Art Deco style

The art-deco style has been consistently popular despite passing years. It is dominated by geometry, symmetry, harmony and order as well as the unusual beauty of warm wood furniture with distinctive, curved lines dating back to the 20-40s of the twentieth century. The windows were then decorated with simple curtains reaching to the floor, topped with painted or covered with fabric lambrequin with geometric decor in the middle. Common was the manufacture of characteristic lamps in the shape of marbled bowls made of the opaque glass and chrome shaped in shells, goblets and triangles. Crystal mirrors with the upper edge in the shape of an Aztec pyramid were also trendy. Slender vases owe their popularity to this age as well.

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