There is nothing more fun that comparing a space before we touched it to after we completed a project. This apartment in NY was no exception!
The client loves blue, but didn’t want a soft blue. The room was to be “strong” and unique, but gorgeous, rich and interesting to study. The couple wanted as much seating for guests as possible in the small space.
We gave the apartment a great deal of space to sit, relax and laugh with guests. The daybed/sofa is a wonderful solution as it also can double as a bed for guests to spend the night. The ottoman can be used as a table, a place to rest your feet or to sit and enjoy the fire.
The rich contrast of the patterned rug gives the space much visual interest and is wonderful next to the mantle’s details.
Such a fantastic table below here…beautiful in the space. So many straight white lines in the rest of the room make it’s curves magnificent.
For morning coffee, or an elegant dinner for two, these mild quatrefoil chairs contrast beautifully against the velvet drapes with their high-sheen upholstery tacks.
Make it fab!
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Photos: Jill Tran Interior Design and Co.