By Lesley Guinan. interior. Published at Friday, July 27th, 2018 - 13:51:15 PM.
without getting your hands dirty with paint. This chair is pictured in velvet grass. but it is also available in a multitude of other colors and fabrics.Dark and dramatic. the pink overhead lighting. the dark green couch and a designer table lamp enhance the powerful aesthetic of this living room. Of course. the two lion heads mounted on the wall don't hurt either.
In the Chicago home of furnishings mogul Holly Hunt. two Matisse pochoirs are displayed in the kitchen near a table by Christian Astuguevieille and chairs by Holly Hunt Studio. In the living room of Guido Palaus New York City home. a Danish-modern armchair and ottoman from Wyeth rest in front of the fireplace. which is surmounted by a Tommi Parzinger mirror.
New York. residence created by the architecture. interiors. and landscape firm Sawyer|Berson and furnished by LRS Designs.Next to the fireplace is a pair of 1950s Nino Zoncada armchairs from Van den Akker clad in a Pollack fabric. while Duane Modern club chairs upholstered in a Romo fabric face a custom-made cocktail table by Antony Todd Home.
In the 1940s and '50s. midcentury-modern design. with its clean lines. warm woods. and bold upholstery hues (often in woolly. menswear-inspired textures). changed the way homes looked. Suddenly. less was more. and decorating a home was about finding a design where form served function—a philosophy that continues to inspire designers to this day.