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A spectacular hand-painted silk wallcovering from London wallpaper house de Gournay captures all the glamour of the Art Deco style in a whimsical woodland scene. Photo courtesy of de Gournay

6 Gorgeous Art Deco Pieces to Try in Your Home Now

Now that it’s the ’20s again, we asked interior designer and Art Deco fan Ashley Larson Eitemiller to show us how to make the glamorous style feel at home in 21st-century rooms.

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It’s the ’20s again, and Art Deco—the timelessly elegant architecture and design style made popular 100 years ago—is making a comeback in home decor. Wondering how to incorporate the stylized look into your home today, without going full The Great Gatsby? We asked interior designer Ashley Larson Eitemiller, principal of Denver’s C+A Interiors and devoted Deco fan, for her top picks for new pieces that channel the best of that bygone era. Says Eitemiller: “Whether it’s a statement entry chandelier or powder room wallpaper, subtle Deco elements add a sense of luxury and importance to your space.” Here are her favorite pieces:

Photo courtesy of de Gournay

Taking cues from the decorative painting favored by Art Deco luminary Armand-Albert Rateau, the London-based wallpaper house, de Gournay, created the glamorous Rateau pattern on gold-gilded paper. This—and all de Gournay designs—is painted by hand, in this case using the bas-relief technique, which gives the whimsical woodland scene a three-dimensional quality. degournay.com

Photo courtesy of Paul Ferrante

Paul Ferrante’s glam Carlyle pendant features a sleek black-iron framework—evocative of the Art Deco style’s machine-age streamlining—accented with touches of gold and delicate orbs of hand-blown glass. paulferrante.com

Photo courtesy of Jean de Merry

Streamlined shapes, sweeping curves, and decadent details describe the Art Deco style and Jean de Merry’s gorgeous Evora lounge chair, shown here in ebony lacquer with bronze inlay and arms, and a textured ecru fabric. jeandemerry.com

Photo courtesy of Fortuny

Designed in 1940 and printed at the Fortuny factory in Venice, the Arboreto printed-cotton fabric in clay and silvery gold features an abstract scalloped pattern reminiscent of the classic Deco fan motif. fortuny.com

Photo courtesy of Alexander Lamont

Alexander Lamont’s Capanema nightstand was inspired by Brazilian modernist architecture, but its sleek rounded corners, dark-bronze-patinated brass leg that doubles as drawer handles, speckled shagreen finish, and chevron-patterned koto-wood veneer top bring all the glamorous detail of the Roaring ’20s to a 21st-century room. alexanderlamont.com

Photo courtesy of Phillip Jeffries

Perfect for a powder room or accent wall, Phillip Jeffries’ Modern Moon wallcovering—available in a variety of colors and sheens—takes a cue from the sleek geometries celebrated by Deco style. phillipjeffries.com

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