The Best Art Deco Furniture To Add a Roaring ‘20s Flair To Your Home

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These Art Deco furniture pieces bring an added dimension to even the simplest room.

The 1920s and 1930s was a high-point in France’s style history, as the best artists in Paris moved into classic Art Deco style. From striking colors to boldly defined shapes, the Art Deco period molded furniture into a style the world hadn’t appreciated until the ‘20s. Nearly a century later, Art Deco furniture pieces are still thriving, whether your entire home has a ‘20s motif or you sporadically highlight Art Deco pieces among your otherwise minimalist decor. Either way, these Art Deco furniture staples are distinctive pieces you’ll be thrilled to bring home.


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Citrus Grass Green Sofa 

Kiln-dried dark wood meets luxuriously soft green velvet in this tastefully tufted sofa. It’ll catch your guests’ eyes, and the deep shade of green means you’ll need to choose a living room color scheme to complement it.

Shop: $999


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Starburst Coffee Table

West Elm’s “modern take on an iconic Art Deco design,” this coffee table radiates roaring ‘20s vibes. It’ll look perfect with some accent chairs and a couple of well-made cocktails sitting on it.

Shop: $399


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Oxford Black Six-drawer Tall Chest 

The gold trim really brings the Art Deco vibe to this regal chest of drawers. It’s a great accent piece if you’re trying to introduce a new feel into your bedroom, one fixture at a time.

Shop: $1,799


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Original French Art Deco Wrought Iron Hall Tree

Can you imagine this sitting in the foyer of your fifth-floor walk-up flat in the heart of Paris? Minimalist yet functional, this hall tree has intricate Art Deco detailing and was made in France in 1930.

Shop: $770.32


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Marcel Guillard Art Deco Dining Table and Chairs

Made in the 1930s by noted designer Marcel Guillard, the wood used in this table is “famous for its use on Rolls Royce and Mercedes automobile dashboards.” Made in France, this design isn’t something you’ll encounter in your neighbor’s dining room.

Shop: $3,995


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1930s Art Deco Green Leather Club Chair

This restored 1930s chair has beautiful leather pleats that let you know right away this armchair is something special. It was made in France, and the signs of wear only add to the vintage feel and increase its historic value.

Shop: $1,895


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Audrey Fabric Chair

These fabric dining table chairs have “a little Art Deco and a little Hollywood glam,” and that is a combination that makes a statement—in the best way. You can opt for leather or velvet upholstery with your chrome, matte black, or brass base.

Shop: $350


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Art Deco Armchair

Made in France in the 1930s, this armchair could happily be the standalone Art Deco piece in a mid-century modern world. It’s elegant and the white leather-dark wood combination gives it an upscale edge.

Shop: $4,850


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1940s Art Deco Wood Buffet

This vintage buffet table from the ‘40s has been meticulously restored leaving the wood practically unblemished. The one-of-a-kind Art Deco piece could be the right place to display your vintage record player.

Shop: $1,095


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Gwen King Metal and Upholstered Bed

This bed frame has Art Deco style with mod elements. The gray fabric on gold brass feels just as Art Deco as the curves on the bed frame.

Shop: $1,899


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Beryl Wall Mirror

A statement mirror can take your bedroom from drab and gray to light and airy overnight. And the gold, geometric framing is an obvious nod to Art Deco, which will give your boudoir a retro twist.

Shop: $299


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Twist Modern Gray Art Deco Coffee Table

The gold detailing on this coffee table is what sets it apart and makes it a truly worthwhile investment. It would be well-complemented by a pair of caramel-colored leather accent chairs.

Shop: $899.25


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1930s French Curved Crescent Sofa

From the blue velvet to the carved wooden legs, this is the sofa you thought only existed on Art Deco Pinterest pages. Not only is the delicate velvet the coziest fabric, but it’ll also make a statement against the suede and leather pieces you might already have in your den.

Shop: $3,000


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Oxford Black Wood Media Console

The geometric shapes paired with the gold-lacquered steel frame makes this classic Art Deco. It’s an entertainment unit that also brings an artistic flair to the living room.

Shop: $3,097