The House, a 28-story high rise condominium located in Victory Park in downtown Dallas combines uptown Dallas condo living with downtown energy. It was in this landmark where where a group of designers was invited to transform designated rooms. We just had the opportunity of having Dallas interior design team RSVP Design Services share their den (Unit 1802) and guest bedroom (unit 1805) project with us.
Notable elements include metal draperies, an acrylic and wooden slab table in the far end, and an abstract silk rug bringing the room together
Inspired by the saturated hues, structural characteristics and bold forms in the Industrial Design style, RSVP Design services created a concept which opposes the meaning while also supporting it. With a concentration on form, the team carefully chose the furniture, accessories and custom pieces. The contrast of metal and wood pieces creates a dynamic display of natural versus man made elements while maintaining a spacial balance.
The Light Tree made with diamond plate metal, brushed aluminum, mica, and LED back lighting
In the den the team created two featured custom pieces. The first, The Light Tree, is a lit piece hanging on the wall for display. The materials used were diamond plate metal, brushed aluminum, mica and LED back lighting. The juxtaposition of the tree form and the metal makes for an interesting piece of art work that contributes to the overall industrial theme. The second custom piece is the coffee table that is lit from within. Made from diamond plate and brushed aluminum, a small diamond pattern covers the “box” that allows the light to shine to create a glow.
Powder room walls painted dark purple tinted black, then covered in a bark wall covering
The powder room walls are painted a dark purple and covered in a bark metallic looking wall covering. Yet again, another juxtaposition of materials similar to the Light Tree in the den.
The result is a unique and interesting space people will enjoy sitting in and observing the thought that went behind each detail.
Note the upholstered walls, tufted velvet headboard, and the wool and silk rug that grounds the whole space
In the guest bedroom they’ve created the Urban Glam concept contrasting the nit and grit of city life along with its charming and romantic elements. They focused on the balance between the two styles. The urban style is shown in the custom shelf inspired by the Chinese character for “To Create”. The dark concrete gray piece brings in a great urban feel with its straight, heavy lines. The meaning of the shelf supports the industrial side of a city as well its glamorous side. The wall of acid etched mirrors also bring in additional nitty gritty urban feel.
The chandelier in this room is very glam as it’s adorned with jewelry, amethyst and clear stones and beautifully draped fabric. The tufted velvet headboard screams glam in a romantic, luxurious way.
Attached bath in rich purples with upholstered walls, hand blown glass pendants, and hand cut glass mirror above the sink
The attached bath continues the glamorous style with upholstered walls and hand blown glass pendants in rich purples. The mirror above the sink is made from hand cut glass – rough looking, but elegant placement of the pattern.
Urban glam sitting area
Glass Art pieces and matching ivory beauty desk
To finish off this look are the beautiful glass art pieces, matching ivory beauty desk and a bedside table.
That just about sums up The House. To find out more about this talented design team, visit them at RSVP Design Services here.