Bold, monochrome and angular Art Deco lighting’s distinctive geometric style looks great in a traditional or contemporary setting. Strong, clean lines offer a streamlined lighting style that is beautifully finished in chrome or steel.
Art Deco lighting encompasses lighting from the roaring twenties and thirties. The first mass produced light offered affordable lighting to many and was influenced by designers Williams Morris and Charles Rennie Mackintosh as a reaction to Art Nouveau. Art Deco lighting is often referred to as reproduction lighting and features unmistakable shiny metals, angular shapes and symmetrical patterns.