This was loacted in a hallway and had no real function. So I painted it black and used gold paint and I painted the words on the door! Now we have a wine area! It has a purpose, It no longer looks like it was just set in the hall.
The light colors may have made it seemd larger to some, but who cares, it was cold and uninviting! Here with the rich colors it feel welcoming! And not just a tiny kitchen that was only in the home for function, it now demands attention. / Kitchen
The walls of this Tudor Pre-war apartment were the perfect spot for the artwork commissioned by Greta. It wraps up the dining alcove making it at once cozy, inviting, and dramatic. / Abstract Art in Dining Alcove
The horizontal lines of the sofa are warmed by another piece of abstract art above it; plus, the striped area rug visible beneath the round bronze based coffee table. / Updated Pre-War Apartment Living Room