Art Deco Wallpaper

Art Deco wallpaper is a style of decorative wallpaper that emerged in the 1920s and 1930s, during the Art Deco movement. It is characterized by bold, geometric shapes and patterns, often using bright colors and metallic accents. Art Deco wallpaper designs often feature symmetrical patterns with sharp, angular lines, and can include elements such as sunbursts, chevrons, and zigzags.

Art Deco wallpaper designs often incorporate motifs from nature, such as stylized flowers or animal prints. Some designs also feature images of modern transportation, such as airplanes and cars, as well as other technological innovations of the era. The use of metallic materials, such as gold or silver leaf, adds a luxurious and glamorous feel to Art Deco wallpaper.

Art Deco wallpaper was often used in the interiors of public buildings, such as hotels and theaters, as well as in private homes. It was popular during the Jazz Age and the Roaring Twenties, and remains an iconic style of wallpaper today, prized for its bold and glamorous aesthetic.