A living room project in New York with a neutral palette
David Scott Interiors is a New York-based firm with a multidisciplinary team of designers and architects specialized in sensitively conceived interiors where innovative architecture, luxurious furnishings and emerging art and craft harmoniously coexist. David Scott established the firm with the belief that interiors should reflect the style and personality of its owner, not simply its designer. It is this collaborative approach that has become a signature of David Scott Interiors distinguished style. The natural connection a client has with their home that drives each design resulting in a portfolio of highly personal environments.
David Scott’s interiors are visually stimulating, yet extremely functional. David Scott gracefully melds the timeless elegance of the past with today’s modern aesthetic. He is an expert in redefining luxury interior design and each project reflects his always curious discerning eye and the amazing service delivered by his studio.
Today, we bring you a living room project designed by this New York-based interior design firm and if you would like to recreate this gorgeous inspiration, here are some of Covet House products that will help you:
For the lighting, just like the God of the sky and the rising sun, Horus II Suspension Lamp by Brabbu promises to be a reference in modern interior design. Featuring a structure in matte black lacquered brass and shades in crackle glass, this chandelier is perfect for creating a grand reveal over a fierce living room sofa.
When it comes to this living room seating, the Wales II Sofa by Brabbu pays tribute to the country’s history – the “Land of Castles”, Wales. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with a base in matte vintage brass, this curved sofa features a bronze renaissance nailhead trim that makes it even more elegant. In addition, the Clerk Armchair by Brabbu is a striking upholstered chair in cotton velvet and legs in high glossy lacquered. This wing chair will surely spice up any living room set or office design thanks to its exquisite presence.
Last, but not least, the Philip Center Table by Essential Home takes Ezra’s challenging concepts of design and interprets them in an all-new and natural way. The structure of this magniﬁcent center table turns around the diﬀerent variations of the geometrical round shape and follows the unusual base idea of the fabulous dining table.
What a great balance between colors in this living room project! Don’t you agree?