Round corners, highlights of red in between, richly embellished hard lines, geometric shapes are but my favourite things of this 1925-1940’s Art Deco movement, also inspired by the Native American artwork. Repetitive decorative elements machined or hand made with artisan care, the interiors / exteriors were boldly ornamented with horizontal lines preferred and rounded corners. Taking these simple design elements into a modern interior, with invigorated colour, you can quickly take on a similar look to any space.
Why GREEN ? It’s the colour of power, strength and people are attracted to this colour, on others physically and energetically. It’s a colour of trust which brings calm in an interior setting. Taking into account ethereal and practical, you can combine a space that fully supports your workplace and its people or a home to come to that you can feel relaxed in after a lonnnnnng day, martini in hand. There are so many shades of green to choose from you really are spoilt for choice.
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