The interiors of art deco houses matched the exteriors, with clean lines and minimal decoration.
Walls and ceilings were typically lined with plasterboard or some other hard lining. Read more.
Art deco houses had timber casement windows, panelled timber doors, and built-in timber panelling and cupboards. Read more.
Internal wall linings are unlikely to have been altered except where walls have been removed. Ceilings may have been replaced as a result of damage caused by roof leaks.
Borer is unsightly and can sometimes affect a house’s structure. Read more.
Rot is common when moisture is present, and can cause significant structural damage. Read more.
Mould is common when moisture is present, and can be harmful to health. Read more.