Interior Designer Chat will be discussing everything inspirational from the roaring 20′s – from Art Deco to Fashion & Decor of the time plus art, artists, architecture & furniture styles to celebrate the updated version of The Great Gatsby movie. A new decade of Art Deco and glam details finishes, and retro styling in interiors is trending now and just in time for Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of “The Great Gatsby” which opens May 10.
Gatsby’s bedroom decor is all up-to-the-minute ’20s glamour, with richly polished hardwoods, a harlequin-pattern wall covering of silk crisscrossed with ribbons of wood, and a gray and gold Art Deco–style rug designed by Catherine Martin.
The Great Gatsby was written in the early 1920s, so the design style of the time was Beaux Arts moving into Art Deco. This week Interior Designer Chat take a look at both styles of architecture and interior design. Join our Interior Designer Chat collaborative Pinterest Board and pin all things Art Deco and Gatsby Inspired.
The set design of the new Great Gatsby movie is inspired by the Art Deco period, yet reflecting on Daisy being “on trend” by embracing the latest style. The new release of The Great Gatsby set takes place in cottages and a Georgian architectural home, demonstrating tradition and “old money.”
Join #IntDesignerChat on Twitter, Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 6p ET, 5p CT, 3p P, 11p GMT and 8zm OZ Wednesday. Get ready to discuss all things Gatsby and Jazz Age! We’ll have the bar cart within reach.
Photo Credit: Architectural Digest