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Art Deco

Kitchens & Bathrooms The pretty tile floor dates to the 1930 renovation; cabinets are likely original (1910). Nancy Conescu added the arched doors. Glossy green Marlite on the walls is ca. 1951.

Kitchen in Mint Condition

by Donna Pizzi
You’d hardly expect to find an Art Deco kitchen in a 1910 Craftsman—but this homeowner knew it had to be restored.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms The pastel pink sink and matching tile have been in this 1925 Seattle bungalow since the beginning; the aquatic mural is recent. The tank on a stand is an antique fish aquarium. Photo by Doug Keister.

Dazzling Tile for Art Deco Baths

by Patricia Poore
Colorful tiles (not to mention fixtures) enliven bathrooms of the Jazz age and today’s revival.
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Hardware by Style

by Mary Ellen Polson
Is hardware from a fine 1790 brick Federal appropriate in a farmhouse of the same era? What kind of entry set best suits an 1895 town house? And what about the explosion of new and revival styles during the bungalow era? The answers aren’t always obvious.
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Light Fixtures

Lighting Universe

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Thousands of interior and exterior decorative lighting fixtures in many styles, including Tiffany and Art Deco.
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Light Fixtures

H.A. Framburg & Company

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Decorative lighting since 1905. More than 400 styles, including Gothic and Art Deco.
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Iron & Steel

Southwest Forge

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Hand-forged door, cabinet, and bath hardware and accessories in styles from Spanish Colonial and Mission to Art Deco.
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