Veranda’s top 5 interiors with designer rugs in March 2016 include a contemporary Manhattan apartment by Vicente Wolf, a classical house nestled in the hills of Santa Barbara updated by Ann Holden and a colorful getaway in Duchess County, New York by Nick Olsen.
An aqua and green hooked rug complements red and pink striped walls and an early 20th century side chair with a blue leather seat in the entrance hall of a Nick Olsen designed Duchess County, New York getaway of a 36 year old Manhattan businessman.
A beige and brown geometric rugcreates a contrast against dark green painted wood floors and cobalt blue walls in the library of the Nick Olsen designed house.
A gray designer rug complements brown 18th century urns and 19th century Italian bench upholstered in green satin in the entry hallway of a classical Santa Barbara, California house designed by Ann Holden
A gray wool and silk rugcomplements a blue velvet upholstered banquette, contemporary chaise, Swedish Rococo chair upholstered in tiger velvet, contemporary chandelier and dark gray lacquered walls in the upstairs sitting room of the Santa Barbara house decorated by Ann Holden.
A pair of white cowhide rugs complement a gray sofa, gold 18th century Neoclassical armchairs upholstered in white leather, black Mies van der Rohe bench and yellow accent pieces in an open plan living room in Manhattan designed by Vicente Wolf.