Among the main elements of the decoration of a room, the colors appear especially thanks to the power to establish, with mastery, the humor that the furniture and accessories transmit. The interior designer Fanny Abbes, American Studio The New Design Project, you know it and elected a color palette more than special when transforming a duplex in New York City neighborhood of Chelsea in a sophisticated and simple corner.
In the living room, the white walls and the floor Board race win the gentle energy of yellow, which appears on metallic and pastel neons nuances in few and good items: the square coffee table-sized by her Office – in some decorative accessories and details of geometric-inspired works of art. A modular sofa of straight lines and horizontal proportions ensures breadth when placed in the foot space double.
Beside the stone fireplace, a black belt creates a monochrome block full of drama that serves as backdrop for the TV, a shelf and a closet, all the same color on the same wall, a mirror vintage revive the charm of the time, while, in another, ethnic objects on a shelf display the mystery of ancient civilizations.
Upon arriving in the dining room, the solar shades give way to subtle variations between blue and green, who parade down the modernistarmchairs, upholstered chairs and by the wall-mounted screens that form a fun gradient. The Moroccan rug is responsible for bringing warmth, while the side table of petrified wood, custom pendant – inspired by the work of designer Lindsey Adelman – and chandeliers on the marble table and brush Walnut refinement.
The celestial nuances reach the pinnacle in the master suite. The color tinge the walls, curtains, bed linen, the books (and the quartz crystals that serve as support) and even the photo on the headboard. The bedside table and the chandelier bring the industrial accent to the scene. Finally, the surprise guest dormitory with a colorless supremacy: grayscale spread in the details, making room for a pair of side tables made of silver metal.