5 suggestions for adorning an Artwork Deco type inside in a London mansion


Art Deco interiors may be a century old, but they have never felt so timely. As we finally indulge in the grandeur of the roaring 2020s, it’s only inevitable that our homes will dress for the occasion. But how do we bring timeless style into our modern homes?

Get no further inspiration than this £ 23.5 million Art Deco mansion on London’s Hamilton Terrace – with interiors inspired by Freda Dudley Ward, who also lived on Hamilton Terrace between 1937 and 1966.

Interior designer Nicola Fontanella from Argent Design reflected the luxurious ambience of Manhattan’s classic Art Deco hotels on a living space of 10,241 square meters – with a contemporary touch. Here we take notes on how we can steal its style and bring fashionable hints of Manhattan into our interiors – wherever we are.

1. Create a focal point with a chandelier

Tips for decorating your home in Art Deco style

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The power of a chandelier has endured over the centuries, and it’s easy to see why. With the instantaneous ability to elevate a room from dull to bright, bold and undeniably brilliant, these fixtures pay homage to the Art Deco era – as seen in Exhibition A – Hamilton Terrace.

When in doubt, follow the lead of the mansion and hang your chandelier over your dining table for an inevitable conversation this dinner party season. We think it’s a safe investment – chandeliers won’t go out of style anytime soon.

2. Pamper yourself with marble – especially in the bathroom

Tips for decorating your home in Art Deco style

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See: Chic marble bathroom ideas

Nothing oozes Art Deco grandeur like marble. This elegant material has made statements in the largest entrance areas for centuries, but now we’re rushing to bring it to the bathroom.

While marble is certainly not a new phenomenon in a bathroom, we are particularly inspired by the excess marble in this bathroom that flows from the floor to the walls and sections of the roof. But please be careful when you get out of the tub.

3. Equip your TV strategically

Tips for decorating your home in Art Deco style

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We admit that TVs aren’t always attractive, but there is still a way to design the area to fit into your interior. Look for minimalist accessories such as refined glass sculptures, vases or flowers with which the device fits into the room. This allows you to enjoy the Hollywood classics without worrying about how the TV will affect the rest of your perfectly curated space.

4. Create a coffee table – without the table

Tips for decorating your home in Art Deco style

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For an unconventional take on the coffee table, you can stylize your living room with a plush stool that includes the same glasses, cups, and books – while still maintaining the luxurious aesthetic of the room. If you dare, you can outfit your coffee stool with super stylish fashion books and sleek glassware for the ultimate nod to the Art Deco era.

5. Continue your interior scheme throughout the exterior

Art Deco interior design tips, patio furniture in a London garden

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See: The roaring 2020s: Ways to bring the Art Deco interior trend into a modern home

While we enjoy the timeless ambience of this mansion’s interiors, we also take notes from the lush garden. Be inspired by the monochrome furniture that creates a flow between indoor and outdoor space, embodying life both indoors and outdoors in the most modern way possible.

While the off-white outdoor furniture works effortlessly alongside the lightly painted pots and patio doors, we recommend buying parts that are the same color as your interior – or don’t be afraid to match the color and mess around with your paintbrush.

Hamilton Terrace is currently on sale for £ 23.5 million ($ 33.1 million). Contact Aston Chase Listing Agents for more information.

Now we have the contemporary art deco home; We all have the excuses we need to throw the house party of the decade. The house and the party are sure to make Gatsby very proud.