This year Hearst Design Group partnered with 48 Hour Film Project in an exciting competition where filmmakers shot their films in three incredibly chic rooms at 250 West Street designed by Matthew Patrick Smyth, David Rockwell, and Antony Todd.
The color on the walls is from the new collection of Benjamin Moore paints called "Notre Dame, CSP-570". It's calming, chic and sophisticated. The mirror is an antique from the 40's and the Sofa is covered in a Schumacher neutral ikat fabric. The pop of color comes from the simple red velvet pillows and gold piping. Guess who is adding gold piping to her throw pillows??
An antique French door as a backdrop with a vintage glass inset. Great find and the perfect fit!
An Aussie event designer who opened Antony Todd Inc in 1995.
His pared down but sophisticated style comes with an affinity to classical forms, either antique or modern.
Almost the same feel as Matthew's Living Room only a little more urban and young. The kitchen in this apartment was the star though. Would have loved to add some sheer fabric roman shades on those windows!
Loved the vintage glass tiles from Ann Sachs! The sexiest and most glamorous tile I've ever seen.
Ikat Dedar fabric on headboard. Tell me where else did you see this?
CLUE: The event was in 2011.
A powerhouse in the Industry of Architecture and Interior design, David built commercial projects such as Terminal 5, the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, W Hotels and many others.
This apartment was executed to have a bohemian and organic feel to it that not many architects of his caliber get to do very often.
Color of the wall: Benjamin Moore - Cool Breeze
Very textured fabrics. Egg Collective Side tables in Bronze and concrete.
A dark wool covering with stitching detail makes this room super cozy.
A Cork wall and a dreamy blue shade to go with it
This color is perfect for any room with lots of light!
Benjamin Moore - French Toile... though I would call it "Heavenly Blue"!
I can't say I agree with these two patterns together...