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the Art Deco pe­riod is re­spon­si­ble for some of the most in­stantly recog­nis­able and en­dur­ing pat­terns ever pro­duced. think math­e­mat­i­cal geo­met­rics and New York/chrysler Build­ing el­e­gance to fish-scale, swirling and fan-shape mo­saics. It is also syn­ony­mous with glam­our, which is per­haps why Art Deco in­flu­ences grace many a smart pow­der room in ho­tels world­wide. ‘the curved geo­met­ric shapes, mono­chrome pal­ettes and lux­u­ri­ous fin­ishes of

Art Deco-style de­signs are ide­ally suited to con­tem­po­rary bath­rooms,’ says Laura james of Fired earth.

‘With their char­ac­ter­is­tic me­tal­lic ac­cents, they have a pared-back yet glam­orous feel and they won’t date, so they’re a fan­tas­tic in­vest­ment.’

Project de­tails Mar­bled gold de­tail­ing strikes the perfect high-luxe Deco tone. This is Fired Earth’s High So­ci­ety Glass in Gatsby, £1,473.35 per sq m. The Whitechapel coun­ter­top and basin, £800; and No­vak mir­ror with brass frame, £500, are also from Fired Earth.

Project de­tails Di­rec­tional zigzags lend a smartly tai­lored back­drop to beau­ti­ful brass hard­ware. Shown here are Aqua­linea Chevron Mo­saic tiles, £2,517 per sq m; RW At­las Metal Rec­tan­gu­lar wall mounted sta­tion­ary mir­rors, £2,267 each; RW At­las double arm sconces, £980 each; Henry three-hole deck mounted taps, £1,141 each; Henry Goose­neck wall mounted shower rose, £1,733; and Henry Hand­shower on bar, £1,631, all in un­lac­quered brass, Water­works.

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