Back in the 1920s and 1930s the economy was flourishing and society starting taking interest in luxury products. This time period is commonly referred to as the Machine Age, thus factories had a rise in sophisticated machinery. The result = Art Deco.
Luxury embellishments made from steel, chrome and polished bronze were dramatic, elegant and even futuristic looking at times. The shiny, sleek look from these materials are what is most associated with Art Deco.
One of the most luxurious and glamor investments of the time was mirrored furniture, like this cabinet by MAITLAND-SMITH
For those that appreciate softer lines, this vanity by Italy designer Arte Bagno Veneta is a little bit of Hollywood and a whole lot of romantic luxury.
The Charlotte™ by Brizo infuses clean lines with classic elegance, deftly bridging the gap with instant sophistication.
Have some fun and add a futuristic touch with Toto's Aimes Widespread lavatory faucet.
For your reflection you may consider the conservative Tarleton or the fun arched Hovan, both by Uttermost. Whether you like polished or beveled edges, these mirrors have manificent character.