We may have fawned over the extravagant homes of The Great Gatsby, but that doesn't mean we would be ready to adopt the full glitz and glam of art deco style in our own homes. The roaring '20s were a period of excess, something that's definitely reflected in the décor style—which incorporates metallic tones, geometric patterns, and reflective surfaces. While our modern aesthetic is more subdued, the architecture style popularized in the 1920s is rich with iconic pieces and materials that can actually blend quite well in our more modern homes. Translation: The art déco style always looks expensive.
If you're not prepared to go full Great Gatsby in your space, there is one item in particular that we're fond of for its versatility and more minimalistic appeal: the art deco mirror. Often characterized by beveled edges and geometric shapes, it reflects light more than a regular mirror and makes any space look like a million bucks. Ready to infuse a little Daisy Buchanan spirit into your space? Look no further than these unique art deco mirrors.
This oversize dome top mirror comes in a pair—because two is always better than one. The mirrors feature glassed arched crests with keystone cartouches and paneled borders.
This petite mirror with beveled edges is reminiscent of the geometric shapes popular in the art deco era. It's idea for small spaces.
Angled and geometric, this art deco–inspired mirror reflects tons of light thanks to its riveted and beveled frame. Use it in a room with tons of natural light for maximum impact.
This large, silvered, and beveled French art deco mirror is a true work of art. With details reminiscent of the Crysler Building in New York, this piece is as art deco as they come.
This modern round mirror uses a feature quite popular in the art deco period: burl wood—a rare material that has exquisite grain detailing. If you're more of a minimalist, it's the perfect piece for you.
This octogonal mirror in burl wood and brass is a modern rendition of an art deco–style mirror. Using materials and shapes popular in the 1920s, CB2 gives us a more minimal version of an art deco mirror.
Count on Ralph Lauren to re-create a mirror that would be right at home in the house of Daisy Buchanan or Jay Gatsby. The design was inspired by a 1940s Venetian art deco piece.
This three-piece beveled vanity mirror is the perfect choice to help you get ready for your next 1920s-inspired party. It has just the right amount of glam and glitz that art deco is known for.
This art deco–inspired mirror will bring geometric glamour to your space. Black speckles on the outer mirror frame add to its antiqued, vintage appeal.
We love the antiqued look of this statement mirror, which gives a nod to the art deco style with its unusual shape and vintage allure.
Sunburst is traditionally associated with the midcentury period, but this two-part mirror is definitely art deco in style. The frame is made of 22-karat gold and crystal baguettes.
Next up: These bathroom mirrors are the prettiest of them all.