Pereţi

Ce ne-am face fără pereţi? N-am mai avea unde dispera în linişte. Pereţii, trataţi de obicei cu spoială monocromă, s-ar cuveni, în consecinţă, să aibă un ONG care să lupte pentru dreptul lor la frumuseţe or some shit. Spitalizarea pereţilor ar trebui să înceteze. La o adică, fără pereţi am fi în junglă, ni s-ar vedea toate alea. Pe lângă funcţionalitatea lor, pereţii au un potenţial estetic neexploatat. Nu se ştie de ce, dar parcă totul s-a oprit la acea mână conturată cu pudră colorată de către omul preistoric. Pereţii ar putea fi noul atelier de imagini. Iată 9 idei de ce se poate scoate dintr-un perete. Dup-asta, cred şi eu că nu-ţi mai vine să te dai cu capul de pereţi. It’s too fucking expensive.

1. Black Masking Tape
Alistair and Blair Clarke commissioned artist Sun Kwak to design the walls and dining room floor of their Manhattan apartment. Kwak achieves this modern look by applying ordinary black masking tape.

2. Painted Stripes
For the bathroom of Manhattan’s J.Crew Women’s Collection, Jenna Lyons copied this chic black-and-white stripe motif straight from her own Park Slope brownstone. This solution is great for awkward angles and uneven surfaces on which it would be difficult to apply wallpaper.

3. Painted Stripes
Without a budget for wallpaper in the guest bedroom of this Atlanta model condo, Lee Kleinhelter decided to apply a geometric stripe detail, which serves as the perfect complement to the modern furnishings.

4. Stenciled Patterns
A boldly stenciled ceiling in Maryam Montague and Chris Redecke’s home in Morocco, a country in which ceilings are considered „the pinnacle of design.”

5. Marbled Paper
Nicki Clendening of Scout Designs spruced up the drab walls of her Manhattan apartment’s bathroom by applying marbled paper she found at the local art-supply store.

6. Maps
Designer David Flint Wood covered the bathroom walls in his Harbour Island home with maps he bought from a SkyMall catalog.

7. Painted Architectural Detail
Designer David Cafiero painted the insets of this bathroom’s cabinetry a deep blue-gray for a preppy, clean look in this Hamptons house.

8. Painted Architectural Detail
Designers Filipe Pereira and Austyn Zung emphasized the prewar detailing in this Upper East Side apartment by accenting it with contrasting colors.

9. Faux Molding
In their Fifth Avenue apartment, Laura and Diego Garcia painted a faux-molding pattern to give their master bedroom architectural distinction.

[imagini şi text – lonny.com]

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