The Marquis HQO team, in collaboration with interior design consultant, TJ Studio, put together an interior anchored by pieces in shades of gray. This immediately brought a neutral palette that worked well with the stark white walls and the assemblage of artworks and personal possessions of the client. The team selected several new and classic pieces from Minotti, ranging from sofas to armchairs and center tables.
Minotti’s Freeman sofa, upholstered in a gray fabric and set with loose cushions for color and texture, was chosen as an anchor piece for the living room. It is paired with a couple of Minotti Leslie armchair whose seats are upholstered in fabric and the shell in leather. The armchairs’ legs are molded cast aluminum in painted pewter finish.
Another piece of interest is the Minotti Jacob coffee table with Calacatta marble top and legs in solid brushed oak in black finish. Placed next to it is the Minotti Haring occasional table in satin metal, a veritable sculpture assembled with just three laser-cut pieces.
At the center of entertainment room is a Sullivan coffee table whose rounded out triangular top is reminiscent of
the elements in Alexander Calder’s mobiles. In this particular version, the top is finished in Pedulo walnut and the underside in an exclusive pewter color created by
The team paired it with two low Davis poufs in round and square. The compact poufs are filled with goose down and covered in saddle hide. Davies poufs come in different sizes, including the Davis ‘Drum’ with a tapered middle and saddle-hide top. The poufs stand on a discreet metal feet in black nickel finish.