Today we will get acquainted with the designer Curtis Popp, who agreed to re-arrange the interior of a small apartment in San Francisco to his friends. The working process took place in a pleasant atmosphere, as the master took care of the project and approached the matter professionally and competently. Let's see what he did.
Basic color shades: white, orange, gray and walnut.
Bright colors look very colorful. In addition, they help to dilute the cold uniformity. Original accessories and eclectic parts work perfectly together.
The room is splendidly grouped by a classic Eames chair with a Blu Dot sofa, with a console that belonged to Grandma and Grandpa Reynoso, and with rich mirrored panels that visually expand the space.
The accent was made not only on catchy splashes and amazing decor objects. To satisfy the tastes of residents and even guests, great attention is paid to small details - for example, an unusual stand for a floor lamp is perfectly matched.
Instead of dining room Popp made a dinette, which, if necessary, easily hides in the closet. This idea allowed to enjoy a view of the fabulous bay of San Francisco with a cup of hot tea in hand.
The TV was suspended above the console, next to interesting works of art. Thus, a small wall-gallery appeared. And the sculpture Dean DeCocker became a "small surprise" in the room.
A big surprise is the office area (formerly a pantry), painted from the inside in a bright orange color. Shelves above the table solve the problem with the storage of important things, and unparalleled pictures complement the design.
Abstract art, zebra motif and crocheted cushions are so different elements, harmoniously intertwined in this place. Thanks to this decision, the atmosphere in the room is quite warm and cohesive.
In an unremarkable bathroom, striped horses revived the situation. Now she was playful and cool at the same time.
In general, the space turned out to be joyful and happy, as the owners wanted.