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Feb 26, 2020

Elegant Art Deco Design in Budapest

The French style of Art Deco is known for combining modern styled pieces with fine craftsmanship and rich materials, creating a representation of luxury, glamour and exuberance in furniture, jewelry, fashion and more. Today we’re taking a closer look at the elegance of this design style in Budapest.

To transport their clients into the golden age of Art Deco, the Budapest-based firm DD Interior Studio used PullCast hardware pieces supplied by Small Details to embellish this project and give it a timeless appeal, combining geometric shapes, mirrored surfaces and the contrast of black and gold to create different textures and shapes.

The Living Room

The living area was one of the focal points of the project and was designed in a neutral colour palette with black and golden accents, to create luxurious contrasts and to match the marble designs on the floor, which seamlessly combine all of these shades.

 

The door into the living room is gracefully adorned with PullCast’s Hendrix Door Pull, a mid-century inspired piece whose golden hue matches the ambience of the room perfectly, while LUXXU’s Empire wall lamps decorate the walls of the living room and the corridors of the home, adding to its extravagant and eye-catching design.

The Hallways

In the hallways, Hendrix Door Pull is matched with a white, almost transparent door, as opposed to the black shades of the one in the living room, showing how versatile this hardware piece can be. With the Art Deco style still very present, the colour palette becomes darker as more black and golden furniture is introduced to the design.

The Kitchen

The kitchen and dining area are decorated in a colder take on the home’s colour scheme, prioritizing white marble and black shades over the warmer hues, which are reserved for accent furniture.

For more about this project visit Pullcast.


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