The master bedroom’s ensuite bathroom channels Art Deco vibes with its mirrored surfaces and linear design. It’s also here that you catch a glimpse of the property’s Art Deco Crittall windows. The luxury home also comes with a floodlit tennis court, Olympic-style swimming pool, indoor golf simulation room and a spa.
Built in 1937 this Beverly Hills estate combines Hollywood glamour with European charm. A home with a history, the ten bedroom property was previously owned by the silver screen’s iconic talent agent Ed Limato and boasts a number of distinctly Hollywood features, including its very own 16-seat Art Deco screening room.
Emulating ancient Egyptian temple design, this Art Deco villa offers the most spectacular sea views from every single room. If the vistas aren’t enough to spark your interest, the five-bedroom property also boasts access to a nearby private beach, making this the perfect getaway location for those who enjoy a bit of sand, sea and surf.
The property’s gardens have been preserved in the most impeccable condition, with well-kept lawns in the front and back of the building. The property also features a heated pool, which is perfectly suited for relaxing and taking in panoramic views of the sea.
This stunning Art Deco house is currently on the market for $3.6 million (£2.7m).
The kitchen is a genuine Art Deco time capsule and truly reflects the interior design of the era with its pale pastel wallpaper and chequered floor tiles. The kitchen contains an original 1955 Maine cooker that still functions to this day, though its 1930s larder has been replaced with a modern fridge.
Designed to make the most of the sea view, most rooms in the property face the beach. Though the house contains a number of archetypal Art Deco design features, the main reception contains its highlight: an Art Deco curved window, which overlooks the garden and sea.
At the heart of the room you will find an additional treat, an original fireplace in the linear style.
Located on the top floor of an Art Deco building block, this one bedroom apartment is your opportunity to own a home in one of Victoria’s most iconic historic buildings.
Known locally as The Sandcastle, this sea-front Art Deco home was designed in the 1930s by renowned British architect C. Evelyn Simmons. Set over 6,000 square-feet of comfortable living space, the property contains five bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom, and three reception rooms.
The property is located near the Villa Borghese Park and Via Veneto in one of Rome’s most affluent neighbourhoods. An elegant staircase welcomes guests into the villa’s spacious interior. The details such as the mosaic floor and architrave highlight how Art Deco architecture has its origins in traditional Roman design.
Original Art Deco features, such as the property’s Crittall windows and furniture, have been combined with tasteful contemporary design and interior furnishing. Wall-to-wall windows boast panoramic views of the Rio skyline, which spans across the historical neighbourhoods of Gloria and Flamengo, as well as Tijuca National Park Guanabara Bay and Rio’s iconic Sugarloaf Mountain.
Each of the property’s light and airy bedrooms feature original parquet flooring, high ceilings and Juliet balconies for stunning views of the Beverly Hills landscape.
The property consists of a dining room, living area, kitchen and bathroom on the ground level, while three bedrooms and an additional bathroom are located on the second level. The dining room contains an original Art Deco fireplace, which has been fully restored in patterned brickwork and tile motifs.
Ideal for hosting guests, each of the bright and spacious suites contain their own private bathrooms. Further impressive features include a private solarium, sauna, gym, library and garden. Considering a move to somewhere sunny and warm? This tropical dream home is currently on the market for $2.
9 million (£2.2m).
The Sandcastle has a star in its turrets: a beautifully restored Art Deco kitchen with inbuilt storage units.
Here’s your chance to own a unique Art Deco property in the French region of Brittany. The exceptional estate’s one-of-a-kind columned entrance was constructed using locally sourced pink granite. Set over an acre of land, the historic home boasts beautifully landscaped gardens and has the added benefit of being within walking distance of the nearby beach.
Situated in New Jersey, this property boasts a number of original features that plant it firmly at the height of American Art Deco during the 1930s. From its sturdy wooden front door to its perfectly curved Crittall windows, 1069 Michigan Avenue is an exceptional example of a ‘California Ranch’ in the Art Deco style.
Each of the property’s five bedrooms have restored 1930s furnishings in polished wood, as well as Art Deco ceiling motifs and steel framed floor-to-ceiling windows. An additional space that is currently being used as a solarium has the potential to be transformed into a sixth bedroom or studio.
This bright and spacious garden room is a charming example of Art Deco decor in full swing. Leading out to the main garden, the room features a bar that is stylistically common of the era. Included in the $995,000 (£745k) asking price is an additional vaulted living room, thirty foot kitchen, four large bedrooms and a detached two car garage.
Further original design features include the property’s light fixtures, toilet, sinks and fireplaces, both of which are typical of the 1930s Art Deco style. Though the home was bought for $2,400 (£1.
8k) back in 1957, it is currently on the market for $735,000 (£550k).
Inside, the property boasts a number of Art Deco design features, including its entrance door, window frames and parquet floor. A light and spacious interior is created through the use of large archways that give way to the property’s various ground-floor rooms.
Dark oak paneling and floor-to-ceiling shelves give the property’s library an air of prestige, while a combination of furnishings and decor create a cosy space in which to read, write and retreat.
