David Collins MahaNakhon
For those that know me there is no hiding that I am a huge David Collins fan and so when I saw images of the Sales Apartment in MahaNakhon, Bangkok, I was in heaven. These luxurious interiors are mind blowing with a sensuous colour palette, rich textures, exquisite furniture pieces, stunning light fittings and sublime artwork. It really captures the essence of this iconic building. Every little detail has been thoroughly thought and words cannot express what I feel when I look at these interiors.
They are simply a pure surge of ‘minimalist luxury’, definitely at it’s best. I am literally entranced and can honestly gaze at these pictures all day. Perfect for an inspirational Tuesday morning!
So what do you think? Have they managed to cast a spell on you 😉
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Images David Collins, photographer: Richard Powers.
Will @ Bright.Bazaar29th March 2011 at 11:51 am
The use of blues and purples is divine. Thanks for sharing with us, Ari! xx
heather jenkinson29th March 2011 at 12:06 pm
This is interesting… Although it's not my particular dialogue, I appreciate how thorough and precise he is with his colour palettes.
Carole29th March 2011 at 12:06 pm
They are beautiful. Restrained and understated but simply oozing luxury. Divine. xx
Fresh Design Blog29th March 2011 at 8:25 pm
I love all the blues, they work so well together. There are some gorgeous pieces of furniture there too.
aroundmytable30th March 2011 at 7:21 am
I'm happy to have found your blog today 🙂 Fantastic inspirations. Oh and here I love the calmness and simplicity of the bedroom, gorgeous!
Jimmy The Undercover Designer30th March 2011 at 11:36 am
Very elegant is what immediately comes to mind. I like them in many ways, but I thought that as restrained as the palette is, there were some "busy" elements, like the rugs with the curtains. I appreciate the amount of details in everything, but I would have restrained it even a bit more.
Suki@Fantabulous Design3rd April 2011 at 2:23 am
I like the colour palettes, it's calm and peaceful which what we need in a bustel Bangkok. Add a bit of yellow and gold to freshen up the whole look also give a feel of luxury for the apartment. I agree with Jimmy about the "busy" elements 😛
Thanks for the update, I'll go back to Bangkok the end of the year to visit my family and I will definitely check it out!
Sasaya Burana5th May 2011 at 12:27 pm
Thank you for sharing. This building is coming up next to my bestfriend's apartment in Bangkok.
Really love use of colour – very unique interior for Thailand!
Interior Designers London11th October 2011 at 6:24 am
Very elegant designs, especially the beautiful color combination. Nice work!! Well done.