There are many new things in life that point to a new era. Your first driving license, the first time you need a vehicle for the whole family. And the first time for a young real estate developer and serial investor. “He is financially capable of building your own art collection.
When you bought a spacious loft in the trendy district of the city, he turned to a trusted friend to lead this ‘first’ life. “We have developed together,” said your designer. “We started young when he worked with him on one of his first developments, which was also one of my first projects.”. Compared to today, he can afford more investment pieces, and there was great interest in collecting with this design. He adds: “Original art and vintage furniture that I would keep in the future was the core of our design.”
Decorate A Rented Appartement
“Everything stayed in his previous home,” explains he, allowing a clear departure to the traditional terraced house he abandoned. “He is a bit of an adapted person, but this condominium is much more urban than it used to be”. He says about the old paint and bodywork factory that was adapted for the construction of industrial buildings. ” The historical element attracted him, and after spending time in New York. He was attracted by the lofty aesthetics of the room.”
He was not disturbed in the bedroom when he’s designer asked her for black walls. “I said well, black and white is always good,” he explains. The French white oak floors (located all over the attic) helped to soften the room, but to create drama and contrast, He decided to clean white satin sheets of tributes goods and a small selection of landscape artist Megan located in Tennessee. Easy.
He says you, is young and can easily move between the rooms, “in no way is your house forever,” he says. Adding that it will be a part of her wallet someday. And even if it is the first time that his art is “very cautious and well-considered,” says he. It is not the first time that the bachelor’s in architecture makes more floors. “All the places where he lived are very special places. With great historical integrity and the design should not focus on a certain aesthetic, but on what dictates the existing architecture.” ‘