Art deco table

Art deco table

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Art deco furniture has been on the rise in recent years, even though its origins date back almost a century. The most popular are the art deco tables, but there are also other antique furnishings that are part of the current interior decor as sofas and libraries of the roaring twenties.

For decorating and decorating your living room, your offi...

Art deco furniture has been on the rise in recent years, even though its origins date back almost a century. The most popular are the art deco tables, but there are also other antique furnishings that are part of the current interior decor as sofas and libraries of the roaring twenties.

For decorating and decorating your living room, your office, your dining room or your kitchen, our online antique store offers a collection of reproductions of antique furniture such as a table 1920 , a coffee table 1930 or a chair 1940. Before ordering one of our art deco tables , first discover their main advantages.

5 good reasons to opt for an art deco table

The art deco tables in our collection come in several models to fit perfectly in any room of the house. But all have common assets.

A unique and authentic replica

One of the particularities of the furniture made during the years 1920 to 1940 is their authenticity. The master craftsmen of the time produced unique pieces with a timeless and unexpected design. Each piece bears the signature of its creator and is unlike any other. In order to perpetuate the notoriety of their works, current carpenters and cabinetmakers have decided to reproduce furniture from the roaring years in the mendres details. And contrary to what one might think, the replicas are much more stylish than the original ones like the case of our table 1920 or other piece of furniture of the other collections. Our art deco tables have been designed with great care to meet the needs of everyone, even the most demanding.

A clean and luxurious design

The style of Art Deco is inspired by the so-called cubist art movement. As with other furniture from the 1930s, the lines of art deco tables in our collection are devoid of ripples and curves. They are rather straight and symmetrical. The designs and patterns on some models are particularly geometric for a dazzling and chic visual effect. A 1920 table , for example, will be an excellent decorative piece of furniture to enhance your interior. In the living room or dining room, this model will beautify your home in any circumstance. For color, it is often dark, but some art deco tables are slightly light for a more discreet style, but always refined.

Noble and timeless materials

Furniture made in the 30s to 40s was known as high-class furniture. Their designers used noble materials such as rosewood, ebony and mahogany. Currently, model makers and antique reproducers workslow with the same wood species to create their works. In our collection of art deco tables , you will find different models made with veneers of elm or mahogany loupe. Their structure is made of solid wood of high quality to guarantee great durability over time. By choosing a rosewood table for example, you offer a luxury that does not refuse.

Practical and robust furniture

When luxury furniture like a 1920 table is offered, it must be made to be practical and resistant. Considered a banal piece of furniture, a rosewood table is invaluable for lovers of ancient works. In addition to its aesthetics and elegance, this piece in itself must be functional and the simplest to use possible. To meet your needs, we have selected products that are easy to install and maintain. Our art deco tables have been well thought out to offer you an optimal comfort of use. They are neither too high nor too low to quickly put your decorative accessories. The solid wood that makes up their structure is a safe bet that will guarantee you a longer use in time.

Various models for each room

The art deco tables are manufactured in the greatest care soto fit harmoniously in any room of the house. They symbolize luxury, refinement and versatility. In the kitchen or the dining room, this furniture makes it possible to enjoy a meal with family or friends in all serenity. For a smaller family, for example, our "Bird-S Eye Art Deco Table" will do the job. It can accommodate up to 6 people.

In the living room, the 1920 table is different from the "art deco Orleans coffee table" in our collection. It is an extra piece of furniture with a minimalist design with a round and flat tray designed to accommodate different decorative objects such as a vase of flowers, glasses for a small aperitif ... For the decoration of your office, we offer other more practical models with an original design such as the "art deco book table". At mid-height, this rectangular-shaped sideboard features drawers with chrome-plated metal cuffs for easy storage of your books, newspapers, and more.

Other low rosewood tables are also available at our online antique store. Some are rectangular elongated, others S-shaped to bring an original and vintage touch in your home. To complete your decoration, you can order other furniture of the same style as your art deco table as matching chairs from the 40s.

Art deco and its history

At the beginning of the twentiethcentury, a current of reaction against Art Nouveau appears in Europe, especially in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium or France. It was Art Deco. This trend, which still influences various contemporary areas such as fashion and interior design, is inspired by cubist art to create authentic and refined works of art.

In terms of furnishing, Art Deco imposes its own guidelines. In contrast to Art Nouveau furniture that emphasized undulating lines and curves, those of art deco prefer straight lines and geometric lines. A single watchword is in the spotlight: symmetry. All of these features are always present throughout our collection of antique furniture, whether they are art deco tables , sofas, dressers, etc.

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