This homeowner developed a liking towards items that represent an older era – how original they were, and how they are still relevant in present-day society.
The homeowner displays a mix of vintage and popular works by pioneers such as Charles and Ray Eames and Jean Prouvre, as well as a mix of many more bold bright design styles.
To set the tone for his four-room flat, the homeowner used a refreshing shade of teal (Deep Pool by Dulux), together with a moody grey. This was a vast change from his previous home, which was decked in white walls.
To even out the darker hues, and to let more natural light in, the kitchen’s entryway was enlarged, and the storeroom next to it was taken down. Besides that, the walls of one bedroom were also removed to allow for an open-space dining area that can sit eight.
The star of this home would have to be the accessories. The homeowner is a “maximalist” when it comes to home decor, so he added daring additions of vintage shelves, desks, statement designer lamps, classical and pop art canvasses all around his home.
Knowing many people in the design circle gave the homeowner an opening to many deals when it came to purchasing decor pieces, but besides that, he also frequents Fab.com, where he purchased affordable lighting and smaller bits and bobs.