This ideally situated Newbury Street apartment with good eateries right outside the building entrance, needed some touch up following water damage to the walls and ceiling. Since re-plastering was mandatory, we took the opportunity to add new ceiling lighting, in the main living area.
Formerly, all the lighting in the Living Room area was recessed. Since the logical place for table lamps had no access to outlets, we hung conical pendants on both sides of the sofa as a source of visually interesting task light. We refaced the fireplace façade with a simple leathered granite, removed the dark taupe wallpaper inside the open shelving of the surrounding built-ins, and added a ceiling fixture above the Dining table. The contrast that the black fireplace façade and hanging pendants bring to the white walled space and neutral furnishings, yields a bit of sophisticated flare.
We graced the bedroom with a couple of enveloping Ligne Roset chairs, a dreamy soft shag carpet, a tall, curvaceous lamp/table combo, and an oak vintage dresser and mirror. The deep diamond tufted bench in pale blue velvet is just the piece to ground the Kollabs art piece hung above.