This 112-meter apartment in London set in a beautiful art déco building.

The apartment looks modern, but at the same time there are many art déco details, both architectural and decorative. Along with the features typical for the Art Deco era, you can see many items that are closer to the style of mid-century. But all these things are very well combined with each other and the interior does not look overloaded and far-fetched.

Recently I saw a house published in one well-known Russian interior magazine, where it was called art nouveau. Art nouveau, of course, is very different from art déco, despite its historic closeness. But I would really like to show this London loft to the owners of that moscovite house so that people begin to realize how to make complex interior style look organic, not fictitious or pretentious.

I would also like to advise all those who want to make an interior in an apartment in a certain historical style, to visit museums or mansions in style that you would recreate, or at least look at photos. There are a lot of museums in art déco style and art nouveau villas around the world. If you need advice, ask, I can give you some examples in the comments.

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Photography:
airspacelocations.co.uk