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that's definitely one way to manage a New York apartment! classy, i like it. big art works on those white walls that you don't want to have to paint and then paint back the next year. :)

Looking at this space, it took me a while to decide what it made me feel. Initially, I got the impression of a bunker, built for safety or escape. Looking longer, the word escape did seem to fit, but the meaning of the word changed for me from the negative connotation to the exact opposite. This space allows me to escape into a relaxed state of mind. It's simplicity is calming and serene, taking me once again back to where I started.

note: by Axel Vervoordt, naturally

Tiny, traditional and warm home. (I really like how such a small space still feels luxurious, quirky, and a bit shabby. I admire the spare modern look, but this is what I'd like my own tiny home to feel like. ~RB)

Tied Together Open floor plans present a decorating challenge: balancing the need to unite spaces while giving each zone a distinct vibe. Try tying spaces together with a soft accent color. Here, a soft blue from the living room's ottoman and throw pillows flows perfectly onto the stools lining the kitchen's breakfast bar.

Airy ceilings and cottage-white paint meet to create this sophisticated seaside living room:

I love the fresh happy feel of this room. I've had my eye on it for a long time. Love the striped chairs, the gallery wall, the round ottoman, the lights above the bookshelves (painted dark inside!). And, the rug is awesome too!

William B. Litchfield - Home Bunch - An Interior Design & Luxury Homes Blog

Mariette Himes Gomez interior design, New York

Casa Vogue Brazil's Anuario Decoradores 2013...Absolutely Stunning --- every aspect of this room

living room. sofas and chairs. iights lamps chandeliers. Cabinets and tables. carpets and fabrics. drapes and ceiling design. art and accessories. color decor modern interior design. wallpaper.