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Playing It Up With Patterns

(BAD) Blog About Design: Playing It Up With Patterns

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Playing It Up With Patterns

This fearless 3,200 square-foot apartment is designed by Brazilian editor Fabrizio Rollo. Rollo was formerly the editor of Brazilian Vogue. Now Rollo serves as an editor to Brazil's edition of House Beautiful. (ABOVE) I love how Rollo took chances in this living space. The space has a very international flare. I am a huge fan of incorporating multiple time periods into one space. The rug designed by Rollo is one of my favorite items. (BELOW 1)  I love the screens against the window. Their patterns work beautifully with the sculptures on top of the case piece. (BELOW 2) I love the dark wall color. I love the large geometric painting that hangs in the hall. It could easily be used for a dress designed by Diane von Furstenberg. In addition, I love the blue urns on either side of the archway. (BELOW 3) This bedroom has a great Indian flare to it. Despite Rollo using many patterns in this space, each has its own voice. I would use any one of those throws on my living room sofa. (BELOW 4) I love how the color blue was used in this bedroom. The pillows and 1960s Italian light fixture are brilliant. I find the way the paintings are hung very impressive. The paintings serve as a pattern. (BELOW 5) Love the elegance of the master bathroom. It does not feel like a bathroom. Incorporating a lamp into a bathroom is a great way to take a way the bathroom feel. You can add as little or as much to your space as you want. Don't follow rules, just do.



At December 1, 2011 at 12:57 PM , Blogger just tututiny said...

Everything in the photo seems so cluttered, but in such a chic way. How do these interior designers do it =) I want those leopard pillows in the first photos! Thanks for sharing!


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