South Carolina-based interior designer Hranows has created a space with high-impact color that will definitely inspire you to do the same, meet Angie Hranowsky’s design studio.
Integrating saturated brights has become a signature of sorts for Hranowsky, be it with paint, upholstery, large-scale art, or her favorite design category: wall treatments.
Her Charleston home, speaks that signature, for example, its magenta living room sofa presided over by painterly Roman shades in the same punchy pink.
When it came time to decorate her own office, Hranowsky knew she had to go bold.
So start scrolling and discover how bold she went and how can you go to!
“Turquoise is one of my favorite colors,” says Hranowsky. “I’m constantly inspired by its notes of earth, sky, and water.”You can see just that in the picture above.
“Fuchsia and golden yellow are colors of equal value,” says Hranowsky, referring to the dense saturation and jewel-like richness of the two hues. “They provide the perfect accent to the turquoise.”
Her groovy desk chair and an angular accent chair sidled up against the wall are perfect examples for contrast.
Hranowsky catalogs her many design resources by hue—a well-plotted rainbow assortment that would make a Pinterest-lover swoon. To avoid visual clutter, her many samples are stored in their assigned drawer in the custom quartzite-topped island.
In the end, a workspace designed to foster your creativity it’s what you should obtain like this amazing studio design.