Contemporary Furniture Design

Contemporary Furniture Design

The architectural and design bureau N&G Ananiev Interiors has designed an NYC private residence décor that has contemporary furniture design. N&G Ananiev Interiors was founded in Russia in 2002 by a family and creative duet – Nadezhda and George Ananyev. The bureau engages in a full cycle of works: architectural design, construction, design, and project management. Nadezhda and George met the owners of this property ten years ago the family with Russian roots decided to reinvent the house they bought in the 1980s-1990s near New York and make it their permanent address, still reminiscent of the late ’80s with a retro appeal, but still a very modern twist on the overall aesthetics.

Imagined in blazing and unusual colors and the very own play on them: the result was an amazing interior in vintage style with contemporary furniture. The mixture of patterns and materials, but especially the blend of different shapes: Harsh and strict lines from the vintage furniture batter completely with the shapeless and fluidity of the modern designs, creating an appealing and showstopper interior design.  It was important to make a statement with expressive walls through bright wallpapers, combine artistic and remarkable furniture, and also outstanding and even provocative pieces of art.

The first floor gathers a singular public area, which is a suite of rooms closed in a circle. On the second floor – a private area, there is one room for each child and a separate outhouse for the guests. The walls remained in the same place – the Ananievs did not move them, but completely cleaned the “stuffing”, leaving only the doors, as the designers found them really beautiful and in conformity with the concept.

Known for its strength, intense and nature-inspired upholstery, furniture, lighting, and accessories, Brabbu brought to this remarkable project the MAYA ARMCHAIR.

This saloon is the perfect climax between bright colors and the playful composition of modern classic style. The MAYA ARMCHAIR was inspired by the Mayan civilization’s Goddess, providing a piece that, with the combination of the matte aged brass legs and the mustard-yellow velvet, creates an intense addition to this saloon design. This velvet accent chair has the perfect combination of sensual and delicate forms and due to its fierce color can invoke long and comfortable conversations.

Complementing the vintage look are the masterful lighting pieces from Delightful. With a beautiful and fresh take on the mid-century lighting design, heavily inspired by the art of the 40s throughout the late 80s, bringing the fresh classics lamps with the progress of colors and materials of modern décor. The designer decided to go with the Graphic Collection from this Covet House brand.  The colorful and extremely communicative graphic lamps, in various forms and shapes, from numbers to symbols, where used in this project both the “R” and “D” shapes.

The letter “D” brought to the hall, was inspired by the vibrant Las Vegas feeling, bringing the fast-passed rhythm of the city into the interior decoration. And the “R” giving it a rustic appeal to this lighting piece, both retro yet modern.

The Modern Classic style is one of the staples of Covet House designs, and this residential project shows how perfectly put together an interior can be by mixing retro with contemporary furniture.

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