The Art Deco style, which emerged in the 1920s and was influential in Europe and America until the mid-1940s, is a style that spread throughout the world, especially between the First and Second World War. It was named in 1925 from the Exposition Internationale des Arts de France Modern Industries (International Exhibition of Decorative and Industrial Arts) in France. The Art Deco style bears traces from many art movements, especially Art Nouveau. This style is also inspired by the cultures of Ancient Egypt, Aztec and Mexico; architecture, interior design, furniture, fine arts, textiles and fashion.In this study, the subject of which was determined as Dec Reflections of Art Deco Style on Textile Designs, it was aimed to determine the characteristics of Art Deco textiles and to reveal their reflections on today's interior textile designs. The lack of design proposals for interior textiles in previous studies makes the issue important.Qualitative research method was used in the study. For the conceptual framework, literature was searched on the subject, and in the following process, the most commonly used motifs in the Art Deco art movement and the architectural structures located in Miami, USA were designed and seven upholstery fabric designs were made and these designs were also included in the study.
Keywords: Art Deco, Design, Textile