CELEBRITY HOMES: Today, The Most Expensive Homes‘ editors will share with you some excerpts from yet another amazing article produced by one of our most important sources of inspiration — Architectural Digest. are gonna to share you By using bold colors and textures to lend warmth and intimacy to a home in the West Village, famous celebrity interior designer Jeremiah Brent has turned a Manhattan apartment from a basic to a jaw-dropping décor style.
The host of OWN’s Home Made Simple, Jeremiah Brent will star in TLC’s Married to Design, along with his husband — and also a famous interior designer — Nate Berkus. Although the regular television appearances and sporadic magazine feature on his beloved family, the renowned interior designer makes a point ratifying that he is a designer before everything else.
Obviously, Brent has put his own personal design beliefs to use in the overhaul of a spare 2,500-square-foot New York apartment. According to the decorator, the first great mission was creating a space that felt unique to the clients while maximizing the space to accommodate their lifestyle.
To do that, Brent has incorporated paneling along the ceiling, which imparts subtle texture and a soothing sense of warmth in a dining nook off the kitchen, a space that’s versatile enough to serve as dinner-party site and reading perch.
The top interior designer also built bookcases along one wall and a hallway that you can close off for privacy and installed glass-and-iron doors to create an inviting foyer, besides a room that Brent calls as “James Bond office”, functioning as a guest room which with the touch of a button go cloudy to establish privacy for visitors.
Another element that made the apartment’s transformation possible was Brent’s innovative use of saturated hues. In fact, Brent has continued the shade onto the drapery and the sofa’s upholstery to create a cohesive cocooning effect.
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Source: Architectural Digest