Art Deco Bathrooms

Art Deco Bathrooms

Granley Deco pays homage to the Art Deco movement of late 1930s Britain. Its neat and beautifully proportioned angles are reflective of the much-loved Barber Institute of Fine Arts, a Grade II listed building in Birmingham, purpose-built for the study of art history. To help you create an art deco bathroom, the Granley Deco collection combines artistic impositions of the 1930s with bold, angular stying. This beautiful bathroom suite reflects period décor with distinctive charm that’s completely individual and unique.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Art Deco is shorthand for bathroom chic. From the classic proportions of the pedestal to the fluted base of the pan, this art deco bathroom suite fuses seemingly simple styling with striking lines to create true architectural impact. The Granley Deco collection has been created with bold, angular styling combined with art deco inspiration for a bathroom suite that suits almost any space.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

The bathtub was an important focal point of the Art Deco bathroom. The same style of function was reflected in the newer tubs that were molded and placed against the walls and then surrounded by tile work. Some of the tubs used were pedestal tubs, but many people couldn’t afford to replace their tubs, so you’ll find a clawfoot tub in an Art Deco bathroom. The tub gives a nostalgic feel to the overall design and works well with the eclectic properties of Art Deco.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Lately I've been noticing a beautiful and intriguing new trend for the bathroom: new bathrooms designed to look like old bathrooms. If you think there's nothing more beautiful than an Art Deco bathroom covered in Art Deco tile, or if you secretly love the all-pink 50s numbers that everyone else hates — well, this look's for you.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Art Deco. Do you find art, architecture and design from the Art Deco period a constant source of inspiration and beauty? Create the illusion that your bathroom is a portal to a glamorous past with the addition of elements that feature rich colours, bold geometric shapes and lavish ornamentation.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Viewed as elegant modernism, true Art Deco should be both functional and expressive. Opulence and extravagance were two things you could count on for this design style. Don’t be afraid to take your bathroom design to these heights. Whatever you do with your Art Deco bathroom, it should be a pure artistic expression that appeals to your senses.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Think symmetrical – Symmetry was a key component of Art Deco style, so opt for twin basins, identical mirrors – seek out geometric or stepped designs – and ‘skyscraper’-style vertical oblong wall sconces for either side. Read more about Art Deco style.
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Granley Deco pays homage to the Art Deco movement of late 1930s Britain. Its neat and beautifully proportioned angles are reflective of the much-loved Barber Institute of Fine Arts, a Grade II listed building in Birmingham, purpose-built for the study of art history.
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With its jazzy tile pattern, classic black and white color scheme, and streamlined, linear look, this bathroom projects the art deco sensibility in spades. The ziggurat pattern in the tiling evokes the image of a skyscraper; it’s a popular deco look.
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To help you create an art deco bathroom, the Granley Deco collection combines artistic impositions of the 1930s with bold, angular stying. This beautiful bathroom suite reflects period décor with distinctive charm that’s completely individual and unique.
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The Granley Deco Bathroom Basin is elegant, practical, and full of style. Browse our range of art deco bathroom basins to add a splash of elegance to your bathroom.
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Capped tiles and a strong monochrome colour scheme pay homage to period décor and complement Granley Deco’s angular lines. Create your art deco bathroom suite with geometric shapes and linear decoration, capturing the essence of the 1930s within your interior design. We’ve styled ours with twin Standard Basins, a Close Coupled WC with a Black WC Seat and statement wallpaper from Cole & Son.
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The shapes and structures often used with Art Deco were based on mathematical geometric patterns. Many were curved as well as angular and combined to give a dramatic design to the lines of light fixtures, furniture, lamps, and even jewelry.
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White walls are framed in white molding to create panels that are painted a mint green in the true art deco fashion. Nickel light fixtures, mirror, sink and tub fixtures create an authentic feel with a pedestal sink and clawfoot tub.
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Fixtures during the Art Deco movement changed just like other aspects of furniture and architecture changed. Sink and tub faucets, drawer pulls, door knobs, towel racks, soap dishes, and other bathroom fixtures were stylish, often finished in highly polished nickel.
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Do you not want refurbished lighting, but still like to the look and style? Then Euro Style Lighting might be what you’re looking for with a wide range of new Art Deco lighting. You can find bronze, chrome or nickel light fixtures at various prices, with many as low as $99.99.
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Decide on the color scheme you want, then begin shopping for each element such as paint colors, wall and floor tile and your bath fixtures. Once you select all of the design elements and fixtures that go into an Art Deco bathroom, take a step back to evaluate that the design reflects you and the things that you love. This is the true design function of this era. You’ll soon be enjoying your stylish new bathroom.
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Combine decorative details – Forget minimalism – old-school luxury is all about embellishment, design flourishes, elegance and glamour, and this light-filled bathroom has the lot. With a distinctly Art Deco feel, it ties together a number of decorative details, including a delicious Venetian mirror, a glittering globe light, diamond wallpaper and a circular velvet pouffe.
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In a Tenafly, New Jersey, bathroom, the Art Deco allure of mirror and marble gets a cool, sleek update. See how designer Nancy Epstein gave the space a Hollywood-inspired glamour that’s elegant, not glitzy. More view gallery

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