Thursday, August 26, 2010

New York City Abodes - A Sampling of Blue & Green Diamond Baratta Designs

Diamond Baratta Design is a fantastic interior design
firm based in New York City.  This post shows selections
of their work in New York City from the magazine New 
York Spaces.  For those of you Turquoise, Teal or Blue
lovers, this is a great post for you.

Such a gorgeous rug and carpet!

Beautiful blues.

Pattern on Pattern.

Perfect way to match wall art to hardware 
(in this case the pendant light fixture.)

A pop of turquoise with brown.  Not a color combinaton
one would normally think of but it definitely works.

I'm a big fan of using photography as wall art.

This could have been such a drab space but 
Diamond and Baratta did no neglect it - 
instead they really dressed it up with glass
panel walls in blue.

If you like the aesthetics of Diamond Baratta designs,
you'll really enjoy this book that has great samples of
their work.

So what was your favorite item or room?

Photos from New York Spaces magazine


Hello Lover... said...

Great stuff - I really like that dining room - it almost looks like you're under water!

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

The patterns on the sofa are fantastic. I also love using photo as art (busy creating quite a few photo books, canvases and printed photos on glass!)

diane@onlinefabricstore said...

While I am not a fan of blue I can appreciate a beautiful room. I especially like the graphic pops of black and white accessories in the first photo.

Custom Area Rug said...

This stuff is amazing! I'd never considered the turquoise/black and white combination! It's both vibrant and elegant.

According to Nicky said...

Beautiful! XX Nicky

Elise Lowerison said...

Wow! I am a fan of blue, but I never knew it could be used in so many multifaceted ways! All of these rooms are stunning, especially the brown and turquoise mix, who would have thought that those two colors would bring in such inspiration to a room? I wonder whether blue window coverings or treatments could be brought in to enhance the presence of the blue shade in any home. I came across your post this afternoon while browsing interior design blogs and the topic of window treatment selection was very interesting to me. It is true that you must dress your windows appropriately to bring out their true beauty. Thank you for writing and as a special thanks to you and your readers, I would like to offer a 20% off coupon using this code upon checkout: BLG20.

Trinity said...

That is so cool, I love blue but never thought it would look good on a furniture.

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