The designer used unexpected colourful accents to highlight the interiors. She transformed the 240-square-metre duplex apartment with a stripped-back colour palette, with walls painted in muted shades of grey and blue. Anso added some oversized geometric shapes in contrasting shades.
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In terms of decoration, Perry maintained the style, including a black-and-white patterned rug, and tableware with geometric prints.
Bringing an industrial style to the room, the interior designer covered a wall with concrete and painted the entrance of the apartment in black, where visitors can leave a note or a message for the owners.
“I wanted to give the duplex main room a sense of bright, airy and young space,” Perry told. “I wanted to bring a fresh style to the apartment and instead of hanging art on the walls or covering it with paint or wallpaper, I decided to give some flashes of colours in geometric shapes and the walls became the art itself.”
Her clients are a young couple with a baby that still is to come. According to that, the interior designer balanced areas for them to entertain with smaller spaces which have been customised as miniature play areas.
In order to bring colour to the duplex, Perry brought unexpected colourful accents from small pieces of furniture such as bright red stools, a blue side table, and orange office accessories.
The lighting scheme was designed by her. Stringing oversized light bulbs at the end of red cables which crisscross overhead in the staircase and for the living space also features a pair of low-hanging lights, suspended on red zigzag metal stems.