10 Dazzling Deco-Inspired Homes

Art Deco style, with its emphasis on gilded details, geometric shapes and rich materials, is still favored by designers looking to infuse interiors an air of luxury and sophistication.

This Manhattan penthouse apartment by Juan Montoya features Art Deco bronze inlays above the windows, which offer striking views of the city. A pair of armchairs by Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann face the cocktail table, upon which there is a ballerina sculpture by Edgar Degas.

Photo by Scott Francis

Old Hollywood glamour was a fitting decorating style for Jeff Andrews when designing the entryway for the home of Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian/Jenner celebrity clan. An early 20th-century bent-glass-and-bronze chandelier from Architectural Antiques, LLC, hangs over a Rose Tarlow table. The bronze railing for the dramatic, curving staircase was designed by Andrews and fabricated by New Century Iron Artisans.

Photo by Grey Crawford

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A 1920 Art Deco-inspired Murano glass chandelier hangs in the sleek study of a home by Argent Design in London’s Regents Park, where the back-lit shelving is lined with hand-pleated silk. A swan photo by Tony McGee hangs above the mantle.

Photo by Argent Design

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A pair of Porta Romana mirrors hang above matching wenge-finish console tables in this living room by Taylor Howes. The space also features shagreen-finish wallpaper and armchairs by Fox Linton.

Photo by Tom Sullam

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In this 19th-century London home renovated by Douglas Mackie, a 1960s Japanese screen from Gregg Baker hangs on the wall, which is covered in silk wallpaper from Stereo. Custom chairs by Mackie upholstered in Holland & Sherry wool fabric surround the macassar ebony dining table.

Photo by Gary Hamill

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This eclectic dining room is by Jean-Louis Deniot, who also designed the brass-based table. The dining chairs are upholstered in Zinc’s textured Shimmerance Bamboo fabric.

Photo by Jon Coolidge

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David Collins Studio designed the penthouse suite of London’s Connaught Hotel, including the four-poster broderie anglais bed. The serene space features other furniture of his design, including the lavender goose-eye fabric and white lacquer breakfast chair and the “bamboo” stepped bronze and cream lacquer bedside table.

Photo by Damien Russell

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Kapito Muller incorporated variations of the same color to maximize the size of this diminutive office. The tailored space includes a leather-topped mahogany writing desk with a chair from Lee Calicchio, and an Aerin mirror and artwork from Gerald Bland on the walls.

Photo by Nick Johnson

Achille Salvagni’s “Clouds” mirror hangs above the undulating fireplace in this elegant living room designed by Salvagni. Framed 1930s prints depicting Napoleon’s Egyptian campaign hang over a pair of Salvagni’s Vittoria chairs, which are upholstered in Dedar Adamo & Eva velvet.

Photo by Paolo Petrignani

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In this living room by Drake / Anderson, a pair of Art Deco mahogany and brass armchairs sit beside a coffee table with a bronze base topped with a two-inch-thick piece of clear glass. The silk and wool custom tamarind sari rug is from Bennett Bean Studio.

Photo by William Waldron