Above, the Art Deco-inspired interior ofÂ Song Qi in Monaco, as featured on The Decorista.Â
Art Deco was one of the most exciting periods for design. After years of ornate architecture, interiors, and furniture, this period ushered in groundbreaking silhouettes that were streamlined yet glamorous. Chrome, lacquer, glass, brass, and polished woods gleamed, while geometric forms added modern detail. No wonder designers continue to revisit the Art Deco era for inspiration. Here are just a few pieces from or inspired by the Art Deco period, currently for sale at Viyet:
Why we love it: Sculptural details bring to mind the glistening new skyscrapers of the era.
Why we love it: Smooth facets add architectural interest to this stunning mantel.
Why we love them: Elegant curved arms give these rich walnut chairs a graceful air.
Why we love it: This shining material was a popular choice during the Art Deco era, especially when paired with lacquer.
Why we love it: Designed by Tony Ingrao, this unique console combines graceful curved forms with the straight-lined simplicity of a mirrored panel.
Why we love it: Black Lucite channels the elegance of the era through a sleek silhouette.
Why we love it: Gorgeous forms are enhanced by a frosted effect in this statement piece.
Why we love them: Add a touch of Art Deco glamour with mirrors framed by an always-in-style sunburst form.
Why we love it: A sleek glass column is punctuated by a platform-like base for a surprisingly bold silhouette.
Why we love it: Clean lines call attention to the unusual burled grain of this versatile table, which is beautifully set off by nickel legs.