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Fairview Row New-Build

What We Did: Pre-Construction Lighting Plan and Floor Plan Edits; Construction Finishes, Fixtures, and Materials Selections; Furnishings, Paint / Wallpaper, Lighting, Artwork, Area Rugs, Décor

One of the biggest challenges when building a new home is selecting colors and finishes that
look cohesive throughout while still making each space look distinctive.  We solved that for our clients plus the challenge of making their new urban condo feel simultaneously contemporary
and inviting.  By mixing and matching high contrast neutrals in every room, then combining
sleek surfaces with elaborate statement lighting and artistic details, we created a
welcoming contemporary retreat for our clients and their guests.

The Color Palettes

  • Foyer: Pale grays, dark woods, touches of patinated silver

  • Dining Room: Pale grays, creams, dark woods

  • Kitchen: Bright white, steel gray, pops of red

  • Living Room: Soft gray, white, dark woods, touches of turquoise and gold

  • Primary Bedroom: Pale gray, warm gray, blush, pale blue

  • Primary Bath: Light and dark taupes, chrome, white

  • Laundry Room: Stainless steel, white, taupe

  • Powder Room: Warm gray, dark wood tones, touches of red, blue, and green

  • Home Office: Deep gray, dark woods, white, chocolate brown

This Project's "Don't Miss" Details

  • The European Contemporary vibe throughout the spaces

  • The deliberate placement of light and dark contrasts in each space

  • The fine art that makes neutral walls pop, including a commissioned piece by NatalieGeorge in the living room

  • The foyer’s subtly patterned wallpaper that adds interest without overshadowing the artwork featured in the space

  • The kitchen’s conversation piece: a glass barn door printed with a colorful urban graphic

  • The living room’s cozy white sofas flanking the ribbon fireplace

  • The primary bedroom’s metal and crystal “branch” chandelier

  • The primary bathroom’s floating vanity with double vessel sinks

  • The light-reflecting glass subway tile on the laundry room’s backsplash

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