Imagery Meets Reality
We came across a beautifully executed project from Luna Grey Interiors and simply put, fell in love with the finished look. Luna’s approach is based on interactions and imagery with her clients. She takes into account all their needs and really acknowledges the space and its small details. She came into contact with the industrial piping and natural steel, and thus, the Tribeca chandelier was a natural fit to meet all these touchpoints. She went with the piece because it had a feel of casual elegance and served as a great contrast with the vibe of the room while still providing that ‘perfect finishing touch’ to the dining room table. The family loved the finished product, and Luna best sums it up, “I love hearing about how my design affects my clients' social lives. After transforming their space, my clients regularly have friends and family over, and host large co-op meetings in the living room.”
Nicely said, Luna.
Photographs by: Kelsey Ann Rose (www.kelseyannrose.com)