A cozy lounge in Palm Beach apartment with a vintage accent is completed wit cushions in Schumacher cotton. The stunning item rests atop a carpet with Stark leopard-print. You can automatically feel C.Z. Guest in Palm Beach. In this area, the walls are painted in Clearlake in Benjamin Moore overlaid with captivating a palm motif in white. Over the chaise, there are decorative ornaments with wooden frames. You can see a bunch of beautiful flowers and a candle. This corner and cozy spot are flanked by windows with elegant white curtains. Let’s look for a more inspiring idea in this Palm Beach apartment. In the girl’s bedroom, Eliza, the walls are painted in Salmon Peach in Benjamin Moore which looks contrast with the elegant curtains in green linen of Norbar Fabrics. The stripe pattern of a Dash & Albert rug animates the display of this girl’s bedroom.
Still, in the girl’s bedroom of this Palm Beach apartment, there are two stools in brown at the feet of the beds. Over the headboards of the twin bed frames, there is a huge apple that becomes a focal point in this girl’s room. The windows permit the natural daylight to illuminate this personal room. I don’t know where this stunning console is placed. This item holds a Ralph Lauren Home for a lighting fixture from Circa Lighting. On its top, there is a silver vase for a bunch of white flowers. You can also place your favorite books on the tabletop. All in all, everyone can feel masterpiece theater moment after the empty “White Cube” apartment gets a makeover.
The designer who is also the homeowner, Amanda Lindroth fools everyone’s eye by reviving furniture from the thrift-shop. She also makes blah rooms which are insta-dreamy. She turned this blank state into a stunning Palm Beach apartment of a trompe l’oeil fantasia. Then, she was thinking of Cecil Beaton watercolor of Mona and Harrison Williams for the living room which previously appeared in Vogue, in 1937. At that moment, Mona wore red trousers and sit on a yellow sofa in a stunning chinoiserie room. Lindroth works with a fantastically talented artist, Aldous Bertram. Then, she showed the Beaton image to him and let him go. To know where to begin with the Palm Beach apartment project, before he could begin to paint, Bertram needed to create classical proportions.
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