We came across this just renovated family home at Upper East of Manhattan on internet today when we were searching for our daily room inspiration. We love the light and crisp modernity of the home that also has a touch of warmth and sophistication.
The wood finishes and gold tones make the minimalism entrance inviting and warm. The large-scale geometric patterns on the wall murals create an expansive feel.
We love the floor layout of the living room–good for an intimate conversation. The take-away lesson here is that there is no need to fill out every corner of the space. All we need to do is to focus on the functionality of the room and design the space around it. The sculptural white curved sofa sets up the clean-lined tone in the living room where two brown lounge chairs balance it off with warmth. As we mentioned earlier this month that the color of brown is on-trend this year. Pairing brown with white produces a fresh yet grounded feeling.
The salmon-pink brown on the wall is chic and sophiticated. Pairing brown with green and navy blue brings in an extra layer of glam.
The all-white kitchen is neat and organized with a great work flow. The floating metal shelves open the space with unique personality thanks to the decor items on the shelves.
The white walls serve as a perfect backdrop for an array of sculptures on a long console and the texture and pattern on the area rug add interest and warmth.
An antique desk with a gold-gilded framed artwork hanging above it and an antique French chair create a charming old-wold vigenette with a sense of history. The mix of the new and old makes this all-white space very refreshing.
The master bath continues the minimalism vibe in the kitchen.
The all-white bedroom is soothing and calming. The greenery enlivens the room while the bronze on the mirror frame and pillow infuse a sense of warmth and comfy to the bedroom.
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