A fresh reinterpretation of the most lustful modern classic house elements
Lustful modern classic house designed with another partnership. Covet House embarks on another adventure through the rich and luxurious world of interior design. This time, in partnership with Valery Zhavruk, we travel to a unique lustful modern classic house, where modern and classic styles intersect. According to the design creator, this is a complicated and contradictory aesthetic, whose interiors combine dark, deep colors with traditional elements like fretwork and plaster, not forgetting specific golden elements and details. Spectacular but, at the same time, cautious, this singular home is also bathed in dark, soothing colors and light beige tones, to emphasize the contrast of the style and highlight the magnificence and quality of the furniture.
Ten impactful and luscious rooms, where color plays an important role as the main connector and common detail across each room. Valery Zhavruk used a combination of Covet House pieces that provide a wide and clean aesthetic, complementing perfectly the architecture of the lustful modern classic house. Various items, create almost an eclectic vibe with a fresh reinterpretation of some of the most classical elements from the walls and even the pieces themselves. Located in the “Hollywood of the North”, the city of Toronto, this lustful modern classic house is a spectacular show by itself. Covet House invites you in, warm yourself, winter is coming.
Although in the same open space area, like the living room and kitchen, the dining room stands out not only because the architecture and color of the walls are different from the other rooms, but also because of how this corner of the pops and demands your attention. Suddenly, a mix of styles and finishes grabs your eye, with Beyond Dining Table from Luxxu, where the distinctive features create a perfect balance between the best hand-crafted wood with brass accents and the warm and golden tones on the polished surface. These golden tones are complemented by Boca do Lobo’s Nº 11 Chair. This accent chair is made of gold-plated solid cast brass with a varnish finish and includes a wide bow back rail sustained by languid spindles that drip solid metal from the apron up, while the legs are generously curled, producing a visual impression that defies physics. Finally, the Dorsey Suspension Lamp from Delightfull, a mid-century modern piece that is as versatile as the other pieces, creating a balanced and luxurious dining room setting.