A design overhaul was a must for our client who had just bought a cooperative overlooking Madison Park. The previous owner had a really gaudy color scheme with gold decorative walls, bright red lights, an all black bathroom and an electric blue kitchen.
Our client knew Decor Aid could create a nifty, stately home – something that would fit into the historic pre-war downtown building. We started to repaint the whole apartment. To reflect the existing artwork of our customers, we painted the walls in muted, neutral gray tones and muted pastel tones.
A muted gray for the living room with silk matt white accents replaced the golden walls. The wood in the bathroom has been painted white while a pale moss color has been used for the walls.
In order to direct the view to the fireplace in the living room, we knocked out the surrounding shelves. Semi-matt white wood and rejected marble create a convincing neutral scheme.
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