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Louisiana culture and its lush landscape informed the interiors of this 4,500 square foot residence. Verdant greens speak to the vegitation while the the abundance of pattern and color speak to the open, jovial nature of its people. Dark hued walls add drama to intimate spaces. For example, the office study combined a rich aubergine natural wall covering with the client's collection of Native American art pieces for an unexpected backdrop.
This expansive Chelsea loft is open and modern while still warm. A range of blues from petrol to sky combine with blush pink and smoked sage accents while dark woods and greys ground the color scheme. Open seating areas are demarcated by rugs and large focal points. Artworks share an organic quality countering the sleekly, Italian & Danish furniture.
For this Grammery Studio we created a space reminiscent of a luxury hotel room. Light hues were used throughout the residence to keep the 450 square foot studio feeling open. By combing creams, beiges and silver hues we designed a space that felt luxurious and warm. The tactile quality in hand made tile, boucle fabric, textural rugs added to cozy feeling inside. To maximize the square footage, custom radiator cover provides storage while custom sliding panel doors obscure the bedroom area when needed.
Bold colors and patterns in social spaces give way to softer neutrals in quiet rooms in this New Orleans townhouse. The clients, a recently married couple, wanted to invest in long term free-standing furniture and avoid any built-ins for their current rental space. We prioritized spending for accent chairs, beds and feature elements that will work with any layout. For sofas, shelving and other pieces more likley to adjust given a different space plan, we embraced more budget conscience pieces.
GREENWICH VILLAGE MONOCHROME
This client embraced our suggestion for a dark, moody bedroom. Not only did this welcome atmospheric evenings, it heightened the bright, open feeling of the living room. A massive mirror in the dining room further insures the living space is open and bright. Cyan, tomato, and canary yellow liven up the monochamatic base.
LONDON AD MAN
With a penchant for mid-century modern furniture, a collection of modern art and a British and Columbian background, a diverse range of interest and influences is showcased in this advertising executive’s flat located in London's Hoxton neighborhood.
Geometric forms, modern folk art, and a mix of contemporary and vintage pieces create an eclectic and bold interior. Bright white, strong blues and mossy greens connect the rooms of this Manhattan apartment while black light fixtures, furniture and accents ground it.