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Home Trend: Bringing 1930s Style Home

While Scandinavian style made wood and pastel shades mainstays of interior design, the trend for materials like velvet, copper and brass heralds a new set of must-haves for the home, bringing a 1930s vibe to interiors and outdoor spaces.

Feb 27, 2018 | By LUXUO

FT33 Sun lounger

Designed by a French designer, who is also a painter, essayist and literary critic, the FT33 lounge chair is designed for outdoor use. The Versant Edition is a young design firm who is reissuing this chair, which sometimes still crops up in the galleries or auction houses. Guided by the principles: explore the relationships between objects, architecture and images, the bespoke furniture pieces are inspired by the mountain range and its summits in France. The FT33 features a steel frame and a 100% acrylic seat. (Price: €2,200)

Sommet Mirror

Another interesting design from the Versant Edition collection is the stylish Sommet Mirror by Daphne Desjeux and Dortothee Delave. Inspired by the Art Deco style, the mirrors are available in two sizes: 90 cm and 125 cm, framed in glossy, polished brass. Also, the two designers combined three shades of mirror (natural, gray and salmon) and complete with beech back. (Price: €1,750)


Introducing the Avalon lamp, the design features a spherical shade from Spanish design brand Houtique. Inspired by the seventies, the design collection seeks to turn spaces into a unique experience.

Bordeux Marble Base Eight Over Eight Lamp

By Louis Roe Copenhagen, the Bordeaux marble base lamp is completely handmade in Italy. The base of the lamp is carved from one solid piece of marble and the natural material makes each table lamp unique due to the veins and texture. Available in a variety of colours, you can personalise your own lamp by choosing the lamp base colour and shape.

Looking for Dorian

The name of this tabletop mirror by Maisondada is designed in mind to bring out the sophistication, eccentricity and the poetic style, similar to that of Oscar Wilde’s most famous character “The Picture of Dorian Gray”. Looking for Dorian features dainty lines, with simple colour combinations (of celadon, emerald green and gold). The table mirror features a central round mirror supported by a rectangular block of marble on one side and a round glossy metal ball on the other. (Price upon request)

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