Contemporary interior design often leans toward pure white, but in order to offset the clinical nature of a truly austere white interior, White Arrow opted for some pops of color in this Queens, New York, apartment. The local design studio spread accents of navy blue and copper around the interior, adding color that makes the home feel far more lively and comfortable than otherwise.
The home is primarily decorated with mid-century furnishings, which, along with white, has the tendency to make a house feel more like a museum than a home. Though that furniture choice is fitting considering that the building itself was constructed in the early 1900s, the addition of color is more appropriate for the modern age.
Navy-Accented Interior Designs
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Arched Apartment Designs
Playful Home Murals
Camouflaged Apartment Complexes
Modernized Vintage Shops
Alternating Brick Facades