By Lesley Guinan. interior. Published at Wednesday, July 04th, 2018 - 05:04:52 AM.
all vintage pieces from Galerie Yves Gastou. as well as a 1920s French lacquer cocktail table. a Jean-Michel Frank-style sectional sofa by Jonas. and a circa-1950 Edward Wormley slipper chair from Duane Modern. The tabletop sculpture at far left is by Martin Megna.A Richard Pousette-Dart painting surveys the living room of a Bridgehampton.
Large windows that allow lots of natural light make sure that this room isn't overwhelmed by it's dark green hue. Try pairing rusty orange with a sage green to achieve a similar tribal vibe.Kelly green and wood accent pieces make this room feel fresh. yet rustic. Combining green pieces like the luxurious couch.
Not only are they stylish. but they help the space look wider. In this living room. the plants not only tie in the green accent chair. but they also soften the look of the concrete wall. Love houseplants. but not sure what you should get? Be sure to checkout the indoor house plant post we featured a while back where we discuss some beautiful. yet easy to maintain plants.
In architect Charles Zana's midcentury home just outside of Paris. a sterling silver Takashi Murakami sculpture stands between the two sections of the living room. and the stainless-steel chaise longue is by Christophe Pillet.A vintage dining table and chairs by Hans J. Wegner and a circa-1963 Arteluce pendant light furnish the dining room of a Bridgehampton.