The interior design of a cottage in the little-spread Art Deco style will look aristocratic and unusual. This style, which originated in the 30s and 40s, can easily fit into almost any cottage.
DESIGN FEATURES OF HOUSES IN THE “ART DECO” STYLE
Art Deco style in the design of cottages implies:
- combination of elements of strict classicism and free modernism;
- combination of elements of Mediterranean, Egyptian and French style;
- an abundance of prints with exotic animals, turtle shells, fish, pearls;
- an abundance of floral ornaments;
- exquisite furniture;
- a huge number of assorted decorative elements.
Interior design of a cottage can begin with the creation of clear and precise geometric shapes. The easiest way to start is with wallpaper with a stylish geometric pattern. However, Art Deco doesn’t have to be limited to straight lines. In order to freshen up the space of the house, you can add ornate and rather complex elements. Since art deco originated when travel became fashionable, African, and especially Egyptian, motifs occupy a special place in this style. Art Deco not only implies a fairly wide and rich color palette, but also loves to play with strong contrasts. However, neutral tones also have a place here. Sometimes the whole interior can be built on a neutral scale, but in this case it makes sense to focus on a few bright elements. Art Deco has always been an artistic style that combines bohemianism with luxury. Therefore, an abundance of decorative elements is appropriate here: sculptures, paintings, mirrors in rich frames, candlesticks, draperies, beautiful dishes.