Jason Arnold’s room stood out at the Kips Bay Show House by being decidedly different in color and feel.
The majority of the house, with a few exceptions, paid tribute to the color and pattern often associated with Palm Beach.
Entering the house you are greeted by Rinfret, Ltd’s blue and white exotic living room. The downstairs rooms are full of color with the exception of the kitchen and family room.
The kitchen rebelled with its monochromatic scheme of parchment with accents of black. It featured a fantastic chandelier that complemented the groin vaulted ceiling. The large window overlooking the water was the only clue of the Florida location.
The adjoining family room was neutral in color to flow with the kitchen. It was very nice and elegant, well-suited to Palm Beach.
Two staircases provide access to the upper floor. Both are colorful as are most of the bedrooms.
Danielle Rollins and Meg Braff designed rooms swathed in coral. Other than the ultra-modern monochromatic master bathroom there is one upstairs room that stands apart in its lack of Palm Beach color.
A sleek yet cozy space is tucked away off one of the many long hallways.
Arnold played up the lack of light by using dark colors and blinds covering the window wall. Phillip Jeffries taupe suede warms up the walls. Light carpet and an ivory sectional offset the dark browns. Mismatched contemporary framed art with an antique gilt mirror decorate the walls. A vintage Moroccan table, a leather screen, and a wicker chair add texture. A few stripes in the throw pillows mirror those in the Art Deco Turkish rug providing the only pattern in the room.
Although based in Nashville, Jason Arnold brought a touch of New York down to Florida.
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