Downtown Raleigh Condo

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What We Did: Furnishings, Paint, Lighting, Artwork, Wallpaper Details, Décor, Fireplace 

This condo’s beautiful views of Raleigh’s vibrant downtown called for a color palette of relaxed neutrals accented by a mix of modern metal finishes, with hints of blues, greens, reds, and more. Modern furnishings with a lounge-y vibe and accent pieces that bring the drama along with statement art fill out the picture with contemporary comfort. 

The Color Palettes

Entry: White, silver, cerulean blue, turquoise, hints of orange and carnelian red 

Living Room: Grays, creams, white, various metal finishes (burnished silver, gunmetal, antique nickel, polished aluminum, bronze), various blues (cerulean, midnight, pale turquoise), dark wood tones, and touches of green, berry, and heather 

Kitchen Island Seating & Lights: Ebony, gray, turquoise 

Dining Room: Creams, tans, grays, black, silver leaf, and touches of teal, green, and deep red 

Powder Room: Cream, tan, black, polished chrome, polished nickel, and touches of green, orange, and red 

This Project’s “Don’t Miss” Details

The foyer’s stunning oversized wood slice-shaped console table in silver from Phillips Collection 

The acrylic skyscraper art print from Art Addiction 

The obsidian-patterned wallpaper used behind the entry’s sconces and on the dining room’s ceiling 

The faux trim around the dining room ceiling painted by Michelle Byrd of Fabulous Finishes by Michelle 

The dining room’s artwork by artist Axel Smith, sourced through Robert Kent Galleries 

The mod zig zag fabric on the foyer’s accent chair 

The living room’s motorized reclining sofas and swivel chairs from American Leather 

The "Silver and Teal II" painting by Teng Fei, from John Richard hanging just off the foyer

The turquoise globe pendants over the island by Doug Frates Glass 

The living room’s oversized river stone-shaped coffee table in a polished aluminum finish 

The dining room’s colorful hand blown glass centerpiece fillers selected at Cedar Creek Gallery 

The cloud-like wallpaper in the powder room 

The living room’s cantilevered side table in a dark gray finish on maple wood 

The powder room’s preserved moss art from Living Aura Moss Art by Mona King 

12804 Rosalie Street

Raleigh NC 27614​

919.424.2115