Ever since I saw Nicole Fuller
's Chelsea, NY apartment in the december issue of Living Etc.
- it has lingered in the back of my mind. Each room is quirky and exuberant, and full of visual excitement...
This bedroom may be initially what was so captivating, I love the Kelly Wearstler-esque wallpaper.
Fuller says that the color palette for her home was inspired by Christian Dior's couture collections. It seems that more than the color was inspired by the french. I love that stunning entryway table with the flowing lines. This hallways just seems so perfectly executed - its a space unto itself rather than simply a pass through.
The quirky elements in her home are never ending. This kitchen is small, but functional seeming. I love the way she has made the end of the counter top feel like a little butlers section.
Accessorizing a kitchen can be difficult. With all the small kitchen appliance, cookbooks, containers, etc- it can end up looking mishmashed and overwhelming. Fuller was able to make her kitchen look decorated without being taken over by kitchen paraphernalia.
Labels: Interior Designers, Nicole Fuller