This Chelsea Apartment has a particular vision about coffee and side tables, because the decor is very contemporary. This apartment has a very exclusive design and has a lot of luxury furniture.
To emphasize the sense of masculinity, the couple filled the aerie with large agrarian stone pieces from Asia-a big ironwood pedestal, granite troughs. In this image we can see one side table and one coffee table, both in wood.
Scale, also, is an apparent fixation for Mellone, who’s celebrated for the beautiful schematic illustrations that he draws for clients.
Too often, he laments, people will forget about the size of objects in relation to their space.
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The gray-flannel sofas that flank their tall but compact living room, for example, are actually quite modest in size, but they fit in perfectly.
One of the most remarkable ways I have achieved this is by showcasing items that reflect the pair’s respective histories.
A collection of old National Geographic magazines, which belonged to Mellone’s grandfather, line the living room, adding a chic saffron accent amid the primary tones of charcoal, navy, and flesh.
The bedspread in the master was enlarged using the same Florentine fabric, gift from the designer’s grandmother, that covered his boyhood bed.
The interior designer Viana, who was born in Portugal and brought his family’s silver, a pair of 17th-century candlesticks, some side tables, and those Biedermeier-style dining chairs to décor.
Source: Architectural Digest