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Modern Chic with Ritzy Art Deco Vibe by Mr Shopper Studio

Updated: Nov 23


Pink cakes and karats for everyone’s delight! The sorbet of rose gold and nude pinks gives much of this dining area’s chic personality. Starting off with your velvety cushioned chairs – in pink, of course, and the leg seats in gold to provide that ritzy vibe.

White complements excellently with your nude hues, as seen in the modern white dining table. Standing among glitzy legs is its art-deco-inspired table legs also in brass finish.

Maximizing the bright but relaxed hues are the white window blinds in rows to allow full control of light and ventilation through the space. Open them all up, and you’ll get a full drench of daylighting.

Swirling high are the globe luminaires set in soft light to complement the pale colors and adding depth to your ceiling are wood textured flutings that draw your eyes upward to create visual continuity more interesting than a plain flat ceiling.

The tropical murals on the column are a fitting accent, in contrast to the rather pale accents. The bold botanical pattern serves as a gorgeous backdrop for artworks or, in this case, wall text in neon lights.

The interior boasts space and light and takes advantage of the breathtaking vistas, and the design opts for the floor-to-ceiling window and door slide panels.

In order to break the monotony of the colors, darker wood accents are used, such as the wood flutings flushed on the ceiling perimeter directing you to look upward.

While most interiors opt for textured surfaces, you can stay true to a rather more minimalist styling to a bare wall with classy molding. It’s creative and effective, plus you can always opt for a textured wall or install a large painting in the future without any major renovations.

Aside from the gorgeous vistas, you’ll love tinkering with this precious pocket garden on your off-days — a lovely outdoor-indoor perk for this city home.

The ceiling flutings make way through the living area defining the space and providing visual interest. For the hall configuration, the design opts for low-profiled furniture with sweep edges to offer continuity through the areas. While we see the lovely pale pinks in the dining area, the living room goes for more earthy tones with tans and beiges, as seen on the distressed area rug. The rustic hues incorporate white, beige, and hints of burgundy, a perfect floorscape that ties all the design elements together. Just beyond these warm colors is a peak through the kitchen space.