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Neutrals Are Serene
Beige, chocolate, blue, and red beauty these Manhattan rooms.
Serene Dining Room
In the dining region, the rich darker cotton velvet on the banquette is by Holly Hunt. On restored French fauteuils painted chocolate, a Bergamo stripe, Kandinsky, covers within back and situate, while the outside back wears the astonishment of Hinson's Aegean Texture in blue. Platform dining table by Barbara Barry for Henredon.
In the sanctum, the most astounding nonpartisan: the dark of the cloth backdrop. Striped velvet texture on the custom couch is from Manuel Canovas, with cushions shrouded in a coral print from Hinson. The Greek key– based end table is Garrow Kedigian's own particular design. The French seat, the customer's own, is upholstered in golden velvet from Holly Hunt. Trim paint on the dividers is Benjamin Moore's Putnam Ivory.
In a recently made anteroom, an antique Chinese holy place table and a pioneer metal mirror from Mondo Cane.
Serene Living Room
Emphasizing the tallness of the roof in this tranquil living room are a couple of curtained cupboards from Baker that flank a screen shrouded in David Sutherland backdrop. Before one of the match of couches (upholstered in Rogers and Goffigon texture), two red-enamel 3D square tables from John Boone include "zest," says Kedigian. Schumacher silk velvet covers a recently white-painted French bergère. Custom silk and fleece cover from Stark.
In the main bedroom, the tobacco-dark colored headboard in a Kravet windowpane plaid grapples a particularly long divider. The ethereal divider paint is a blend of Benjamin Moore's Snowfall White and Simply White. Biedermeier work area, Chinese boxes, and artificial bamboo seat are the customers' own.
Reflected in an extravagant mirror, the bed with its Schweitzer materials and John Robshaw duvet cover.
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