In May, in New York City hosted the annual exhibition of art design. The five-storey building on the area of 900 square meters 22 leading interior designer presented fashion color trends and examples of decor from uveshenny paintings in the gallery, a spiral staircase to the four-poster beds and bathrooms, decorated in the style of pop art.
Dining by Mark D. Sikes
Team Mark D. Sikes provided a copy of the dining room Italian villa in the Upper East Side. Inspired by the Italian socialite Marella Agnelli, Sykes used the patterns on the walls, designed by architect and designer Renzo Mongiardino and rattan furniture to create a relaxed but elegant dining room decor. It is supplemented by pot plants, including garden roses, dahlias, ferns and geraniums. The combination of red and white flowers on the walls of a cell, bands and patterns prevail in the interior. A blue and white elements in the form of porcelain and glass are the “calling card” of the designer.
Terrace by Janice Parker Landscape Architects
Landscape designer Janice Parker introduced a terrace, tiled bluish with bulky sheds, hedges and terracotta vases from Seibert & Rice with ferns and moss-bearded Spanish that help to create a cozy corner. Modern chairs suspended from Studio Stirling – the perfect place to relax. In addition, installation accessories complemented beach purple, an abundance of greenery, including ornamental sweet potato shoots and dwarf date palm.
The roof terrace of Rottet Studio
When planning a rooftop terrace designer Lauren Rottet use anything like it was her. And she likes to spend time outdoors, watching the roofs of neighboring buildings in Manhattan and imagining what life story can be connected with them. On one wall is lined with mosaics adorn butterfly from Sicis. Terrace is decorated with potted plants, and left fragments of masonry organically look at the background of neighboring buildings district. In the interior there is a terrace and a glass console with ceramic coasters citrus green for a collection of statues and sculptures by James Anthony Bearden.
The guest bedroom on McMillen
The design of this bedroom, first of all, striking accent wall with wallpaper by Brazilian designer Suzanne Monacelli, which depicts banana leaves, immediately in the imagination seems to Rio de Janeiro and the jungle. At the center of the composition is a four-poster bed from the Interior Management. The decor is complemented by ceramic parts, a bronze bowl and statuettes, which are highlighted on the glass shelves. Rocking chair by Joaquim Tenreiro and elegant floor lamp by Marcia Grostein are objects and art and furniture. The flooring of the company Stark made of sisal and leather.
Living room of Branca
The main object of the decor of the room by Alessandra Branca is a gallery of prints by Braquenié. They fit perfectly into the decor, which is at the heart of the pink color. The walls of the small pink stripes contrast with Japanese black lacquered screen. A coating made of natural sisal with a zigzag pattern successfully completes all the elements.
Living room by Pavarini Design
The walls are painted in rich shades of aqua and with the effect of “chameleon”, is not only a kind of magic shroud itself the living room, but the bar area, and a bathroom. The design team from Pavarini Design, as an accent, choose blue that it absorbs, it reflects light. Facing the fireplace is made in mosaic technique, and metal grille introduced by John Lyle Design. The panels on the wall with metal parts draped shagreen leather with stamping. LED lighting art in the interior is controlled with the iPad.
The bar area is a bedside table coffee color, pattern, custom-made, reflected in the mirrored wall. In addition, there is a round in the decoration of the decorative mirror Oled-lit and vinyl stretch ceiling color of the night sky. The floor is covered with white tiles with a pattern that simulates the structure of shagreen. Fragment of a wall decorated with mirror and metal fragments, and marble floor repeats the overall design concept living room contrast and color.
Cabinet by Alan Tanksley
Cabinet can also serve as a bedroom. Designer Alan Tanksli found in the room a modern walnut furniture, and the walls are decorated with fabric Kravet to create comfort. The wall, which goes to the north, between the two windows is decorated with murals depicting the Manhattan side of the artist Matt Austin.
Kitchen by Christopher Peacock
Traditional kitchen furniture in dark colors from the collection of Christopher Peacock «Lambourne» debuted at the show. Designers to create this interior inspired favorite area in Belgium, Flanders, where he spent his summers as a child. The interior has also attracted the attention of kitchen equipment with satin brass finish and unusual top in the English elm from Grothouse Lumber.
Bathroom by Peter J. Sinnott IV
Designer Peter Sinnott wanted to turn the bathroom into a place for rest and relaxation. Marble tile floor with an unusual print in the form of hexagons elegantly combined with wall tiles from AKDO. Border wall of blue glass and painted to match the cupboards emphasize that it is a joint bathroom, owned and “she” and “him.” Neutral color decorative wallpaper on the walls combined with a protective screen window.
Cabinet by Thom Filicia
Filiz Tom wanted to create an interior that it can be described in a few words – a refined, elegant and functional. In this office blurs the line between business and pleasure, but the designer has done everything to help shape the youth lifestyle. He even added interior unusual sculpture by Robert Green from reek, “violent temper.”
Bedroom of David Phoenix
The basis of the design bedrooms author took textile wall in plaid and a four poster bed. The interiors have been added two antique side table and mirror, which reflects the facing built-in bookcases. Built by the Phoenix David and Clive Christian favorably emphasize the presence of the original fireplace.
Bedroom by Cathy Kincaid Interiors
The main element in the design of the bedroom is an Indian fabric Rumeli Penny Morrison, which is draped canopy over the bed and upholstered chairs. To create comfort and tranquility and more refined way of the designer also added to the decor art.