional, while modern design can be regarded as industrial. Well, there is one concept that isn’t as commonly found today anymore; we’d like to re-introduce Art Deco!
Art Deco is a style of architecture, widely popular throughout the 1920’s and 30’s. Characterized by clean, geometric lines, many of these buildings can still be viewed throughout the Miami Beach, Chicago and Detroit areas. Also a notable feature of Art Deco design is the use... Read More
Robin Muto is an interior and lighting designer based out of Rochester, New York. We recently stumbled across a few of her wonderful design projects while browsing the blogosphere.
“Tasteful, Timeless, Comfortable, Refined”
These are the four words Robin uses to describe her design philosophy. However, this particular photo caught my eye right away. By the looks of this Art Deco style bathroom, she clearly holds true to that ideology. It truly embodies the Art Deco design motif.
What makes this bathroom Art Deco, you ask? Well, Art Deco is a design style that rose to popularity in Europe in the 1920s, and powered on strongly in the United States through the... Read More
Sometimes a unique design will sell a fan, but this time itâ€™s performance and style coupled together that created such a bold fan. The Pharos Ceiling Fan blends aesthetic appeal and performance to produce outstanding air circulation with a powerful motor to provide exceptional air distribution while allowing bright light to spread from the series of five louvers. The art deco styling adds to the overall appearance of the fan, and louvers act as a glare reducer to the 120-watt light. Multiple blade options, lighting choices, and finishes are available for the Pharos Ceiling Fan allowing this fan to match any setting or decorative design. This stunning modern... Read More
The Art Deco Era explored the fine points of modern design by simplifying form and introducing sweeping organic forms to all areas of design. The lighting of this era also became known for its unique architectural lines that allowed many styles to be adaptable to rooms with existing decor. The Washington Bath Bracket displays a classic Art Deco design, the elegant lines and simple forms combined together create an unmatched vintage reproduction. The versatility of this style allows it to be placed in rooms with various eclectic genres without clashing and creating an inharmonious setting. The defined ribbed glass of the Washington Bath Bracket adds to the crisp... Read More