This nude inspired rosy wall color (Benjamin Moore – Honey Hut 2102-60) sets the stage for Henck Design’s classic modern living room design. The use of gold accents paired with touches of cool tones and fresh white upholstery revolutionizes the use of the color pink. Lush green plants, faux fur, and textural fabrics add a natural impression to the space creating harmony among finishes.
Large scale angular art paired with curved lines of both furniture and lighting adds contrast for this on-trend interior design that remains classic modern. The Chesterfield-style tufted sofa and classic chairs create a sophistication for this living room space that happily belongs in either city or sprawling suburbs.
Neutral upholstery paired with dusty blush tones is a major 2019 trend. I added brushed gold metallic finishes that offer a warm, structured look for the glamorous living space.
We all know there’s been a color craze for a more restrained, and unisex use of pink in the beauty, fashion, and interior design world the last few years. Selecting a harmonious mix of traditional with modern furnishings allows for this Miami-inspired look to remain conventional in style with a uniquely current color story.
Contrasting side tables reveal hard rectilinear edges, and geometric modern art provides a streamlined quality that counterbalances these curved elements.
This space is perfect for a young professional woman building her career who wants to come home to a glamorous space that feels comfortable and is perfect for entertaining friends in.
This living room is chic, demands a Chanel coffee table book, and faux fur. Need we say more?