Published at Sunday, April 29th, 2018 - 08:46:44 AM. Interior. By Yannick Toinette.
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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.
The apartment's other spaces are equally self-referential. In the breakfast room, below left, lines of a sputnik-esque crystal light fixture are echoed by the table base, on the backdrop of hand-painted walls that recall quartz. A more subtle approach is taken with a tonal geometric pattern on the walls of the study, which in picks up on the brass desk's faceted form. Even the lines of the coffee table seem to run into the pattern of the carpeting.
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