That's the chandelier I found on 1st Dibs a year ago.
I love how you used MY Venini chandelier in Cameron's Manhattan apartment living room.
(seriously. this photo too?)
Did you see how I used it in a virtual design for a woman's office in September 2012?
I was inspired by a photo from The Sartorialist of street fashion in Paris.
So cool that we have similar taste!
Though maybe more cool for me, than the two of you...
My inspiration had multiple jewel tones which heightened the drama in a small room.
I too used citrine pillows, a clean lined white bench style table and stacks of books for interest. Our wall & ceiling color is also similar.
I used the emerald green you chose for your real kitchen cabinets....
.....as upholstery on the desk chair in my virtual office.
Gotta see that kitchen chandelier....
..... Kelly loves statement chandeliers (me too) ! Cameron's apartment is loaded with them. Buy the magazine for the example of how a special light source (chandelier, sconce, lamp,..) is a unique sculptural element, not just a bulb holder.
Kelly's crown molding topping these kitchen cabinets is very similar to the molding I designed for our family room bookcase.
|Crown trim molding added to an existing|
(formally 1980's golden oak) bookcase.
Design in my view, is very much like Wearstler & Diaz's design view.
View is one thing. Execution and a fabulous budget are two other, very important things.