The modern Art Deco Bathroom is characterized by geometric patterns, symmetrical shapes, bold flooring and ornate tapware.
This style of bathroom will suit an older style home or apartment, with distinct heritage or federation features. It’s a popular design when trying to modernize an older home to its former glory to keep within a classic theme.
Art Deco got its name after becoming the most popular architectural style in the 1920s. Geometric shapes, symmetrical lines, stained-glass windows and grandeur accents in brass and gold are all key to the Art Deco design.
If you thought this design meant a bathroom like this, think again.
Bathrooms with an Art Deco design will include a few of the following distinguished features
- Black and white tiled floor
- Opulent Mirror
- Ornamental or distinct tapware
- Geometric shapes in flooring, wall coverings and light fittings
- Stain-glassed windows
- Clawfoot Bath
The most popular Art Deco bathroom styles will incorporate a black and white colour scheme.
The tapware can vary in finish depending on whether it’s drawn from a classic era or modernised with the use of matte black tapware.
Here are some Modern Art Deco Bathrooms to Inspire
Geometric black and white flooring with gold tapware gives a modern nod to Art Deco.
If geometric shapes are too bold for you, incorporate Art Deco accents with the mirror, vanity handles and sconces.
Stained glass windows can be a focal feature in an Art Deco bathroom.
The mirror with the black and white floor tiles certainly execute the Art Deco theme with a modern twist using subway tiles on the walls.
A symmetrical mirror with an intricate border using a rounded edge can soften the bold, sharp angles of geometric shapes.