Here the black aluminium windows bring in that architectural feel and keep it strong, that combined with the velvet chairs, deep buttoned sofa soften it, they sing together beautifully, nothing here competes against each other, it feels so inviting and our eye just glides over everything.
The green/blue tones in the art and furnishings are strong and gentle at the same time, with the rest of the room looking calm and balanced, the deep buttoned sofa sitting opposite the chairs sits tonally on the carpet which intern sits on the dark stained wood floors adding drama and depth to the background.
There are neutral natural tones, it is a sophisticated space working with luxurious fabric, natural wood in the coffee table, metal sculpture, and nature too with the branches in the ceramic vase. So here we have lots of layering of textures, this intern makes it really interesting and balanced. Visually the size of the art combined with the colours make this the master piece in this space and the chairs link back to it complementing it beautifully, has such a strong elegant feel this space.
I would like to leave you with another secret, ‘a good designer knows when to stop’ and you can clearly see that in this room.