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Art Deco


First appearing in France after WWI, Art Deco was not just a style but a movement. Characterized by bold colors, luxurious materials, and geometry, this style influenced interiors, product design, art, fashion, jewelry, and more.

Professionally designed living room with an Art Deco decor style

Multi-Finish Collections

Entire wallplate families, offered in multiple finish options, that all perfectly complement the Art Deco decor style.

Single Finish Products

Design and finish combinations created specifically for the Art Deco decor style.

The Glass Tile collection of Amerelle decorative glass wallplates

Glass Tile - Clear/Mint

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Metro Line - Brushed Nickel

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Mies Screwless - Satin Nickel

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Mirror - Reflective

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Momfort - Aged Bronze

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Zen Screwless - Brushed Nickel

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Siena Screwless - Brushed Nickel

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