Set in New York at the height of the 1920s, “The Great Gatsby” embodies the height of sophisticated living. Combining economic prosperity with the popularity of Art Deco and the uproar against prohibition, the home became a center for exhibiting wealth and taste, as well as entertaining. As a member of the elite, Jay Gatsby hosts the most extravagant parties to display the finest in modern luxury.
Here’s how to get the look at home:
These bold and intricate table linens from Le Jacquard Francais showcase the rich color and lavish decoration characteristic of the Roaring ’20s.
Le Jacquard Francais Siena Table Linens: from $135
Combining geometric designs with exquisite bead work, Kim Seybert’s table runner livens a dining room with both its elegant color and silhouette.
Kim Seybert Marrakech Table Runner: $672
Inspired by the artisans of Venice, the stunning gold designs on this L’Objet Pour Fortuny dinnerware are as ornate as the textiles of designer Mariano Fortuny.
L’Objet Pour Fortuny Dinnerware: from $75
The vibrant Topaz hue and complex glass cut of Moser’s Cubism Double Old Fashioned Glasses bring the flair of Art Deco to any bar.
Moser Cubism Double Old Fashioned in Topaz: $275
Epitomizing luxury, Christofle’s water pitcher has an intricate pattern of inlaid gold that brings elegance and glamour to your table.
Christofle Marly Gold Water Pitcher: $2,150
In a glistening metallic pattern, Waylande Gregory’s mosaic bath accessories add sophistication and charm to your bathroom.
Waylande Gregory Mosaic Aqua Bath Accessories: from $100
With beautiful embroidered detail, Anali Needlework’s soft, luxurious Italian sateen bedding is the perfect indulgence in both comfort and style.
Anali Rossignol Embroidered Bedding: from $270
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