NEW YORK CITY PRE WAR APARTMENT
The living room is a tranquil palette of silvery blue-greys and creams with punches of green to anchor the room. The furnishings are an eclectic mix of mid century modern, 1970s European, Art Deco and contemporary.
A Paul McCobb sideboard sits at end of the living room, grounding the space. The bespoke soft roman silk shade in a watery palette of silvery grey and cream echoes the room's airy feel.
Reinhard Gorner's photograph of The New York Public Library's Rose Reading Room acts as a window into another world of architecture and tranquility.
The room is accessorized with sculptural pieces such as these candlesticks from Zimbabwe that echo the lines in the rug and the chevron patterned cushions.
This Art Deco chrome and glass table lamp ties the sculptural elements together.