Monday, August 1, 2011

Compelling Interiors: Contemporary Art Beautifully Paired with 18th-Century Desk

From Architectural Digest

For the renovation of her Manhattan duplex, designer Elissa Cullman of Cullman & Kravis, collaborated with architect John B. Murray. Above: Crotch-mahogany doors swing open to reveal the library, where Kenneth Noland’s 1962 acrylic Warm Reverie beckons from above the sofa. To the left is a late-18th-century English writing desk.

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