Young and talented designer Meg Sharpe loves most of his historic home remodeling projects in some of New York’s prime neighborhoods. Therefore, when she was offered to take up apartment in a 1920 house in Manhattan, formerly home to actor David Duchovny, she accepted the challenge with great enthusiasm. The new owners received housing in a rather extravagant form: a flashy color scheme of reds and burgundy shades, a complex maze of small rooms, an abundance of strange details. In this regard, the owners asked the designer to open the space as much as possible, fill it with light colors and restore the classic architectural details that were hidden under a thick layer of plaster. As a result, Meg not only brought back its former glory to the luxurious base, but also filled the house with playful and extraordinary pieces of furniture and decor. We look!
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