A treetop setting inspired this modest 900 square foot, third-floor “tree house” condo. The design challenge was to create an extraordinary environment out of an ordinary space.
Choosing just the right pieces was crucial to make this small space feel spectacular.
Creamy, white colors used throughout the condo create an airy, open feeling while varying shades of green used as accents echo the color of the leaves on the trees surrounding the condominium.
Distressed, mirrored tables reflect the natural light and keep the space open. Rich, gold details highlight the client’s most prize possession of antique gold toned bookends from the 1920s. A pale, lilac gray, raw silk covers the antique Sheraton style sofa. The lucite and cowhide bench used a coffee table keeps the space feeling light. This combination of modern and traditional furniture is unexpected and fresh.
This well-appointed “tree house” home feels airy and livable, yet elegantly sophisticated.