Designer Visions: Wall Street by Richard Hallberg
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Of all the spaces at Designer Visions at The Setai, I was most excited to see the apartment inspired by Wall Street. Interior designer Richard Hallberg designed the space for Veranda and imagined where Gordon Gekko would live after he was released from prison. He would certainly still be collecting art and living well. What I really love is that the black and white palette is punctuated by antiques and touches of gilt and gold that prevent it from looking too cold. Richard says he “selected furnishings and decor that represented the ‘best of the best,’ mixing 18th-century furniture with contemporary pieces, modern art and Roman antiquities to produce a result that is timeless.” Hopefully, Gordon will stay out of trouble so he enjoy this apartment for a long time!
Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic and courtesy of Hearst
Heather, the black and white palette is fabulous. Thank you for showing all the fine touches, vignettes, and art!
Art by Karena
I think Gordon Gekko would approve. The view alone is amazing! I especially love the white chaise lounge set by the window. What a relaxing place that would be. Lovely post. 🙂 Have a great weekend.
Love this. Can totally see GG living here. The mix of stark black and white, contemporary art and ornate antiques are inspiring! Thanks for sharing.
Great pad, I love the glass topped occasional table.
Ok.. now I am in heaven! Lovely posts lately! That’s why I come here for.
This is exquisite! I love the black armoire. What a presence!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
That place is redic.
What is the budget for these things? Do people loan/ memo stuff?
LOve the apartment- but would love one on the third floor- boy is this high up ! .. apart from that, it’s fabulous- so totally chique!
Best I have seen in a long time…I am wondering if the wallpaper in the bathroom is stock reports? Great place.
I love the colour scheme. What would you call the gold/yellow that is used here with the black & white? I have been adding touches of it with my Charcoals & Greys and have been calling it “Vintage Yellow”. J
Wow! I do love all of the choices. The Portuguese desk is amazing; the etageres, the art. Just wish it were a little warmer, but I guess that goes with the inhabitant’s personality. Mary
obsessed with this apartment!
thanks for sharing your personal photos