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In the Long Island living room of Bob Weinstein and Eric Hensley, solid whites and pale hues prevail, vintage Vladimir Kagan chairs upholstered in eye-catching Maharam fabric are the stars of the space.
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The media room of a New York country house becomes a kaleidoscope of shapes and hues, thanks to designer Muriel Brandolini’s choice of color-blocked pieces, from the laminated bookshelves by Lloyd Schwan from Property to the Pierre Charpin chaise longues. Even the accessories—Judy Ross pillows with bold circles, and cube side tables—continue the trend.
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It’s no secret that Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan are big fans of color and pattern, and in their Florida home, geometric patterns are everywhere. Bold shapes take center stage in Adler’s own Richard Nixon rug, the vintage wallpaper behind the sofa, and even the lines of the chairs and end tables.
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In Manhattan designer Deborah Buck’s Upper East Side apartment, a graphic Clarence House wallpaper gives the living room a cozy feel, while establishing a slightly retro vibe. It also creates a perfect showcase for a collection of opaline glass boxes and lamps by setting up a creamy color contrast, with additional help from the lampshades and upholstery.
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In the New York City kitchen of Eve Robinson and Joshua Wiener, Silverlining Interiors painted multicolor squares over a grid of white, giving the room a gallery-like feel. The grid patterns continue underfoot with simple tiles.
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