In 2015, VT is pleased to announce our entry into home. Our motto has always been image, identity, clarity, and defining your style type gives you a place to begin. Once you have reached that clarity, it is a natural evolution to translate that into your environment as an expression of your authentic self.
Designing your home based on your style type (or at least infusing the elements) allows you to create the perfect space that represents the best version of you. Join us each week as we share our point of view on the incredible world of interior design, applying our principles and philosophies to everything from art and architecture to current trends and designers.
19th Century Marble Bust reinterpreted by artist Jonathan Owen
The Armory Show took place in New York this past weekend featuring some of the most important works of art of the 20th and 21st century for sale. I always find it inspiring to see the tremendous scope that is available on every level and most importantly, what people are attracted to for their homes. The use of sculptural or architectural pieces in interior design creates a fascinating distinction in your home. This week, I will share with you some ideas that will completely make the room, whatever your style type may be. Enjoy. –Joe
In this classic bedroom, I love the use of the brass sailboat wall sculpture above the dresser.
Designer Alberto Pinto transformed this classic foyer into a rather unforgettable contemporary forest fantasy.
These incredibly dramatic Herve Van Der Straeten chandeliers bring this clean room to exceptional heights.
In this case, the contemporary table affords this otherwise classic room a chic edge.
Mathias Kiss’ Froisse sculptural wall mirror takes the chic bones of this room to a new level.
Designer David Mann’s use of the tubular brass pendants and the brutalist sculpture give this very chic dining room a bit of an edge.
This luxuriously androgynous bathroom with textured walls, a sculptural chair and organic sconces is amazing.
Whimsical Wearstler creates magic with this white bed and decorative paint job on the wall behind.
I love the use of this textured wood screen in this boho bedroom.
The brilliantly beastly stools at the foot of the bed with the murano chandelier are perfect in this boho-chic bedroom.
A black textured wall is all that is needed in this minimalist powder room to make a statement.
I love the Herve Van Der Straeten chrome console from the Ralph Pucci Showroom.
This oregami style wall sculpture by Michigan artist and professor Matt Shlian creates the kind of clean drama an avant garde personality hungers for.
Another interesting wall detail transforms this somewhat ordinary contemporary living room.
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