Delve into the sophisticated interiors of the roaring 1920s…. read more
A true classic penned by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the hotly anticipated cinematic release of The Great Gatsby is (finally!) released the week. Directed by award winning Baz Luhrmann, with A-list stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan playing the leading loved-up couple Gatsby and Daisy, we cannot wait to see this fascinating story translate from page to big screen.
Set in the glamorous settings of the 1920’s, designer Catherine Martin worked around the clock to re-create the art deco inspired interiors, with dazzling and lavish settings that represented this sophisticated decade. Ornate crystal chandeliers, marquetry flooring and gold-filigree ceiling were used to decorate the vast ballroom, home to Gatsby’s legendary parties.
If you’re feeling inspired by the 20’s luxe glamour and your home can’t quite fit a grand staircase or cocktail bar, you can certainly add subtle hints of art deco glamour to your living space with a nod to the Great Gatsby style…
Add an injection of jazz-era glamour to your bedroom with the fabulous Arielle mirrored furniture range. The rich stained wood with subtle smoky mirrored effect plays true to Gatsby style.
Keeping it feminine and fresh, the light ivory shades work well against the dove-grey elegant wallpaper. Add mirrored accessories to reflect the light and create a bright setting.
Go larger than life grandeur with this mink chaise, straight out of the swinging 20’s boudoir – add instant glamour to your room.
Choose one statement piece as the focal point of the room, this rich golden Lila Floral Mirror is the definition of opulence.
Add a decadent touch to any room by investing in a vintage-inspired glass chandelier.
If you fancy adding a hint of Gatsby to your home space, stick to simple key pieces with dramatic flair. The following items add the 20’s glamour, without being overpowering but still in keeping with sleek, opulent art deco design…
Are you coming over all 20’s inspired like us? We cannot wait to see the film, we’ll certainly be noting more interior tips!