Recently, a group of expert interior designers transformed a luxurious home in New York as part of their annual traditions. The home which was the original work of architect Charles Platt is worth$26.8 million and is the former home to China’s Institute of America. The experts gave ten incentives to GQ magazine that can help men design an inviting living space that still exudes masculinity.
- Most men tend to incline towards the safety of black and gray when setting up a home. However, playing with solid colors such as white, brown and navy blue can lighten up a room and maintain its masculine appeal.
- Instead of acquiring only wooden decorative furniture, mixing in a little glass like the mirror or a cobblestone fireplace will smoothen a rough outlook.
- While a large car wallpaper is enticing to most men, it is not a homely aesthetic. The same applies to excessive decorations of art that make the space more of an exhibition than a resting place.
- Spacing out furniture correctly in a room creates a natural design output that fits the making of a home.
- Overspending money in decoration is not necessary when there are cheaper alternatives of rugs or special chairs. Additionally, one can use souvenirs such as shells to accentuate a space.
- Most men have the programming that big is always best. Consequentially, they purchase long sofas that do not fit naturally in a room. On the flipside, small furniture is not the solution. The items in a room ought to fit in with the spacing.
Richard Mishaan Design was begun by the Colombian native and top interior designer in New York. He states that having a well-defined taste is more important than having expensive taste. He reveals that his sofas are 20 years old and have received upholstering services only once. His Pinterest account is chock full of awe-inspiring designs to fuel your design palate.
He grew up in Italy and states that his vividly colored childhood impacted him significantly. His NYC home exudes an Italian culture with a 16th-century design gate and a colorful backyard, roof deck, and pool. He said that he values color coordination and has centered his interior designing skills on that principal.