Thursday, June 16, 2011

Penthouse REVAMP



Our interior design team focused on using design elements and furnishings that would give continuity to this contemporary condominium residence, which featured a curved hallway, and enormous floor to celling glass windows. We wanted a warm, comfortable, yet modern look so we incorporated an inviting color scheme, and used sheer drapery panels throughout the living space without blocking the breathtaking view of the city.

Powder Room
The natural organic atmosphere of the powder room is achieved with the custom cabinetry, a selection of quartz tile, glass tiles, and asymmetrical lighting.
Living room
A selection of light and dark teal fabrics and dark espresso finishes gives a sensuous conversation area that floats dramatically within the expanse of glass windows focusing on the spectacular breathtaking view of the City.
"Our goal was to utilize local manufacturers and vendors to reduce CO2 emissions. “While most of products specified were obtained from locally approved suppliers. Materials used--such as paints and adhesives--were low in VOC (volatile organic compounds).   We approach each project with a unique collaborative process. 

Resources:
Kravet: COM 27968-15
Kravet: COM 9793-1
Kravet: COM 26353-21
Karastan: Direct Floors
Glass Tiles: Direct Floors
Porcelain Tiles: Direct Floors
Window Treatment: Direct Floors
Paint: Sherwin Williams, SW 6372
Paint: Sherwin Williams, SW 6400
Paint: Sherwin Williams, SW 7000
http://mgracedesigns.com/

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