Art Deco is one of my favorite time periods and when our clients loved it too, we were so excited! Their home definitely had some 80’s Art Deco vibes, but the interior needed a lot of help. We removed loads of saltillo tile, bulky columns and pony walls, and added an insane amount of detail (just as our carpenter!) to create a Modern Art Deco oasis. Wainscot paneling paired with Kravet wallpaper greets you as you enter the custom Art Deco doors. Acacia engineered hardwood flooring sets the warm tone around the house and plays nicely with the marble and blue tones in the kitchen.We used porcelain countertops in the kitchen and created a dramatic waterfall effect so the veining of the countertops runs all the way down. Since this family loves to cook, we did a 48” trough sink with two faucets! We also used a 48” wolf cooktop to make sure their cooking needs were taken care of.

The star of the show is really the backsplash. We used Artistic tile with a custom colorway and make that the real focal point. It’s such a beautiful glass mosaic! 

This home features our cabinetry lines. We used a custom cabinetry line, Nickels Cabinetry, for the island since this was a custom color. The craftsmanship is like a high end piece of furniture. The dovetail detail on the drawer boxes is one of my favorite parts.

We accented wallpaper throughout the space. The guest bath features a vinyl wallpaper so it is durable with moisture. The powder both features a metallic gold wallpaper that is the perfect bit of “glam” for a powder. 

The home office features built in cabinetry and plenty of storage. Working from home just got a lot prettier!

Overall, the theme of the home was Art Deco, but we didn’t go overboard by mixing it with clean modern lines and tones.