After black, purple is my favorite hue. Not the grape shade but the deep plums and shades that look a bit bluish. I even love the pink purples like magenta and mulberry. To have velvet upholstery in the color is so rich and regal.
Or grape chairs or any shade of purple in upholstery. A nice contrast to the white piece. This is also a good idea for families. You know that one family member who has the white room all decked out in its monochromatic pureness? And then said family member dares someone to step foot in it as the room is for visual eye candy only. Well, if they took a cue from this room and added a darker richer tone, they could actually enjoy their space. Just make everyone sit on the couch with color. Instead of a solid white rug, opt for one that has some color patterns. That way the room can actually function and not feel like a museum.
“We started with the office of Liz Killmond, who focuses specifically on the business affairs of Kris’ youngest daughters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner.”
“To keep her office sleek, dramatic and sharp, Liz’s walls were covered in a black and silver-striped wallcovering with flocked detail, then brightened with cobalt blue accessories.”
Pretty & functional bookshelf styling. Adding pictures and leaning art personalizes a workspace. Always surround yourself especially your work environment items and images of things that make you happy.
“Next came the office of Noelle Keshishian who, in addition to working on marketing for Kris Jenner, is also involved with marketing and business affairs of her three adult daughters—Kim, Khloe and Kourtney—as well as the marketing of dozens of Kardashian-related products. Although she absolutely loved the Moroccan-inspired pattern of her black-and-silver Graham & Brown wallcovering, she was less enthusiastic about the hot pink accessories used to contrast against it”
I saved these images of Milly’s NY boutique via Matchbook Mag a while back and never posted. How gorgeous is it though? Really busy wallpaper isn’t really my thing but I love this above. So Parisian-esque and I can envision it in a lady’s DRESSING ROOM or POWDER ROOM. Those are the areas where you can really go crazy bold because you don’t spend tons of time in them.
Back to the boutique’s interior, it’s complete luxe and glam. Filled with feminine and geometric wallpaper patterns, crystal chandeliers, moldings, animal prints, gold finishes, mirrored tables, plush magenta and plum hued sofas and chairs, some of which are TUFTED. Just tons of fabulousness.
She even sells kids clothes. Look at this pic I found on her site.