It’s examples such as this one, featured in September’s issue of Metropolitan Home, that remind you that it’s the details that matter. The design firm of White Webb has designed a space that gingerly and thoughtfully layers on the details in such a way that brings definition to the living spaces in this 600 square foot studio apartment.
These beautiful textures layer impeccably:
I love the overall color palette of the space, which is bright without being overwhelming. While the sofa fabric is not to my own personal taste, I love the wall panels and the Ghost side table. This is also a good example of how a little bit of dark goes a long way in a space like this – the darker furniture pieces appear prominently in this vignette. Perhaps partly due to the juxtaposition to the almost beachy feel of the sofa.
My favorite image and I think a very successful space – incorporating a range of tones and textures to enable a comfortable sleeping area to exist in a bright, studio dwelling.