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In his debut work, designer Irakli Zaria invested in the power of the mid-century modern design and its capability to change. Working with Japanese antiques, this incredible modern home design is filled with pops of turquoise to light up your day.
Starting with an outstanding living room that is covered in velvet, brass vintage tables and vintage bronze consoles that are a must have, colours fill the room with an energy like no other. Turquoise, an exceptional choice when it comes to colour completes the look of this living room layout.
Splashes of colour are seen throughout the whole room. Filling the modern home project with blue just gives a sense of relaxation, a time for a break. Looking exceptional, the blue tones are spread in rugs, paintings, and even walls.
Nestled in London, this home interior project is meant to chase away the grey skies of the capital of England. According to the designer – “The wife told me she needed a nice, relaxed place that did not feel too London-ish. I know what she means: In a place where there are such cloudy skies, it makes no sense to have a grey interior.” The client, with a keen sense of colour, wanted a refined yet modern home and that gave place to unique Italian pieces such as this Italian floor lamp.
Mid-century style present in light touches is a must. Giving place to a unique era of the design world, the client wanted pieces that brought a long history and style. In the sitting room, with a unique palette of colours sits custom-made pieces and vintage decor items.
In the bedroom department, you find soothing tones in the walls that will make you want to spend time in it. The Japanese antiques are sensed throughout the room and colour, patterns and style are never missed.
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