The February 2016 Architectural Digest has many beautiful rooms compared to the January issue. Here is my pick for the 6 best interiors with contemporary rugs.
A white, gray and aqua custom rug with an expansive pattern with Art Deco and Neoclassical influences complements a green Venini chandelier and a white vintage Dunbar sofas in the morning room of an incredible 1856 Italianate pleasure palace in London rejuvenated by Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts.
A cream, blue and gold custom rug in an Art Deco pattern complements the neoclassical architecture, the custom-made starburst Lobmeyr chandeliers, blue Rubelli satin covered walls, George II gilt-wood armchair, a circa-1932 FontanaArte cocktail table and a pair of gold and white Jacques Quinet armchairs in the sitting room of the Haynes-Roberts designed London mansion. A 1932 Picasso nude hangs above the fireplace and an Edgar Degas dancer stands by the window.
In the wife’s office in the Haynes-Roberts designed London mansion, a custom pale gray silk contemporary rug anchors a purple 1970’s curved back sofa, a mid century glass and metal coffee table, pale lilac Ultrasuede clad walls and lilac drapes.
A custom pale gray contemporary rug complements beige faux suede covered walls, brown sofa, dark blue and pale gray upholstered chairs and artworks by Alfred Seiland, Caio Fonseca, and James Brooks in the living room a Manhattan triplex designed by Eric Cohler for his brother who is a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur.
A custom gray contemporary rug complements oak-paneled walls in the Eric Cohler designed dining room.
A custom aqua contemporary rug complements a pale lilac day bed, fox-fur throw and pale taupe wool fabric clad walls in the master bedroom designed by Eric Cohler.