Art Deco Furniture

The Art Deco Era, from 1920 to 1939, is still the rage among modern consumers. Find manufacturers and suppliers of stylish furniture and accessories from our extensive list. Originals, restorations, and re-creations add flair and between-the-wars fashion to your home, all in a wide range of materials, colors, and craftsmanship.

30 Suppliers

Saranac Lake, NY
AdirondackCraft.com features over 250 products made by more than 55 artists from the Adirondack Region in Upstate New York. We offer finely-crafted authentic Adirondack rustic…
Offering a wide range of materials, including architectural salvage,and hotel, restaurant, and building supplies at two locations. Products: Art Deco Furniture, Victorian Furniture, Kitchen Cabinets,…
Jersey City, NJ
Collection of over 500 architectural pieces from a variety of styles, including Classical French, Victorian, Provencal, Gothic, Tudor, Art-Noveau and Art Deco.
Elkhart, IN
Amish made dining and kitchen furniture made in the heart of Amish Country in Elkhart, Indiana.
Memphis, TN
Fine varnished and painted furniture in classical 18th and 19th century styles.
Canonsburg, PA, company offers antique lighting, chandeliers, mantels, hardware, furniture, and stained glass -- especially from the Victorian, classical, and Art Deco periods.
Winnipeg, MB
Canadian manufacturer of handmade furniture for home and the garden. Offerings include a nice line of Cedar garden furniture, plus Oak furniture for the home.
Hardwood lamps. Wood-trimmed shades with a variety of inserts, including mica.
Gowanda, NY
Handcrafted custom wrought iron, stainless, copper and brass furniture by metal artist Chuck McIsaac. All pieces signed by the artist. Many styles.
Contemporary furniture based on Asian, American and European Arts & Crafts influences.
Hand painted floor cloths and area rugs on heavyweight canvas, custom painted to match customer's decor. Also available to custom hand paint accessories, fine art,…
Queenstown, MD
Imported European antiques from the 16th through 19th centuries. Stone mantels, garden ornaments and statuary, furniture and decorative arts.