Gorgeous Greens Upon Greens in Manhattan

Gorgeous Greens Upon Greens in Manhattan

summary Manhattan Living Room by Designer Jamie Drake

Jamie Drake consolidates numerous shades of green to make a palette of "cool, unapproachable beauty."

Manhattan Living Room by Designer Jamie Drake

Manhattan Living Room by Designer Jamie Drake

In designing this two-bedroom New York apartment in a mid 1950s building, Jamie Drake was propelled by what he calls the "cool, unapproachable magnificence" of Grace Kelly, who once lived in the building. Her Irish legacy is reflected in the green palette. Living room dividers are painted in Summer Lime and the trim in Mayonnaise, both by Benjamin Moore. The Chloe couch is from Drake's furniture accumulation for Lewis Mittman and its Babe's Tweed covering is from his texture gathering for Schumacher. Drake likewise designed the mixed drink table and pouf. George Smith shoe seats, Edelman interwoven cowhide mat, Hinson floor light.

Manhattan Guest Room by Designer Jamie Drake

Manhattan Guest Room by Designer Jamie Drake

In the visitor room, a shapely seat from Dennis Miller is combined with a vintage work area from Eric Appel.

Manhattan Dining Room by Designer Jamie Drake

Manhattan Dining Room by Designer Jamie Drake

Curtains in the dining region are in Drake's Jazzed for Schumacher, a cotton whose stripes substitute amongst matte and sateen, "giving a feeling of profundity and development," he says. " I had a ton of fun bringing my Blades texture from the couch cushions to the dining table. It gives cohesiveness." The sketch is by Irene Mamiye. "To a few, this piece may appear to conflict, however when workmanship gets excessively matchy-matchy with the stylistic theme, it loses its edge." Chairs from Artistic Frame have situates in Larsen patent cowhide.

Manhattan Bedroom by Designer Jamie Drake

Manhattan Guest Room by Designer Jamie Drake

In the visitor bedroom, Drake upholstered the Avery Boardman twin bed with two decided Bergamo prints: Hyde Park for the seat and Rosegarten for the pads. The toss cushions are in Schumacher's Zenyatta Mondatta. The Holly Hunt divider covering is in handwoven yarn-colored raffia however peruses from even a short separation as denim. The George Smith Norris Chair is in Palmarola by Pierre Frey, the walnut-and-metal end tables from Buck House.

Paint Color   Benjamin Moore Summer Lime

Manhattan Bedroom by Designer Jamie Drake

"In keeping with the Grace Kelly subject, I needed to make a sugary treat of a refined main bedroom," says Drake. He cherishes the handblocked appeal of the backdrop, which he authorized from New York's Alpha Workshops. The roof is painted Benjamin Moore's I Love You Pink; Drake's Raindrops texture by Schumacher is on the shams and the '60s Italian seat. The Louis XVI– style Helena Queen bed from Mecox Gardens is upholstered in Bryton Linen Herringbone, additionally by Schumacher.

Paint Color   I Love You Pink by Benjamin Moore

Paint Color - Benjamin Moore Summer Lime

The shading in the living room and dining room is Benjamin Moore Summer Lime 2026-60.

Pink Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Paint Color - I Love You Pink by Benjamin Moore

The shading on the bedroom roof is Benjamin Moore I Love You Pink 2077-70.

Brown Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Pink Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

A brilliant pink is one of the highlight colors.

Blue Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Brown Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Brown complement color.

Green Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Blue Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Bright blue complement color.

Green Accent Color in Manhattan Apartment

Vibrant green highlight color.

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