Kayla Vasquez Art Deco, 2018-08-20 03:17:08. After World War I Art Deco designs took over and the glass light bulb casing became etched and sculpted into zig zag, crescent and sunburst shapes. If your house was built in the 1920s to 1940s Art Deco light fixtures might look more suitable and complement the decor of the surroundings.
Kailyn Velez Art Deco, 2018-08-20 21:39:44. Originally, it was meant to be used in a set with the parsons table, whose linear look reflects a similar aesthetic in the matching chair. However, in a bit of irony, the simplicity of both has led to them being adapted separately into many styles of furniture and decor. The result? Today, they are rarely seen together. The parsons style is so adaptable that many who own a parsons table or a parsons chair have no idea that companion pieces exist. The parsons chair is virtually always crafted of hardwood, and features a slightly curving, squared backrest and legs. They are usually featured with slipcover upholstery that entirely covers the legs and gives it a solid, monumental appearance. This slipcover is optional or absent on many recent models.
Aliana Gallagher Art Deco, 2018-08-18 11:36:58. A round coffee table placed between a sofa set is the perfect solution for adjoining two sides of a room. The right table not only transforms rooms, but also soothes attitudes and breaks down barriers to conversation. The round coffee table has been described as an elegant solution for parties where guests meet for the first time. It's a psychology thing to be sure.
Lilianna Simon Art Deco, 2018-08-12 08:54:49. In addition to their unique shape, round coffee tables are also extremely pleasing to the eye because of the different ways in which they can be styled. For example, you can get one that has a very ornamental scrolling metal base finished in a brown patina color supporting a black fossil stone marble top that has an antique feel to it. Or, you can get another that has a very modern appearance made from wood with a cherry finish that has sleek, symmetrical lines. These are not the only style choices that are available either since there are a slew more to pick from as well. Those other choices include ones with a traditional feel, some that have a more contemporary vibe, others that are more on the art deco side and actually look like art work and sculptures that you would see in a museum, and you can even get transitional options that combine one or more styles.
Phoebe Richards Art Deco, 2018-08-11 21:36:49. In furniture artist incorporated themes of fountains and sunburst to symbolize the dawning of a new modern age. There were also geometric shapes that were symbolic to technology and machinery. The artists also took their inspiration from ancient cultures such as the civilizations of Central America, Egypt, and Asia. They used luxuriant fabrics and vibrant colors. You saw satiny metal finishes, clamorous mirrors, exotic embellishments such as jewels, and luxuriant leathers. The artists did not used classic materials for their furnishings but instead used materials with glass, inlaid and lacquered wood, stainless steel, and aluminum. They also used daring symmetry and repetition, sweeping curves, the sunburst motif, and chevron patters.
Sasha Anthony Art Deco, 2018-08-12 07:14:12. A parsons chair is a special kind of upholstered dining chair. The name has nothing to do with the clergy. The chair was named for its origin - it was created in Paris in the 1930s, by a designer at the famous Parsons School of Design.
Eden Pate Art Deco, 2018-08-12 10:24:29. As time went on, many different types of lighting fixtures came and went, things such as flame torches, tallow vessels, wax candles, oil lamps, paraffin lamps, then gas and finally electricity.
Phoebe Richards Art Deco, 2018-08-12 05:39:10. There are different designs crafted on brass lamps. Each design speaks about history in an art form. It tells a story of art and reflects a period in our history when the artistic design was created. These designs traces back to history. There is a common and simple design created and named after its purpose. An example is the banker's lamp. History named it the banker's lamp because it is commonly used in banks during its time.
Avery Figueroa Art Deco, 2018-08-12 08:59:20. In our modern, light-at-the-touch-of-a-button-world, it is easy to forget that up until the 19th century producing light was an expensive, unwieldy and dirty process. We forget that our grandparents and other predecessors most likely stumbled about in the dark with nothing but a candle and its tiny little flame providing the only source of light for them.
Lilianna Simon Art Deco, 2018-08-12 08:14:12. exciting trends, and can create a fantastic combination when purchased together
Felicity Stuart Art Deco, 2018-08-12 06:11:12. A few years ago I worked on my sister's Art Deco apartment in Paris. The living room featured sofas in grey leather with shiny burl wood, the custom cabinetry which hid the TV was done in cream lacquer, the walls were finished in very smooth Venetian plaster in a yellowish palette, and round, heavy mirrors were framed in Zebra and Ebony woods. Window treatments used a simple sheer to cover large windows and the floors were limestone squares. If you're going to do Deco, you need to follow through with at least an entire room, as the style demands continuity in all the elements of the space. The resulting effect transports you to a different and altogether more glamorous high society, where Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers danced the night away, drinking champagne without a care in the world.
Londyn Shepherd Art Deco, 2018-08-12 04:44:08. In furniture artist incorporated themes of fountains and sunburst to symbolize the dawning of a new modern age. There were also geometric shapes that were symbolic to technology and machinery. The artists also took their inspiration from ancient cultures such as the civilizations of Central America, Egypt, and Asia. They used luxuriant fabrics and vibrant colors. You saw satiny metal finishes, clamorous mirrors, exotic embellishments such as jewels, and luxuriant leathers. The artists did not used classic materials for their furnishings but instead used materials with glass, inlaid and lacquered wood, stainless steel, and aluminum. They also used daring symmetry and repetition, sweeping curves, the sunburst motif, and chevron patters.
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