Art Deco Style

  • Streamline Moderne Style: The Mauretania

    The Mauretania building in Los Angeles is a classic example of the Streamline Moderne style that emerged during the '30s, which was influenced by principles of modern aerodynamics to reduce air…   See the Image

  • Bathroom Sink: The Mauretania

    Imagine what it would be like to shave at the same mirror and use the same sink that President John F. Kennedy used!   See the Image

  • Conservatory: Chicago Townhouse

    Get glam in this East Lincoln Park home filled with classic details and modern luxuries.   See the Gallery

  • Living Room Fireplace: Chicago Townhouse

    In the living room, the sleek metal fireplace surround shows the urban home's art deco architecture.   See the Image

  • Living Room: Chicago Townhouse

    Wood panels and crown molding frame the living room walls in this early 20th-century home.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Chicago Townhouse

    Published 03/18/13 in Houses
    Kitchen: Chicago Townhouse

    In the kitchen, polished materials such as copper and stainless steel hint at the home's art deco style.   See the Image

  • Family Room: Chicago Townhouse

    Two levels of windows allow sunlight to stream into the open living room.   See the Image

  • Family Room Above: Chicago Townhouse

    The home's second story offer's a bird's eye view of the open living area.   See the Image

  • Exterior: Chicago Townhouse

    Located on one of East Lincoln Park's most idyllic streets, the three-story circa 1924 home occupies two lots on its tree-lined street.   See the Image

  • Dining Room: Chicago Townhouse

    Geometric lines of the built-in shelving and light fixture point to the art deco influences in the dining room.   See the Image