Drake Anderson is a magnificent interior designer that stands out for the most incredible projects, that contains exquisite details. These amazing projects translate into unforgettable spaces that are surrounded by high-quality and luxurious pieces. Today, Miami Design Agenda unveils the best features of this project, that is an absolute dream come true.
Meet Drake Anderson‘s project in the city that never sleeps, New York, a space where luxury meets modern minimalistic. Within this project, you can discover a contemporary style décor throughout every space around the apartment. In Greenwich Village, you can admire the most exquisite details. Some of these luxurious details include marble and wooden materials.
According to their website, “Drake / Anderson, a dynamic new design partnership, emerges from the union of two powerful aesthetic voices: Drake Design Associates, one of the most recognized names in the field today, and Caleb Anderson Design, one of interior design’s brightest young talents.”
The designer duo worked on this amazing project, that features excellence on the interior design project in Greenwich Village. The final result was a contemporary and modern apartment, that breathes sophistication and contains unique pieces, that would make every interior design aficionado speechless, and hoping to inspire their own décor.
The living room shares an incredible open spaces, with a massive space to place the most exquisite pieces. There is a high-quality selection of monochromatic tones such as grays, black and white, and a surprising yellow. The two contemporary table lamps that are featured in the photo above stand out for being different, one with a gorgeous marble stand and the other with a futuristic silver look.
The ceiling lamp above the dining table is a stunning mid-century and contemporary piece that you won’t be able to miss! As far as the bedroom goes, you can observe that the designers chose a more minimalist and industrial design for the table lamps. Drake Anderson is the most perfect fit for this one-of-a-kind project.
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