As seen on House Hunters Renovation, Meghan McElroy found her ideal home in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. During the renovation, Meghan completely redid the guest bathroom in this art deco style.
Made up of opulent design and decadent patterns and textures, this art deco bedroom, which features a luxurious fur throw and lovely grasscloth walls, is the perfect balance of modern style and old Hollywood glamor.
This Art Deco-inspired conservatory is designer Scott Thomas' interpretation of a man cave. He gave it a clean, masculine look by using books, brick and adding a little bit of shine. Special transition windows allow the space to go from morning to night without the use of curtains or shades.
A 17-foot mohair sofa anchors this elegant, Art Deco-inspired formal living room. The length of the sofa allows for two separate conversational areas facing it, each grouped around its own mirrored coffee table.
It's only fitting that a Hollywood home have a theater for screening films. Velvet curtains, ornate sconces and sixteen seats give the space a hint of glamour that feels true to the Art Deco time period.
Designer Scott Thomas sought to capture the glamour of old Hollywood and the Art Deco movement of the '30s in this master bathroom but with a more updated look. The homeowners also wanted a space to display their new Picasso paintings, which fit right in with the design style.
Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
To really catch the customer's eye, the owner's existing art piece was used as an inspiration for the color palette. Fun and vibrant wallpaper patterns are found throughout the store, and the shimmering gray wallpaper used behind the cashier area was actually used in the 60's.
The floor of this boutique is a herringbone pattern tile that looks like wood to brighten up the space and pairs well with the fuchsia chairs. The jewelry display unit has panels of antique glass and brass framed shelves to coordinate with the custom clothing rack design
It was important for this boutique to have an inviting and fun experience for shoppers, so a decorative settee was incorporated so guests could be comfortable while shopping. All the molding was added on to give a feminine and Parisian look in a subtle and simple way.