This week on LXTV's Open House New York Kati walks you through our Chelsea interior design project. The home is filled with bold color and patterns with global influences. This was a white box begging for warmth. We created that with walnut wood in the kitchen, then added more with the colorful marble with its green, gold, brown specks. The walls? We left them completely absolutely white– a virgin canvas that gave us the chance to add more colors within the room. And then we looked up. And wondered what to do with the living room’s (very) large expanse of ceiling? The answer: a Venetian plaster ceiling, adding a subtle textural element in the room. The contrast of the raw and edgy with the refined and the beautiful—the kind of beauty that stops us flat in our tracks (and sometime takes our breath away, too) Here, we did that in the largest statement possible: the staircase through the penthouse. We took it from its stark, gloss white form and brought it back to its original, striking architectural feature of blackened steel– highlighting the rawness of the structure against the refined elements in this beautiful penthouse. It’s a home that reflects the open, adventurous spirit of the client. Here is the Open House New York feature.
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