This room by designers Heiberg Cummings includes so many of my favorite elements such as antique plates hung on the wall, linen covered chairs, white walls, trumeau mirror and gilded candlesticks. Windows without curtains or blinds let in plenty of light and along with the streamlined plate racks, add an unexpected look. Heiberg Cummings designs and sells the plate racks and also uses them in kitchens.
I'm not someone who appreciates loft-like space (not enough order, too much unconstrained space--I need walls!), but this is beautiful. It's the Southampton home of Heiberg and Cummings.
Close-up view of another section of the living room. Such a great mix of colors and textures--concrete floor, linen slipcovers, slightly tattered footstool and antique carpet draped over the ottoman.
Another view of the living room. HC also designed the linen covered chairs in the background which can also be joined together as a love seat/sofa. I love the mix of clean-lined contemporary pieces of furniture with the antiques such as the French chest and daybed. It's a difficult look to get right and HC clearly do it well.
If you're interested in French and Scandinavian interiors that feature a blend of old and new, be sure to visit the Heiberg Cummings Design website here. I spent quite a while on their website and will probably visit again!
Images via New York Spaces Magazine