The feature wall in the living area sets the tone for the apartment.
Weiss took advantage of the vast wall space by creating a gallery display of art. Spanning the gamut of styles and origins, the pieces are hung asymmetrically, lending to the organic feel of the space. While the thought of fitting all of her artwork was a bit daunting in the beginning, this is now Weiss's favorite spot in her home. "I somehow managed to fit it in and actually add to it from time to time," she says.
Sofa: Charles Series, B&B Italia
Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
Asymmetrical balance because if a line was split through the middle of the room it would not be evenly matched. - webuser_518927664