Color Class with Christina Juarez
This collision of pattern and color must be shared!
Design-world insider and PR maven Christina Juarez drenches her New York apartment in color and pattern.
Read the full article HERE.
The walls in the master bath are sheathed in a Cole & Son wallpaper, available through Lee Jofa. The stool is from Pier 1Imports, the white vase is from the End of History, and the photograph reflected in the mirror is by Dariusz Klimczak.
The vintage Milo Baughman sofa is in a Cowtan & Tout velvet and a pair of 1970s chairs are in a Larsen velvet. The cocktail table and floor lamp are by West Elm, the side tables are by Donghia, and the pillows and rug are by Madeline Weinrib. The portraits are by Kimberly Brooks.
The custom kitchen island has a Carrara marble top, the pendants and floor lamp are by Tom Dixon, and the barstools are by CB2; the bar cart is by Homenature, and the Sam Still artwork above it hangs on a wall covered in a Madeline Weinrib wallpaper; the antique birthing chair is from New Orleans.
The Saarinen dining table is from Design Within Reach, the vintage Anton Lorenz for Thonet chairs are covered in a Madeline Weinrib silk ikat, the linen curtains are Zak+Fox, and the pendant is Noguchi. On the table, the pitcher is from Anthropologie, the amethyst plates are by Moser, and the salt and pepper shakers are vintage.
In the home office, the walls and vintage sofa are covered in an Elizabeth Hamilton fabric from John Rosselli. The vintage chair and pillows are in a Madeline Weinrib ikat, the elephant stool is by Pier 1 Imports, the side table is by CB2, and the rug is by Serena & Lily. An Oberto Gili photograph, anchors artworks by Oscar de la Renta (top left) and Donald Robertson (top center).
This story was originally published in the October 2017 issue of ELLE DECOR. Photography by Eric Piasecki
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