Designer David Netto crafts a detail-oriented oceanfront home with seaside-inspired mix of lacquered baby blue floors, natural materials & top-notch lighting.
First things first, David Netto is clearly a genius. You can already tell from the entrance hall that welcomes you with a black lacquered dutch door AND secret bookcase doorways. If that’s no indicator, then turn to the baby blue lacquered floors in the common areas, the whitewashed wood, the exquisite choice of lighting (did you notice most of the pendants around the house are white?). No detail forgotten in this seaside perfection.
Obsessed, I tell you. That’s all I feel about this house. I have no clue where this house is located—other than the fact that it’s called Project Oceanfront Home—which tells me it’s probably not in Nebraska, but rather somewhere on the North-Eastern seaboard. Let’s say for the sake of argument—based on size and shingle style (and the NYC address of the David Netto design firm) that’s it’s in the Hamptons. To get the look, decorate with an eclectic mix of whitewashed furniture, blue & white dhurries, natural materials and pops of yellow, orange and turquoise.
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