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Melding Old With New in a Milan Apartment

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by Promila Shastri last modified Aug 28, 2013

Modernism-laced interior design is rarely classified as ‘moody,’ but there may be no better word to describe the beautifully nuanced Milan apartment of interior designers Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, founders of the design firm Dimore Studio. The designers’ penchant for “creating interiors with a moody palette and a complex — Continue reading …




 

 

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Modernism-laced interior design is rarely classified as ‘moody,’ but there may be no better word to describe the beautifully nuanced Milan apartment of interior designers Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, founders of the design firm Dimore Studio.

The designers’ penchant for “creating interiors with a moody palette and a complex mixture of periods” is enviably evident in their own home. Dominated by deep grey (not white), and infused with dusty shades of pink and burnished metals, each room and its accoutrements could easily be a tableaux lifted from an Old Master painting—and not by accident: the predominant color was chosen because of its presence in 17th Century paintings.

About their atypical approach to color, Moran says, “We always have to tell the Italian clients, ‘just trust us! We can always paint it white if you don’t like it.’ ”

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Images: New York Times


 

 

 
 
 

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