Today is the day of our signature “Living Room Inspiration“. Last year, Dixon was on the lookout for a new apartment, one that could house low-key mornings and evenings entertaining friends, and found it in Stuyvesant Heights, the landmark leafy section of Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood. With plenty of natural light, the south-facing space was retreat-ready. The wood trim and hand-carved doors, a stunning surprise upon entering the space, counteract some of the brightness the tall windows supply. So Dixon grounded the space by using a subdued palette and deliberate accents: levity achieved.
The natural light and wood trim of this Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, apartment hooked TRNK cofounder Tariq Dixon immediately: “I fell in love when I saw it.”
Get The Look
The Perry chair, inspired by the most famous occasional designs, features a body structure produced in solid walnut wood, which makes it a durable and solid chair.
IMAGE CREDIT: ESSENTIAL HOME
The black base of the La Pedrera coffee table mimics the slopes and lines of Gaudí’s building in Barcelona.
An IC Pendant Light—the one Dixon likened to having the sun in his living room—is by Michael Anastassiades for FLOS.
IMAGES CREDIT: ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST
We hope you liked our article. Feel free to pin all the images to your favorite Pinterest board or to print it and use in your mood board. Don’t forget to explore our Pinterest boards for more Living Room Ideas. Subscribe our newsletter and receive the best tips in your email box.