The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta are at the forefront of luxury design trends in high-rise living. Below are three fall design trends approved by the industry’s top publications and how they are incorporated at The Residences.
Who says neutral walls can’t be bold? White on white interiors are gorgeous, fresh and unexpected. No matter your style, there are countless possibilities when decorating with white. We love this elegant living space at The Residences designed by interior designer, Robert Brown. It incorporates warmer touches into the stark white interior and modern art adorns the walls, giving it life while remaining neutral, understated and perfect for changing seasons.
Today’s homebuyers aren’t looking for elaborately detailed kitchens with moldings, corbels and accents. Instead, they’re looking for kitchens that speak to them and their image of how they live. Buyers want clean, contemporary kitchens with a great flow. We especially love bright white or gray cabinets with glass doors to brighten a space, and can’t get enough of striking marble accents or even centerpieces like an island.
Antique brass is making a comeback. Used as an accent in frames, lamps, furniture or various accessories, the metal instantly warms up a room. This accessory adds a subtle flair of glamour to an end table in a home at The Residences designed by interior designer, Michael Habachy. We also love it for a statement faucet or funky lighting fixture, or along with classic gold and silver finishes for a mixed metal vibe.