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My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
neutral palettes, it’s a joy to see someone create a home that celebrates bold color and shows off personal collections.Full story: Candy-Colored Collections Wow in Manhattan
A place for going wild with color. Imagine if you had a hideaway as vibrant in color and art as Frida Kahlo’s Blue House in Coyoacan
Every surface of Engelbach’s 800-square-foot apartment is stamped with playful nostalgia.Decorative furniture painter Kerry Beasley, one of her closest friends, transformed a plain white table by adding a leopard pattern to the base. Instead of a traditional chain sleeve for her pink chandelier, Engelbach
I can hear people comment about it from the street,” she says. Painted shelves hold a teacup collection from her grandmother. “One of [my grandmother’s] talents was embellishing and painting china,” Engelbach says. “Not only did I receive her name, but her passion of collecting as well.” Dining table:
1. Make a statementDress your walls in high-voltage fuchsia (a vibrant pinky purple) for a look that’s daring and packs a punch. In this contemporary breakfast nook, the pink-tinged walls are eye-catching and energetic, while modern decor in dark, moody