There's a lot to love at but a petite lounge by Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham (the superstar duo behind ) stole our heart. The room started out as a butler's pantry, which came complete with a significant number of wall outlets. Though they made sense in the space's previous life, the outlets made decorating the room a challenge.
Once the walls were smoothed out and painted, the designers brought in bold pattern by using paisley-inspired Zulla fabric from Tilton Fenwick's own collection as a wall covering. Handmade fringed tape adds a luxurious touch that also helps disguise the aforementioned outlets.
They anchored the room's design with a large digital photograph called , which hangs over a modern wood-and-white console table. A yellow ikat flatweave rug brings a sense of dynamic energy and a pop of color.