We did it again! Another sophisticated residential real estate staging complete from concept to installation in just 2 weeks filled with the newest trends on the market.
High up in the sky, on the 43rd floor of The Residences at Two Liberty Place sat one of the hottest new listings to the Philadelphia real estate market... empty. Luckily, some of the newest trends in upholstery, case pieces, lighting, and accessories were just about to roll into our center city showroom from Spring Market in High Point, North Carolina. Perfect timing!
Living Room/ Dining Room - Before
A combination of cool blues, warm grays, and pale creams were quickly determined as an obvious color palette, derived from the incredible views of the sky, Delaware River, and the famous Ben Franklin Bridge - all absorbed through the windows surrounding the main living space. These light neutral colors perfectly highlight the dark stained, natural, wood floors, creatively installed on a 45 degree angle throughout the space.
The dining area consists of a 60" Lansford Round Dining Table, crafted with broken ribbon stripe mahogany veneers, from Bernhardt Furniture. Sitting around the table are 4 Deco Tufted Dining Chairs with 2 extra to spare on either side of the Commonwealth Console, all also from Bernhardt Furniture. Accenting the space are fun picture frames from Lazy Susan and D'Argent etched vases from Two's Company.
The Living Room consists of pieces from Vanguard Furniture designer, Michael Weiss's brand new collection of modern, Roxy chairs, upholstered in a blue/gray herringbone fabric, and a low profile, gray, arm less sofa called the Longfellow. This set is perfectly complimented with the highly styled modern take on a wing back chair called Ashton from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Also included in this real estate staging are simple, polished nickel occasional pieces from Design Institute of America and Worlds Away.
Alternate View - Living Room / Dining Room - Before
Alternate View - Living Room / Dining Room - After
Brand new art from Trowbridge Galleries continue the sophisticated flair through the main transition space of the condo.
A quiet escape from the city is discovered off the main hallway, the perfect little den. This space exemplifies the opportunity for a calm place to watch a favorite television show or curl up on the comfy love seat with a book or the New York Times.
Den - Before
Very few Master Bedrooms in center city Philadelphia have enough room for a King Size bed. This is no problem for the Residences at Two Liberty! A king size bed fits very comfortably, in fact, it fills the room perfectly.
Master Bedroom - Before
Master Bedroom - After
Books and Decorative Accessories from Lazy Susan on the Somerset Dresser