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Art deco may have began in the 1920s, but it’s still one of the most recognizable and popular styles today. What’s wonderful about art deco is that you can pair some of the same pieces from the same art deco period together without overdoing it or you can mix art deco pieces from different styles and still have a cohesive look. What I think they did in this cozy bedroom is blend different art deco pieces together with other styles flawlessly. First, the owner has chosen beautiful wood inlay night stand, to flake a more modern canopy bed. Wood inlay is very indicative of the art deco period. Across the room sits a mirror on your side table from Z Gallery, which is a style very distinctive of the art deco period. Here, they paired it with a mirror that has more rococo. Beyond furniture, some other ways to bring art deco into your decor, through the use of accessories like these vases from Home Goods, always a treasure trove, fabulous finds. Elements like these ripples and sweeping curves are very distinctive of the period and as well as texture. Texture is use throughout this room from this sheep skin rug to this rich faux fur Z Gallery throw. Another really special art deco element in this room and a real show stopper is this cut velvet rocking chair. Some details that stand out in safe art deco include the quilted detail on the chair back and seat as well as the arched chrome legs. This piece was actually purchased at a vintage consignment store, a great resource for affordable art deco pieces. Other art deco interior design ideas include using materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, locker and even skins like shark skin or zebra skin.

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HGTV Design Star Season 6 Finalist, 5-time Emmy award winning television personality and National Interior Design Expert Cathy Hobbs (ASID/LEED AP) is the founder of the interior design firm Cathy Hobbs Design Recipes based in New York City.  An ASID, NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer and LEED AP, Cathy’s firm specializes in full interior design services, sustainable design, new development construction and home staging/styling. With design studios in Brooklyn, New York and The Hudson Valley. Cathy Hobbs Design Recipes is currently working in the NYC Tri-State Area, including, Long Island and New Jersey, The Hudson Valley and The Berkshires.  Cathy is known for her clean, modern, timeless interiors that infuse pattern, color and texture as well as her “Hollywood Glamour” approach to design. From small studio apartments to gracious homes, Cathy’s approach is to blend her professional expertise flawlessly with a homeowner’s wish list and aesthetic to create an impeccable design.

Cathy has recently introduced two new interior design services: approachable, step by step interior design resource guides in the form of “recipes”, hundreds of  Design Recipes™ are available through Cathy’s site http://www.design-recipes.com.  Additionally, Cathy offers the affordable, consultation interior design service Design On Delivery™ (www.designondelivery.com), offering unparalleled design services to DIY design enthusiasts at a reasonable cost.  Cathy’s design philosophy is based on “approachable” design, working with various budgets in order to achieve the best design possible for her clients.  A regular contributor and expert for local and national media outlets, Cathy has been featured on programs like “The Nate Berkus Show”, “HGTV’s Top Ten”, “LXTV’s Open House”, “The PIX Morning News”, “Living Large” on WCBS-TV”, “Martha Stewart Living-Radio” and is currently a regular contributor to the prominent shelter sites Sheknows.com, Ehow, Shoptopia and Cotton Candy Magazine. To learn more about Cathy and her work, go to www.cathyhobbs.com.

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