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We may need to wait somewhat longer to the launch of Baz Lurhmann’s much-anticipated flick The Great Gatsby, but you can find a head start with all things’30s, glam and deco for your home right now. “Deco”-rate your interior today with all these retro-inspired accents and bits. — Lani from Mon Petit Chou Chou


Brass Trolley or Tea Cart

This sleek, midcentury, brass tea cart could make the greatest bar service. I have a Lucite version in my dining room, and it’s always stocked and ready to roll.

Have a Gatsby-sized estate? Wheel it serve well-heeled guests from room to room.


Art Deco Armchair

I really like the curved curves and artful style of the’30s, deco armchair from Sweden.

I see this graceful lounger in my own bedroom or wood-paneled study.

Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers

Art Deco Borders

Deco boundaries are perfect for framing a door and incorporating creative wall beams.


Hardcover American Art Deco Book from 15 Madison Street – $20

I love picking up classic books and magazines and piling them in my coffee table for a few glistening conversation pieces.


Vintage Art Deco Letter Rack by Renaissance 38

Bamboo curved into round deco lines makes for a fun, refined accent in your living room or bedroom.


Fashion Illustration For The House Of Premet

This magnificent case from the House of Premet (a Parisian style house in operation from 1911 to 1931) brings a little Daisy Buchanon to your wall space.

I’d frame this lovely lady for use in my vanity. She would act as a sleek dose of inspiration whilst getting dressed (or applying scarlet lipstick) every day.

Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers

Volute Wallpaper, Platinum – $65

Volute background is a geometric feast for the eyes, and it’s made even more decadent in the champagne shade. Who doesn’t like the bubbly?


International 2-Light Deco Wall Sconce – $49

All these deco sconces would make for a fairly pair of a fireplace or headboard.


Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin Chrome Étagère

There is no need to harvest antiques from the’30s when you can grab some designs from Milo Baughman. He severely can don’t wrong for for me personally.

This chrome étagère is merely another example of why he continues to be so relevant and timeless.


Milo Baughman Chrome Art Deco Club Chair

The curved lines, sleek metalwork and champagne velour on this Milo Baughman chrome bar seat would add deco glam to any room.


Waterfall Vanity – $965

I’ve got this specific vanity, minus the drawer, pulling double-duty as a console in my living room. It’s the best perch for an antler lamp and functions as an easel for a contemporary painting that rests atop it.

Deco Revival Art & Tile Works

Fronds and Leaves Tile

I debated with a deco tile to my fireplace but decided to keep it to the baths where it superbly blends with the first tile designs from the’30s.

One Kings Lane

Art Nouveau Textiles Prototype II, 1900

Consider this magnificent, classic, art nouveau cloths prototype. It is a piece of background begging for breeding — or to be added to my house.

Neiman Marcus

Jonathan Adler Sheepskin Bench – $1,729

Seriously, does it get any better than this Jonathan Adler seat with sheepskin and Lucite? Lucite blends in any room and works with contemporary to traditional interiors.

One Kings Lane

Art Noveau Plant Stand

The sinuous lines of the plant stand would be the perfect addition to a sunlight or three-season porch.


Cut-Out Metal, Laser-Cut Drum, and’Art Deco’ Lamp Shades – $150

What easier way is there to change a space than swapping out an old and exhausted lampshade for something magnificent like this?

These art deco lamp shades are easy on the budget and also the eyes.


Pair Chrome Steel Lounge Chairs Attributed to Milo Baughman

If something is as sleek as these Baughman club chairs, it’s ideal to buy two of them! The same guideline applies when buying clothing, right?


Plexi-Craft Étagère – $970

This étagère was featured in Elle Decor for great reason. It begs to display stacks of glossies, perfume bottles and all of your prized possessions.

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