intended for a successful art-deco gaze, I consider it is vital to stress two factors: the geometry, and optimism. The two are similar: dreamy essentials soften hard lines and statistical anchoring geometry of romance.
What does this mean in real life? Geometric features are more "masculine" aspect of the Art Deco: architectural inspirations, pattern of strong, vivid, repetitive shapes and lines, mirrors, chrome and black finishes. In contract, the romantic elements of feminine details like bright colors, gold, bronze, brushed, curves, textures, beads and flowers.
For example, the following tables, a nice balance of male and female materials:
New York, apartment from DigestRed architecture, black lacquer bold patterns, and the golden light
Medium pieces may alternatively represent the style in many ways. You could inspiration from the New York skyline, with the Art Deco building (think Empire State, Chrysler, Rockefeller Center) and architectural elements in your room dotted with vases integrate different take size with soft floral arrangements. Maintaining a strong tendency by geometric tablecloths or runners, or combinations of contrasting colors are additional resources for the perfusion subtle Art Deco.
The following examples are the heart of quite modern, but I think they have a good balance between masculine and feminine, with an architectural interest. The architecture does not mean "big" small packages may actually have more texture effects. In addition, the replacement of white vases in the following examples with gold or brushed bronze could inspire a vintage feel, perhaps even more striking would be the brushed gold or bronze or black lacquer combined mirror (a staircase of Coco Chanel). Sexy. In addition, roses, calla lillies, hydrangeas and flowers are perfect, they are very sweet and romantic