Step back in time with this one of a kind Art Deco home in West Yorkshire. This particular property is especially unique due to the linear column and circular canopy that rises above its entrance, reminding us of the great age of movie theatres gone by.
The property boasts a number of original architectural and stylistic features, including its parquet flooring and stucco ceiling decoration, which have been perfectly preserved to this day. Is your heart set on living in a historical property in Rome? The villa is currently on the market, though its price is given on request only.
Careful consideration has been given to maintain the property’s original decorative features, including embellishments such as tiles, mosaic work and stained glass. One of its highlight features is this linear style kitchen and breakfast room, which boasts highly stylised Art Deco woodwork and tile design.
Recently renovated with a modern aesthetic, the 2,690 square foot villa consists of five bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom and an open-plan living area/kitchen space. Though the property has been renovated, it retains its thick walls and plastering, both of which are typical of the Art Deco period.
This London semi-detached property recently made headlines for being one of the few remaining homes in the UK to retain its original 1930s features. The three-bedroom house on the popular Willow Estate in Enfield remained almost completely untouched for over 90 years and is described as ‘a window into the Art Deco world of interior design’.
Inside, the property is fashioned in an eclectic mix of decorative styles that makes this a truly exceptional Art Deco home. Antique marble floors are draped in vintage carpets, while wood furnishings create an English country home effect.
The Hoover Building in West London has intrigued architectural historians and building enthusiasts for decades. Designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners for the Hoover Company in 1933, the Grade II listed building is one of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in the country.
This exceptional three-bedroom property started out as a Victorian home and coach house, but was modernised with Art Deco features in 1927. The exterior is worked in patterned brickwork and patterned floor tiles that are typical of the era.
A linear pond to the right of the property features an abundance of exquisite fish, including a number of Koi carp.
Though the property is primarily laid with patterned concrete flooring, the living room and library boast well-maintained original parquet floors. The property’s highlight feature is its set of wraparound balconies that looks out onto the ocean and Sugarloaf Mountain.
If you’re curious enough to follow a small path to the back of the garden, you’ll encounter one of the property’s most charming features, a brick built “Moon Gate”. In this secluded corner of the garden you’ll also discover an orchard with a variety of fruit trees.
This Art Deco home is currently on the market for $600,000 (£450k).
An oak panelled interior and Crittall windows are stylistically in line with the Art Deco aesthetic. However, it’s the four-bedroom property’s original 1930s fireplace that really channels the movement with its wonderfully preserved geometric tile decorations, which are typical of the period.
This unique and iconic Art Deco home is located in one of Rio’s most affluent neighbourhoods, Santa Teresa. A seven-bedroom property with its own private pool, the 1930s villa is set back from main streets in a tranquil location and is perfect for those seeking luxury living in a discreet location.
Art Deco made its mark across Europe and America during the 1920s and 30s and is still loved and sought after today. Representing the spirit of the modern age, its architecture has remained strikingly current for over 90 years.
A number of Art Deco homes are still on the market today…
Today, the Art Deco building has experienced a complete revamp and has been split up into a series of apartments that are currently on the market for an asking price of $435,000 (£325k). Careful restoration work has been combined with innovative design in constructing a number of contemporary apartments that retain the building’s vintage aesthetic, including its iconic Crittall windows.
Though the property has been updated for modern living, it retains a number of Art Deco elements that are unique to this particular home. Most rooms, including its bedrooms, feature geometric parquet floor designs, as well as beautifully carved and decorated doors.
This perfect example of Art Deco architecture is on the market for $1.5 million (£1.1m).
The property’s bedroom boasts high ceilings, whitewashed walls and beautifully preserved wooden floors. Nestled into a corner is a large ensuite bathroom with a shower, bath and laundry facilities.
This majestic Art Deco mansion in the centre of Rome was designed by renowned Italian architect Carlo Pincherle. Colossal and grand, the eight-bedroom, ten-bathroom property is spread over four floors and 13,000 square feet worth of space.
Designed with an eclectic pallet of interior styles in mind, the property harmoniously fuses Art Deco linear and French Regency design features. The interior boasts a number of carefully selected furnishings, including antique wooden floors imported from France and tiles imported from Morocco.
A contemporary touch was recently given to the luxury home with the inclusion of a large wine room.
The 3,500 square-foot property contains a two-storey living room, kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a second floor family room. To top it off, a rooftop terrace offers exceptional views of the Chicago skyline.
An additional 750 square-foot studio, which can be purchased separately, creates enough space for a guest room or private office
Outside, the property features a rooftop terrace, which is accessed by a spiral staircase. If hosting is your thing, you’ll appreciate the spacious rooftop terrace, which is large enough to host parties from.
You can’t ignore the property’s luxury walk-in pool either and it generous surrounding decked terrace.
The apartment boasts a number of original 1930s features including polished Baltic wood floors, delicate ceiling plasterwork and an immaculate grand cast-iron fireplace. Through a corridor is the property’s spacious sky-lit kitchen, which boasts state-of-the-art appliances and vintage glass cabinetry.