Suzanne Lovell always pays attention to every single detail in all of her projects. Where art pieces are important and the design is exquisite!
Suzanne Lovell and this art-filled home designed by her is simply amazing. She took care of every single detail, from fine furniture pieces to the right choice of colors.
The daughter’s bedroom is almost a dream, with pink tones and an amazing painting by Hiroyuki Matsuura.
In the main bedroom, we can see the grey tones taking their place. With a jet black Baccarat chandelier and high-gloss bedside tables. Besides that, we can also see beyond the door, Little Aida by Charles Calverley.
Within the office, we can see a Hermés Pippa folding armchair that combines perfectly with Metiers desk. Once again we can figure out how elegance and natural light influence Suzanne Lovell’s interior design.
“Holistically, we were thinking about the balance of the artwork and the floor, about the balance of the color and materials,” says Lovell. “We would be working on the balance of color in three dimensions and asking how we bring warm and cool colors together to give confidence and comfort inside the space.”
The delicate grays of the living room give dimension, according to the layers. A durable material, such as textile, gives a traditional look to the sofa. Side by side with a rug by Oscar Isberian!
Suzanne outlined a design plan that includes a palette of black, white, and grey. To maintain the glamour and elegance of the place.
Everything that concerns this apartment is new! The interior designer did a transformation to the floor plan that now has three bedrooms, with space for the office. She says that “I think the difference that we bring to any project is not only that we have this capability to research and create dialogue for art, but that we are architects first.”
This apartment is the third residence project for the same client, and there were important differences for both client and interior designer. And it was a success as the past two!