Designer Wesley Moon spent five years painting, recovering and tinkering with the vintage pieces in this Manhattan home.
Blue and white is a classic interiors match, working equally as well in a chic living room as it does on ceramics. Go beyond the willow pattern with this take, which mixes various shades of blue with clashing prints.
Mid-century modern style furniture is at odds with the period features and the whitewash backdrop of this living room, and yet the combination is perfect, resulting in a strong design-led scheme.
The dashing interior designer ditches English restraint in favor of super-luxe materials and flamboyant bespoke furnishings.
‘I planned this room around some old silk ikat I found in Istanbul,’ says designer Jane Churchill of the two-bedroomed terrace house in London to which she downsized. ‘I designed two chairs for it – without armrests but with curved backs for comfort, as there is no space for armchairs.’
The photograph above the sofa is from the Benrubi Gallery.
I spend a lot of time searching for inspiration to help me decorate my living room and I’m continually drawn to blue and grey. Maybe I need to shake things up? I mean I’ve also put up a blue bathroom. Should I incorporate more colour? Greens? Reds? What do you think? Which one is your favourite?