This bright and open living space is punctuated by refined mid-century modern elements. Stylish yet comfortable furniture is arranged to create an open flow throughout the room. The lustrous, white leather sofa is a timeless design, first developed in 1954 by Florence Knoll to imitate modern architecture. The cut-pile rug adds texture to balance out the sleek furniture, while the rug’s abstract design mirrors the abstract art on the wall. Finally, the classic black and white palette of the room evokes a sense of sophisticated minimalism, while subtle pops of yellow and greenery add touches of warmth.
Interior designer: Amy Williams, Smart Furniture Studio
Furniture and décor: Smart Furniture Studio
Photography by Karen Culp Photography