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Master Bedroom in Neutrals and Yellow

Shining Through – A 1920’s Manhattan apartment (On the upper East side) that features expansive views of Central Park and abundant light. The walls of the master bedroom were given an antiquated metallic finish by artist Patricia Arnillas. The print is by Henri Matisse, the bench is 19th century Swedish, and the beds corona (also used on the curtains) is of an Etro fabric for Clarence House.

Loving the warm yellow pillows, just enough color added to a neutral space.

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Designer Stephen Sills for Architectural Digest. Produced by Howard Christian. Architect: John B. Murray.

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