Zoe Saldana's glamorous Art Deco kitchen celebrates an iconic design style that is set to takeover design trends in 2024

Zoe Saldana channels a beautiful Art Deco look in her Beverly Hills kitchen; the actress shows us how to master this nostalgic and decadent style in a more modern, minimalist way

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We are currently seeing a big revival of Art Deco decor in 2024. A look synonymous with the glitz and glamor of the Roaring Twenties, it is a truly opulent and luxurious style. 

While this bold and rich style of decor may not be for everyone, this year's interior design trends are all about channeling an eclectic, transitional look that marries together a collection of different design influences, and there are many ways you can add an Art Deco feel to your home without going overboard, as seen in Zoe Saldana's beautiful Beverly Hills kitchen.

Her Art Deco kitchen showcases a sophisticated blend of the warm and the cool, the industrial and the decadent, and is a wonderful example of how to channel an Art Deco style in a more modern setting.

Modern kitchen with marble and kitchen island

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Designed by Italian-based kitchen brand, Officine Gullo, the kitchen is a wonderful celebration of Art Deco design, and highlights a truly luxurious blend of materials.

The design features an agate gray color scheme, beautiful burnished brass detailing, and stunning green forest marble for the kitchen countertop ideas and kitchen backsplash ideas.

The striking brass trim used across the kitchen cabinets and hardware works wonderfully to create that glamorous Art Deco feel, with the contrasting gray color scheme helping to offer a note of calming contrast; helping to make the overall kitchen ideas feel fresh and contemporary. 

modern kitchen with marble island and countertops

(Image credit: Officine Gullo)

Jennifer Ebert, Homes & Gardens' digital editor, discusses how Art Deco has returned for 2024. 'When many of us picture Art Deco spaces, we are drawn to big, bold maximalist designs that showcase sleek geometric patterns, tactile tassels and fringes, glass and velvet. However, for this year's interior design trends, we are seeing many designers incorporate elements of Art Deco in a more subtle and sophisticated way.'

She continues, 'As shown in Zoe Saldana's kitchen, the striking brass detailing helps to add that glamorous, Art Deco edge to the space, with the simple gray color palette and beautiful marble finish adding a more relaxing and minimalist note to the space. This modern kitchen exudes a sense of calm and tranquillity, yet still feels wonderfully warm, luxurious, and, of course, functional.'

Jennifer Ebert
Jennifer Ebert

Jen is the Editor (Digital) of Homes & Gardens. Before starting this position, she had completed various interior design courses at KLC Design School, as well as working across Ideal Home, LivingEtc, 25 Beautiful Homes and Country Homes & Interiors as an interiors writer.

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If you're looking to incorporate elements of an Art Deco style in your home but are unsure on where to start, we explore in our dedicated feature, 'Updated Deco' is the trending way to embrace an Art Deco aesthetic in 2024.

Zara Stacey
Managing Editor

Zara is the Managing Editor at Homes & Gardens. She joined the brand in February 2022 as an Interiors Content Editor, specializing in writing content on interior color trends, decorating ideas and design inspiration. After studying English Literature at University, she worked as an Ecommerce Website Editor, Content Writer and Buying Intern at multiple independent businesses within the luxury retail and lifestyle sectors. She enjoys nothing more than discovering new trends, brands and products, whether that be in fashion, interior design or lifestyle.