Going Neutral: These Fine Walls in NYC&G Spread
NYC&G spread which features a TheseFineWalls print “for instant wall gratification”!
Neutral will always be classic. A natural backdrop not only creates an inviting backdrop, it also allows textures in the space to pop out and become the centre of attention. In modern interiors, the architecture and furniture are showcased more prominently when placed in a neutral setting. So while it may be easy to get tired of bright colors, the neutral palette is here to stay.
A recent issue of New York Cottage & Gardens featured a These Fine Walls print: “Twiggy” by Ulrich Knoblauch, a fashion photographer from South Africa. We love this striking, black and white portrait. The featured sculpted headpiece abstracts and gives a mystical quality to the piece.
“Twiggy” featured against neutral colors in this Hamptons bedroom.
When you have a calm, neutral theme, a bold element pops out beautifully – whether it be a graphic image or a bright furnishing element. We love neutral backdrops for the opportunities to layer personality!
Distinctly French minimalism in this corner of Joseph Dirand’s Paris apartment
This red sculpture by Keith Haring stands out against the subtle tones of Beth and Howard Stern’s living room.
Head over heels for this airy interior designed by Shelton, Mindel & Associates.