Monday, May 23, 2011

What's Black, White and Chic All Over...?

Sometimes the most dramatic and memorable creations are the result of pure and simple combinations. The cabin in our minds should celebrate that concept and lately we’ve been completely smitten with the classic pairing of black and white. On a recent visit to The Mark Hotel in New York City, we fell in love with Jacques Grange’s sophisticated and glamorous high contrast creation. After a few cups of Black coffee that afternoon… and a black and white cookie (no joke) we came to the realization that maybe this duet has the upper hand. After all, what other marriage has eternally remained chic and stylish, continues to feel fresh and current, while remaining a true classic.
1.  The Mark Hotel designed by Jacques Grange
1.  Branch chandelier by David Wiseman
3.  Oscar De La Renta for Century Furniture 
2.  Vintage Vogue 
3.  Lalique perfume bottle and case for Lucien Lelong,  c. 1929 
2. Dransfield & Ross Delphos placemat 
3. Antique Wedgwood basalt ware oil lamp

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1 comment:

  1. Awesome designs.... I really love the setup of the room with yellow sofa..... It was just too good......

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