As Art Nouveau faded out of style, a new era of Art Deco began to take its place in the interior design industry. Prior to the 1920s, very robust and extravagant styling was compacted into interior design; however, Art Deco began to take a more minimalistic and futuristic approach to this styling. While keeping very bold pieces and lavish styling, Art Deco included very geometrical patterns and bold statements throughout the design. This style is still used today by people who love Art Deco for what it was. If you love Art Deco or have your home styled after Art Deco, you may have a difficult time decorating for Christmas. Many traditional Christmas decorations would look out of place in this design; however, there are still many ways to decorate for the season while still giving homage to this exotic, glamourous style.
What makes up many focal points in Art Deco are metals and geometric patterns. Consider creating your own interpretation of a Christmas tree. A triangular figure with consistent lines or a gold, metallic, or chrome frame can be the perfect way to incorporate this into your home. There are many Art Deco Christmas tree designs to explore. In fact, there are several unique and fun ways to have this past interpretation of a futuristic look and adapt it to Christmas. Just remember, with Art Deco, you want your Christmas tree to stand out and be bold.
Lighting can be your connecting-ground between the two styles. Art Deco often uses metallic finished or glass lighting to help create the theme. Be creative and try to find ways of making your Christmas lighting complement the style of your home. Plus, it can also be a chance to use color lights in order to add more colors to your space.
Remember, lavish and stunning details help create this glamorous look. Whether ornaments or another décor piece, think bold and shiny. Adding some flare to your space can go a long way in Art Deco. Look for repetition in geometrical patterns to help create this style throughout your home. Allow your space to feel uniform while also festive.
Art Deco is a fascinating style. It can take some time to master, but once it is done correctly, it can be quite stunning. If you have this style in your own home, do not let your holiday décor clash with it. Find a way to have the two themes complement each other and thrive together in creating the perfect Art Deco Christmas oasis.