So you’ve decided on your theme for your wedding, opting for an elegant and opulent day inspired by the glamourous Art Deco period.
Now all you have to do is find a beautiful wedding venue that will set the scene perfectly. From Art Deco architecture to the décor and gardens, we have selected some of the country’s most stunning Art Deco wedding venues for your consideration. These are our favourites…
Dartmouth House, London
Dartmouth is an elegant period townhouse located in the heart of London’s fashionable Mayfair. An exceptional property with many Art Deco features, it is the perfect setting for a sophisticated and glamorous wedding celebration. From the imposing entrance, which boasts a wonderful wooden door framed by two pillars and a wrought-iron balcony above, to the sweeping marble staircase, dazzling crystal chandeliers and grand piano, Dartmouth House is an exquisite property that is reminiscent of a by-gone-era. The Churchill Room is perhaps the jewel in its crown; the original ballroom of the house it is a striking room with walnut panelling to the walls and a bold geometric pattern to the ceiling.
Morden Hall, London
A historical manor house, Morden Hall is a superb wedding venue. The building itself, with its white render, slate grey roof, sash windows and black glossy front door, is reflective of the Art Deco era. Internally the inspiring décor really sets the scene with the use of bold colours and rich fabrics, individual pieces of furniture and elegant lighting and soft furnishings. Situated in a National Trust Park, Modern Hall provides a parkland oasis with expansive grounds and tranquil private gardens. The courtyard is typically Regency London, combining statuesque potted trees, circular and geometric designed planting areas, stone walkways and wrought-iron pillars surrounding the space.
Brympton House, Somerset
Sophisticated, stylish and full of grandeur, Brympton House is a luxurious country residence. The property itself dates back to 1350 however it has been carefully restored to fuse period features with a modern style. The ballroom incorporates Art Deco touches, including 1920s cinema-style uplighter wall lights, chandeliers and a bespoke arts and craft inspired dresser filled with an array of vintage china. The décor of both the Saloon, with its white panelled walls and oversized open fireplace, and the Library Bar, with its mahogany panelled walls and vintage dressers, are delightfully Art Deco too.
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Angel House, Hove
Angel House is a spectacular Grade I Listed townhouse. Immediately on arrival, the Art Deco ambiance can be seen from the symmetry and sunburst architectural design of the exterior to the black and white mosaic tiles on the steps leading up to the high gloss black front door. Art Deco is evident throughout the interior of the majestic property, including 1920s artwork adorning the walls, chaise lounges on the landing and crystal chandeliers in every room. The grand staircase with wrought-iron bannister leads to a number of elegant and opulent reception rooms, each immaculately and offering stunning sea views.
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Gosfield Hall, Essex
With its location in the heart of rural Essex, Gosfield Hall is a wonderful wedding venue for those looking for a luxury property with outstanding grounds. While the property is full of prestige with ancient royal connections, the grounds are spectacular, immaculately designed and maintained. The curved manicured lawns and pathways, boxed hedging, bold plants and a circular pond with decadent water fountain work well together to create inspiring gardens at Gosfield Hall.
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