But fear not, fellow furniture fanatics, Barnebys can help your decoration dreams come true. We chose one of our recent Instagram posts and picked out items from Barnebys’ website to match the look.

31136723_225044441594256_3940897386187980800_n The early 2000s Upper East Side townhouse of Delphine and Reed Krakoff. Al Held’s mid 60s painting ’Black and White VII’ hangs behind Jean Arp’s bronze ’Fruit Agressif’ (1965-66). A 1930s Marc DuPlantier chair is placed in front of a straw marquetry screen by Jean-Michel Frank. The armchairs are by Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann and the bust on the 1950s Jean Prouvé table is by Boris Lovet-Lorski. The coffee table is by George Nakashima and the 1940s Cogolin carpet is designed by Henri Gonse. Alexander Liberman’s sculpture ’Aim’ (1987) stands in the courtyard. Image: Instagram

While you may not be able to buy this kind of light for your place, your current windows have to do, there are other ways to completely redo your living room to recreate the feeling of the room above.

Let’s start with the coffee table, which we feel is one of the most important parts of the living room, around which all the other furniture will be placed. This asymmetrical coffee table by George Nakashima has the same rustic feeling as the one in the insta post - hardly a surprise knowing that the table in the picture is made by the same designer.

We feel like sculpture is the new litograph and we like both the classical and the more modernist works found at Barnebys. We picked out a couple of favorites to match the ones in the interior above.

The couch! We tried to recreate the combination between the rustic wood coffee table and the clean couch. The favorites below is originally created by some of the most prominent designers in the 20th century: Kaare Klint, Carl Malmsten, Gio Ponti and Vladimir Kagan.

We couldn’t find any good tub shaped armchairs to match the white ones by Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann in the picture. But there is some pieces in the same caliber. We especially fancy the chairs by Pierre Jeanneret - but who doesn’t?

One real special detail in the interior above is the left corner arrangement with the folding screen - the piece of furniture you never knew you needed. To find a good chair, a side table and a lamp might be easy, maybe you already have pieces you love at home, but a folding screen is not as accessible. But no worries, we found two folding screens for you - again created by design royalty - Pierre Jeanneret and Charles and Ray Eames.

With a rather minimal style of interior decoration, you should top the space of with a colorful and eye-catching piece of art. That gorgeous living room of yours deserves it. The American art dealer Zatista is a great place for finding abstract paintings filled with movement and color.

This comes to show that with Barnebys vast list of houses and dealers, it’s easy to create the interior of your dreams.
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