By Eulalie Antoinette. Interior. Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 08:28:51 AM.
This kind of overload in pattern and texture really only works because of the flat's limited color palette of dreamy blue-greens and layered neutrals. If you can imagine the same apartment, but with a varied color scheme in each room, it would be positively overwhelming.
selection of velvet was a great choice for this project. The combination of neutral hues adding a few yellow tones makes this living room a sophisticated and luxurious place to be. It can be easily noticed the delicate yet bold design of each furniture, resulting in an overall modern look.
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You can see that while all three rooms utilize hues from opposite ends of the color wheel, they do so in varying degrees. The Branca bedroom uses just touches of magenta to offset the dominant acid green, while Gambrel's version spreads yellow and mustard tones throughout the space. In Fairley's family room, the sky blue and coral are applied in nearly equal doses.
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