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1. Geometric forms. Art Deco loves shapes: polygons, rectangles, trapezoids, zigzags, chevrons… (that’s right: chevrons have been hot for a lot longer than a few years) and it’s usually all symmetrical. - See more at: http://blog.dotandbo.com/2014/11/art-deco-eye-candy-5-ways-to-spot-a-traditional-art-deco-building/#sthash.3ovs9rFz.dpuf

Marine Building, Vancouver, Canada by Great detail shot of the facade. From the photographer: This is an exterior shot of the Marine Building in Downtown Vancouver. Displaying the Art Deco Design.

Art Deco was a style that came out of Paris in the mid 1920's. It was an interpretation of the Neo Classical styles of the 19th century Regency and Empire

Deco Art - Art Deco was a style that can out of Paris in the mid It was an interpretation of the Neo Classical styles of the century Regency and Empire

I really should just make a "chair" board

I'd love this as a beautiful desk chair.A Hudson Valley Home with Eclectic Decor The interior design of stylist Peter Frank's house is a mad mix of antique and modern furniture. Check out the pictures of his quirky decorating style.