Chelsea shown in Farrow & Ball #93 Studio Green paint selection finish with heirloom accents and clear glass.  Interiors by Maresca & Associates.

A Layered Approach

A layered look implies curation, collection, collaboration. Pieces infused with a sense of provenance, a backstory, a dynamic quality that feels anything but static. Whether it’s through a mix of lighting, metallic finishes, paint treatments, or patterns, layering heightens drama, suggests personality and point of view, and adds dimension to a space in every possible way. 

The alchemy of bringing these seemingly disparate details together, of blending high and low, old and new, subtle and bold, is nothing short of magic. This season, we celebrate this creative approach in all its variations as well as those who elevate it to an art form.

Urban Electric lighting
Chiltern Single shown in hewn brass finish with RAL #7045 Telegray accents and hewn brass interior. Interiors by Sidney Wagner.
From top: Chiltern Round shown in antique brass finish with heirloom accents. Shades shown in RAL #1027 Curry powder coat finish with hewn brass interior. Rex Table V.2 shown in hewn brass finish with hewn brass accents and shade SH-151X-WHT-LIN. Interiors by Mary Mac Wilson.
Houghton shown in bronze finish with antique brass accents. Interiors by Steven Gambrel. Photography by Douglas Friedman.
Jennifer Wall shown in antique brass finish. Interiors by Zoe Feldman Design.
Yves Flushmount shown in antique brass finish with pot white glass. Interiors by Gerald Pomeroy.
Rex Wall shown in black finish with polished brass unlacquered  accents. Interiors by Lucas Studio, Inc.. Photography by Karyn Millet.