By Eulalie Antoinette. Interior. Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 05:25:55 AM.
While we're using the term "modernist" loosely, the rooms in this collection definitely favor form and shape over pattern and surface decoration. The interior architecture of the living room below includes quite a bit of detail, but repetition of the rectangular shape throughout the space keeps it graphic and bold rather than classic and staid. Notice how the designer even carried the detail to the area rug and quadruple cocktail tables.
The combination of the colour palette gives the apartment and luxurious and balanced feel with the opposing warm neutral tones paired with metallic trims and tailored silhouettes. The large apartment boasts three bedroom suites.
Beginning with the black and white floor, you naturally work up from the emerald sofa to the medium-toned screen, the lighter yellow-green on the walls, and finally the white chandelier. There's a lot more happening in this space to make it work, but you can see that color plays a large part. A monochromatic palette actually allowed the designer to be bolder and more playful in other elements of the space, such as pattern and texture.
You’ve likely seen this trend popping up on your favorite designer’s Instagram feed or home design magazines. Dark accent walls couldn’t be more popular right now. Many homeowners are surprised to hear that colors, like charcoal black, are currently trending as accent walls in living rooms and bedrooms. It’s a way to make a dramatic and yet cozy statement in your home.
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