Eclectic Bond Street Apartment Stuns with Brilliant Colors and Texture

Posted On Mon, December 29, 2014 By

Posted On Mon, December 29, 2014 By In Design, Interiors, Noho, Quirky Homes

Nothing says Happy New Year quite like a zebra head mounted on a sleek black wall. And that’s just a taste of the whimsy you’ll find in this recently completed collaboration between James Dixon Architect and interior designer Carolina George. The eclectic apartment on Bond Street in Noho expertly combines a chic, modern look with subtle quirks dispersed throughout.

James Dixon Architect, Carolina George, Bond Street, bold colors and quirky accents

The two-story living room features streams of sunlight, compliments of oversized windows. A wall of bookcases has a rolling ladder, putting the fun in functional access to the library. While some capricious elements–like the table that looks like a rock and the gold hand that appears to be coming out of it–might stand out, look closer for some more unusual accents like the legs of the side table that have hooves. Across the room is a trendy, elegant dining area, and an adjacent kitchen features a pillar of mirrored tiles and an island.

James Dixon Architect, Carolina George, Bond Street, bold colors and quirky accents

Upstairs, there’s a lofted area with a balcony overlooking the entertaining space. It’s up here that the color palette is really set free, starting with splashes of pink in the bedroom, which also has windows looking out to the living room below. An adjacent bold blue sitting room glows with the light from large windows. Meanwhile, a second bedroom takes fun with prints to a whole new level, covering the bed and walls, and creating a textured canopy on the ceiling. Lastly, a classically stylish bathroom has rich blue wallpaper to complete the vibrant color palette.

James Dixon Architect, Carolina George, Bond Street, bold colors and quirky accents

Take a closer look at the photos in our gallery to see more textures and quirks, and get more inspiration from James Dixon Architect here.

Photos courtesy of Michael Stavaridis

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