A vast open-plan living-dining space that’s geared up for both relaxing and entertaining, the contemporary apartment’s floor-to-ceiling windows provide ever-changing views of New York’s iconic skyline. These are filtered through gauzy curtains and counterbalanced by a colour palette of soft, neutral shades and ever-so subtle patterns that provide respite for the mind.
This timeless scheme is gently invigorated with tactile textures that are introduced through cocooning and creatively upholstered seating – including the MILOS sofa, twin COMO armchairs and CRETE dining chairs – while a HERIOT and an INVERNESS rug invite you to take off your shoes and unwind from the day.
Supplementing these pieces are generous, fuss-free designs that incorporate lustrous or reflective materials (think brushed brass, smoky mirror, glossy lacquer) that draw the eye and catch the light: these include the AARHUS coffee table, BARI side table and expansive NAGANO dining table. Additionally, grounding elements of rich dark wood are used as punctuation points throughout.
International in outlook, this scheme is designed to work wherever you live in the world. Plus, homes without a spectacular view can still achieve a similar effect by creating a signature backdrop with art or wallpaper instead.