How to introduce Art Deco lighting to your home
Since Art Deco interior designs are back, the number of people eager to try the various antique-inspired decorative lighting in their homes is growing by the day. The buzz generated by this arts and design movement isn’t by mere hype. It features perhaps the best touches of French, Egyptian and Mediterranean culture with, of course, a slight geometric pattern and a plethora of colours. For those who understand its importance today, bringing the 1930s – 1940s retro look is a no-brainer. However, if you are spoilt for choice, the following tips will help you.
Choose a feature piece for your Art Deco interior
Much like any décor, Art Deco lighting involves setting up one hero piece that is used to complement the others. You won’t possibly fancy the emanating confusion rushing for one or more decorative lights. If you would like to design your home interiors basing on classic pieces such as the 1920's Schoolhouse pendant light, you must ensure that your tools co-relate with it. The 1920's Schoolhouse pendant light from Mullan Lighting
Discover one geometric pattern
Everyone who loves exquisite home interiors inherently has one or multiple lovely ideas of geometric patterns. Using a piece of fabric with your preferred pattern, you can easily come up with a cutting-edge design that, when illuminated against a versatile antique piece such as the Gadar Holophane wall light, shines with elegance. You may just find a great piece, by perhaps re-upholstering an existing chair, an ottoman or anything charming. The Gadar Holophane wall light from Mullan Lighting
Finish your Art Deco style with suitable accessories
You don’t have to be a home interiors expert to understand that Art Deco lighting helps introduce a stylish look in your home. Desk lights, table lamps, standing lights, and pendant lights offer a vast selection and will help you bring that ambience you always need. Adding a simple touch such as the sophisticated Comoro table lamp will add to the visual comfort of the Art Deco lighting. Now you can find the suitable accessories to enhance the room’s decorative lighting, including maybe drawing your ideas from those vintage designs. Teapots and furniture may top your list of these accessories too. The Comoro table lamp from Mullan Lighting Introducing Art Deco interior to your home is never hard, especially when you know what all of it entails. You may not do every aspect of it in a single day, but after a week or more, the beauty created by Art Deco lighting should all come together. Always be flexible enough and wise to note what falls where, when and why it does so.