Windsor Terrace Home Plays With Patterned Accent Walls and Funky Decor

Posted On Mon, February 1, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, February 1, 2016 By In Design, Interiors, Windsor Terrace

At first glance, it’s the colorful design of this Windsor Terrace home that really catches the eye. But zoom in and you’ll see that the aesthetic is more than just bold hues–it’s patterned walls, textured art, text-based accents, and allover playful decor. The renovation was led by the design team at Rinaldi Interior Design, whose principal Kristina Rinaldi says she “tailors each project to the personality and interests of her clients.” If that’s the case, whoever is living in this cheerful Brooklyn home is definitely upbeat, fun, and doesn’t take him or herself too seriously.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

The living room features classic built-ins complimented with contemporary furniture and an eye-popping blue carpet. Our favorite detail, however, is the small accent pillow with the words “I LOVE THIS PLACE” written in the same color as the carpet.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

The celebrated blue hue is carried over into the adjacent dining room, where it’s used playfully on the room’s fun underwater wall treatment.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

The front entryway is chock full of surprising details, including a pig made from wooden shipping containers and a set of plates depicting animals dressed in hipster styles. It culminates with the vibrant pink door that leads to a bathroom covered in cherry wallpaper.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

Smaller more intimate areas for lounging are scattered throughout the home, like this cozy nook boasting an in-your-face floral wall treatment balanced out by the neutral tones in the furniture and upholstery.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

The master bedroom is adorned with another brightly colored accent, this one being the blast of purple located behind the bed. The modern geometric headboard is flanked with two funky blue light fixtures hanging from the ceiling, a style for bedside reading lights you don’t often see.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

A second more youthful bedroom is blasted with bright red and yellow tones. Playful accents are located throughout the room, including miniature animal busts above the headboard and ruffly yellow wall art.

rinaldi interior design, windsor terrace

See more work from them Rinaldi Interior Design here.

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    I love pastels, beautiful………….

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