Art Deco Bathrooms

Art Deco Bathrooms

lmm0369 added this to Guest bathroom4 hours agoBeautiful tile design in showerPoon Sit added this to Jib’s BookApril 18, 2017ลายกระเบื้องห้องน้ำSylviaPK added this to Wish ListApril 6, 2017Shower detail and lower floor detailCeleste Sims added this to Dream bathroomMarch 30, 2017the stepped design around the shower.newlywed1311 added this to 42 Chaffey Ave renovationsMarch 28, 2017Tiling creating the stepped Art Deco look.helese added this to bathroom ideasFebruary 27, 2017Art Deco tile. Would look so nice w/ framed basket weave floorLidia Bufalino added this to BathroomFebruary 18, 2017art deco bath room – black and whiteamisue added this to BathroomFebruary 9, 2017Master bath shower – tiling designStephanie Davis added this to Stephanie’s ideasFebruary 6, 2017Love the black borders and sleek, clean lookEmilie added this to ehafner85’s ideasJanuary 31, 2017not looking for classic art deco but some deco accents in a modern bath. like the accents in the shower/room tiles. probably not black?April Hancock added this to bathroomsJanuary 25, 2017love the showere tiles. very art decosstolberg19 added this to Art Deco MansionJanuary 11, 2017Ese diseño me gusta para duchaJosh Sallee added this to Basement – Bathroom(s)October 22, 2016Like the Art Deco/Vintage style for the entire basementClare Ferraro added this to bathroomAugust 30, 2016love the borders, decoration in shower. and floordbeshong added this to Living room wallAugust 28, 2016Love the tile work in the shower plus glass door and black tile flooringericamcgeorge added this to Eden HallAugust 22, 2016“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.”Cucina Cadosi/Cadosi Design added this to Excellent small housesAugust 18, 2016Love the shower tile pattern, black and white + interesting muted color on borderTamara Marie McLachlin added this to house reno finalAugust 8, 2016art deco shower for dylans bathroom
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Art Deco Bathrooms

Julia Pockett added this to Art Deco Elements Create a Contemporary FlapStepped designs were also very popular, particularly in furniture; they mimicked the architecture of skyscrapers. This modern bathroom uses art deco inspiration by way of high gloss, the skyscraper design and the use of black. Beautiful!Judy Polan added this to Splendor in the Bath: Art Deco Brings on the EleganceWith 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. It’s based on an ancient Mesopotamian design. (Egyptian motifs were popular during the King Tut craze of the 1920s.)
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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. 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

Judy Polan added this to Splendor in the Bath: Art Deco Brings on the EleganceWith 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. It’s based on an ancient Mesopotamian design. (Egyptian motifs were popular during the King Tut craze of the 1920s.)
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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

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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Art Deco Bathrooms

Julia Pockett added this to Art Deco Elements Create a Contemporary FlapStepped designs were also very popular, particularly in furniture; they mimicked the architecture of skyscrapers. This modern bathroom uses art deco inspiration by way of high gloss, the skyscraper design and the use of black. Beautiful!
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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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Powder Room Featuring a Black Tile Wall, Art Deco Mirror and White Bowl Sink This powder room’s got style! An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique and gorgeous for the space. A mirror with an art deco feel is the bathroom’s centerpiece. Farmhouse-style vanity fixtures provide ample light, and a vessel-style sink in a floating counter adds classy simplicity.
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Gray Tile Art Deco Bathroom Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
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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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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. It’s based on an ancient Mesopotamian design. (Egyptian motifs were popular during the King Tut craze of the 1920s.)
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ericamcgeorge added this to Eden HallAugust 22, 2016“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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“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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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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Ok, so I am cheating a little on this one, because this picture, from an ad for Robertson Art Tile, is from 1930. But it’s just so beautiful and Art Deco-y that I couldn’t help but include it. Note the floor mosaic of a tiny whale right next to the tub, which I suppose is too good to cover with a bathmat. From Antique Home Style, via their Flickr.
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Stepped designs were also very popular, particularly in furniture; they mimicked the architecture of skyscrapers. This modern bathroom uses art deco inspiration by way of high gloss, the skyscraper design and the use of black. Beautiful!
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This is a 1929 ad for a kind of tile called Vitrolite, which originally ran in American Home. I love the Art Deco feel of the tile, and the palm tree mural could not be more perfect. From Antique Home Style, via their Flickr.
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Elegant white vanities feature open, gold bases and gold faucets, bringing metallic charm to the master bathroom. Brass sconces surround the deep-set mirrors for a little Art Deco inspiration.
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This powder room’s got style! An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique and gorgeous for the space. A mirror with an art deco feel is the bathroom’s centerpiece. Farmhouse-style vanity fixtures provide ample light, and a vessel-style sink in a floating counter adds classy simplicity.
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Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.