What Defines Art Deco?
Art Deco is defined by rich colors, bold, geometry, and decadent detail work. – Architectural Design.
The idea is that art should be incorporated and act as decoration for around the house. The integration of art into the natural design and feel of the room employs the use of staging and theatrical display.
Instead of placing a couch in front of a T.V. because it’s practical, you might decide to space a few art pieces against each other to create a dramatic style that employs an emotion in the viewer.
While there are many pieces that you can use to convey and incorporate the art deco style, fiberglass planters are a great way to incorporate the art deco from the walls to the floors.
How do Fiberglass Planters Play into an Art Deco Style?
The Bridge – Fiberglass is best when it bridges to concepts together from the floor to the walls. Find shapes and designs that will complement the practical floor pieces with the extravagant wall pieces.
Tetratic Color Theory – Art Deco is about being bold and having rich colors. But when you want to attempt a tri or tetratic color theory, it’s good to use the fiberglass planters as solid colors to not overwhelm the guests.
The Contents – Additionally, the planters wouldn’t be effective if they didn’t contain plants. I recommend using Aloe Vera, or Palm Trees that will bring lush greens in that will also remain static and long to try and create that floor to a ceiling effect.
Jay Scotts employs the best practices in the world of fiberglass planters. If you are having problems determining what type of style you would like to use for your business, then you should consider giving us a call or e-mail, and we can help you find the style that is best for you!