The hallmark of a classic is the ability to evolve. All the rage in the Roaring Twenties, Art Deco has traversed the cultural landscape, from chic to commonplace to camp. But now it comes full circle, in the multilayered opulence of maximalist interiors. Modern nods to Cubism and swirly vestiges of Art Nouveau mingle with new takes on ancient patterning, the luxe material mix evoking shagreen, marquetry and macassar. Woven velvets and embroideries add properly plush texture; leathers sport a glamorous sheen. Versatile enough to rub shoulders with kindred styles, or even spawn new hybrids, the idiom resonates with residential clients who covet approachable sophistication.