By Eulalie Antoinette. Interior. Published at Sunday, February 18th, 2018 - 00:51:48 AM.
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A vibrant red was an easy choice with the painting, but can you imagine the room with something else in place of the green? There are warm yellows, bold blues and deep reddish-browns. The light, fresh, spring green chosen by the designer relates to subtle yellow-green tones in the painting, but gives the room a completely different feel. Less obvious usually equates to more interesting.
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 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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