Bright, airy, and feminine, this apartment designed by Lilly Bunn Interiors is perfection. I’m definitely guilty of repinning the above living room a few too many times–it’s beyond fabulous. The lush emerald sofa, brass coffee table and orangerie floral layered over a vintage beni is divine.
Lucite is always a chic option when space is limited. It also adds an element of modernity and, as here, coordinates effortlessly with the upholstered x-benches and texture rich beni ourain. Also loving the personal accents below, especially those leopard frames.
This powder room wallpaper, Tanzania by Thibaut, is one of my all time faves. I’ve been dying to use it somewhere, a bath just may be the perfect space.
Small details like this wallpapered ceiling make a major impact. That light fixture is pretty sweet as well (this etsy imposter is pretty comparable and only $95)
I’m obsessed with the Arteriors light fixture below, it’s sooo good! The Madeleine Weinrib upholstered chair injects a vivid pop of purple to the otherwise muted palette.
A green velvet upholstered headboard, Bungalow 5 nightstands and leopard accents keep things cozy and fresh.
GET THE LOOK:
1. Lucite Console // 2. Orangerie Rose Pillow // 3. Vintage Beni Ourain // 4. Jungle Spots Wallpaper // 5. Jacqui 3-Drawer Side Table // 6. Luce Ikat Fabric // 7. Arteriors Zanadoo Chandelier //8. Saarinen Table
Images via Domaine & Lilly Bunn Interiors
Jaw dropping gorgeousness! Recently featured in Domino (yes, the ever popular glossy is BACK!!), restauranteur Ali Cayne’s West Village abode is a restored vintage gem. Cayne, who has no background in design, seamlessly weaves elements of gold, brass, splashes of color and texture against a black & white motif that transcends effortlessly from room to room. Dhurrie and Moroccan rugs throughout juxtapose perfectly with the home’s vintage bones while also lending a relaxed, inviting feel.
Goes to show you can never go wrong with a simple black, white and gold palette, and of course, texture galore. Good bones certainly don’t hurt either–hello, herringbone floors!
Photography by Brittany Ambridge / Interior Design by Ali Cayne