Tasteful and elegant no matter your décor style, an art deco cabinet is the perfect addition for storage or display purposes. It doesn’t matter whether it’s tall, small, colorful or not – no matter what you choose, your cabinet will always look good. Whether you’re looking for an art deco-style cabinet for your corner or a place to store your china, we’ve curated a collection of art deco cabinets below that you’ll love.
Mirrored Art Deco Tall Cabinet
This beautiful cabinet has a weight capacity of 100lbs and five tempered glass shelves which exude glamorous 1920s appeal. Armed with tip-restraining hardware and measuring 78 inches high, it would be the perfect way to store or display any valuables.
Mirrored all the way around, this cabinet will flood your living space with warmth and light when the sun is shining.
The ridge accenting around the side is an updated art deco style which would look stunning in a contemporary space.
Colorful Art Deco Storage Cabinet
If you’re a fan of a pop of color, this cabinet is for you. Constructed from manufactured wood and with three interior shelves for easy organization, it would be a great choice for an entryway or a living room.
You can choose from white or oak accenting depending on your preference.
We think it would look amazing paired in a room with neutral colors such as beige or off-white walls so it can stand out to the fullest extent.
Sleek Art Deco Cabinet
East Urban Home
Choose from a beige or brown exterior in this updated art deco cabinet, which features crisp mid-century modern styling. Finished with a walnut veneer for a glossy sheen, it has one shelf inside and measures 38 inches tall.
We think this cabinet would look gorgeous in a contemporary hallway, but you could additionally use it as a dining room bar cabinet, an office storage spot, or a place to put away any media consoles in your living room.
Wood Art Deco Small Cabinet
Available in seven color choices, including antique black, teal, or combinations of white and gray, this cabinet has iconic lattice detailing reminiscent of art deco furniture from the past. Made of glass and elegant acacia wood, it measures 38 inches wide.
Inspired by Parisian antique markets, this cabinet will turn your home into a cozy countryside haven. It is also designed for small spaces, you won’t have to compromise on storage or style.
Hectogon Art Deco Curio Cabinet
Unusually shaped, this hectogon curio cabinet will make an impact no matter which room you place it in. Available with a black or white base, it has a weight capacity of 44lbs. Crafted from tasteful tempered glass, you can place your items on three shelves and access them with an easy magnetic door.
Geometric shaping is a key aspect of the art deco trend, and the hectogon shape of this cabinet is an easy way to achieve an effortless on-trend look.
Art Deco furniture brings alive the refreshing geometric shapes, bold curves and flashy outlines that were so embolden in the late 1920s. Particular pieces, such as art deco cabinets, can be found as vintage and hand-made or reproduced by machines. Originals almost always have to be refurbished and are very expensive. A reproduction enables you to have an attractive model of the era at a reasonable price.
Knowing the characteristics of a reproduced art deco cabinet can lead you to finding a great piece that can accent a modern or contemporary decor. While the style is meant to draw attention in a glamorous and futuristic way, any cabinet should be sturdy and well-made to perform its intended function.
Art deco cabinets are made from different types of material. The type of care depends on the construction and the finishes that have been applied.
A cabinet of art deco will immediately become the focal point of any area. Use in a foyer to heighten the appearance. Simple decorations, like a white vase or small sculpture, should be kept to a minimum so as not to distract attention from the artistic cabinet. Consider the existing furniture pieces of a room before purchasing an art deco cabinet. Metal and glass will complement modern furniture while wood featuring the same tone as your furnishings will work well in contemporary settings.
A plus in purchasing an art deco reproduction is the variety of shapes and sizes available. Vintage cabinets were built for extreme spaces and lots of storage. There were no walk-in closets in the 1920s and these cabinets provided space galore. Today, accent cabinets can be found at 31" tall and 28" wide. A nice cocktail cabinet replica may measure 35" tall and 45" wide while the original stands 86" tall and 126" wide. Always compare the dimensions of your space before deciding on an art deco cabinet for your home.
i rather like this new cabinet by dwell studio. wonder what it will cost?
Antique China cabinet with unique Art Deco glass panel doors, inner glass shelves, an artful composition of wooden inlays of various tones accentuating the edges, and a honey colored wooden veneers construction.
A unique way of improving your modern home with a splash of pure sophistication and timeless appearance. This gorgeous cabinet is made of solid wood in dark oak finish, with a circular shape and clear glass-paneled front doors.
Walnut art deco bookcasecurio cabinet
The beautiful design of this art deco bookcase makes the decor takes on an interesting character and class. Cute details and a walnut base enchant. The large cabinets perfectly store books and more, and the vintage styling is beautifully presented in the interior.
A luxury stylish standing storage cabinet. It has a rectilinear frame, and a recessed base. Its doors are covered with pearl-looking gypse with a textured surface and a geometric pattern. Thin door frames and circular handles are of patinated brass.
Beautiful combination of round shape and interesting details of the base of this art deco cabinet makes it a perfect furniture for a variety of interior design. Nice details and glass doors delight.
Original Art Deco cabinet for unique design's afficionados. Exquisite hammered texture applied to metal construction tops off the extraordinary form comprised of dwindling oval segments stacked one on another.
1930s art deco round china display cabinet not rocket
Round curio cabinet in the Art Deco style. Construction is made of wood and fitted with glass doors. It has 3 wide shelves for storing books or display decorations. Suitable for residential and commercial premises.
A flashy cabinet for modern homes, that emanates with pizzazz and pure aesthetics. Designed of espresso-finished wood, the cabinet offers a pair of mirrored doors with golden accents and pull-handles, and a spacious storage area concealed behind them.
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Commode by Paul Aribe - French c.1912
An elegant authentic display unit from 1930's. It features a round frame and a half-round full base of wood finished with veneers in warm browns. It has 2 lockable semi-circular glazed doors and 3 length-varied glass shelves.
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Art Deco Cabinet ~ France ~1930's
Silver Art Deco Cabinet at the FooMart
Incredible art deco style kitchen is an excellent way to have a truly original interior. Cabinets full of space allow you to store different small things and the whole finished in bright colors is very versatile and presents a light interior.
With this beautiful piece of vintage art you can easily make your bedroom to sparkle with functionality and lovely appearance. The jewelry chest of drawers comes with a flip-up mirrored top that reveals small comparments, and 5 half-moon drawers that open in quite a unique way.
This Victorian dental cabinet is an eye-catching product. It has got many drawers for jewelry and beautiful details. The warm shade of brown fits to the classic style and decor.
Art Deco was a popular international art and design movement from about 1910 into the 40s. We see it whole cross-section on the example of this unconventional wooden art-deco cabinet with shades of cherry red and beige, in French design.
A spectacular example of Warren McArthur's art deco case work continuing in the tradition of the great Connecticut cabinet makers dating back to the late 17th Century.