Transitional Interior

Our inspiration was “Nordic Holiday” and we wanted to bring the feel of the exterior courtyard into the room, creating harmony between the indoor and outdoor spaces.   

As the windows on one side of the room were the only source of light, we brought in wintry tones of nature – icy blues and greens – to brighten it up. 

The ceiling was upholstered with light blue worsted wool which worked well with the tufted sofas in wintry white linen. Brass accents such as the coffee table, accessories and lamps added warmth.  

The tufted bar in icy linen was paired with brass stools featuring seafoam green seats.


The window seat was a focal point, so we added a winter white cushion base and piled it with unique pillows in luscious velvet and silk evergreen tones.

The 1970s Murano glass chandelier is a knockout with white glass panels that resemble ice and falling snow.

Art was an important feature to complete the interior: to transform the classically masculine space into a more feminine environment, we added contemporary art by Willem de Kooning which was an ode to women and gave the room a lush, passionate feel.