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The jewel-like tones of pink and maroon team with the gleam of brass and the dramatic lines of interior architecture to transform an open-plan, minimalist space into a grand, glamorous residence.
Against light oak floors and fluted white lacquer panelling on the walls, plays on pink unfold throughout the three-bedroom penthouse apartment. Blush-painted ceilings create an intimate mood that continues with patterned wallpaper in the guest bedroom, and lacquered joinery and pink marble wallpaper in the dressing room. Pink Gucci Heron print wallpaper in the dining room offers a vivid display, while the hue is distilled in Calacatta Viola marble in the bathrooms, kitchen and fireplace. Maroon enriches the palette, appearing in lacquered joinery and fluting, and patterned wallpaper in the master bedroom and powder room.
To establish a sense of entry, Greg Natale introduced a hall of mirrored panels and arches, adding arches in varying widths throughout the apartment. These break up the space and create moments of drama, their plated brass lining echoing the brass accents elsewhere. Finishes, palette and details of line work together to imbue this apartment with a sumptuous, sultry grandeur.
See entire project in Greg’s new book; The Layered Interior Out now.