The decor of Elma Blint’s Carroll Gardens townhouse is a bit like the jewelry she designs: modern, textured and unique. Recently featured on Design Sponge, the three-bedroom duplex combines high-design furniture pieces with vibrant textiles to create a character-filled, original vibe.
Patterned pillows, blankets and rugs add plenty of color and visual interest without creating clutter. Covering the couch cushions with a throw blanket shields them from accidental spills and grime while giving the modern piece a bit of bohemian flair.
The home’s textile-laden style continues in the master bedroom where patterned fabrics make the bed a centerpiece in front of slate blue walls.
The rope-strung wall hanging above the bed evokes a kind of modern-day macramé. The large vanity mirror helps create the impression of a more expansive space.
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