Neutrals, but through a looking glass, slightly softened, warmer whites, softer, silkier blacks. Inspired by snakeskin, and fluid movement.
The sofa that started it all. A vintage DS 600 leather stunner by De Sede. Creamy leather, in all its superstar glory. All the other pieces are dark in tone to ensure this sofa stays the centre of the design.
A slinky sofa deserves a slinky rug, yes? The Monty Rug from W Studio fits the bill, a subtle snakeskin pattern in tonal greys..
A pair of ebony armchairs are light in footprint, but strong in presence with their modernist lines and exceptional construction.
An undulating leather top and midcentury vibe wood-frame link the inlaid natural oak floorboards to the furnishings.
That sofa requires a special coffee table, and this curvilinear rectangular form wrapped in black lizard leather by Karl Springer will do nicely.
A pair of Marcel Wanders floor lamps by Cappelini flank the sofa, increasing its visual weight and offering balance to all the dark tones in the space.
The Bezier oak console rests against the back wall, providing storage and display space behind the seating area. A rich black stain keeps it modern and cohesive with the rest of the space.
Spectacular photograph based art by Rita Bernstein is the crowning element of this room, haunting imagery created by her unique process of combining beeswax, oil paint and photography on paper.
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