If you are not familiar with The Wing, you need to be … asap! It is a new work space and women’s club that has opened in New York, which according to their website is designed to be a,

“Work and social space designed for convenience and connection”.

Along with it acting as a home base for women, it is designed to perfection carefully combining contemporary cool with feminine chic (my favorite combo!). With touches of blush pink, terrazzo tiles and perfectly styled wall to wall shelving, this ladies club is on everyones list of cool spaces. After spending some time swooning over their interiors, I noticed that there were a few elements from their beautiful interiors that I am definitely going to keep in mind in the upcoming year. Check out the design of The Wing below and some tips I have picked up from their impeccably styled space. Also be sure to check out their website for optimum swooning.

Design Tips I Picked Up The Wing

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Symmetry Is Key: I hear people say often that they do not like symmetry in design. While it can be boring if used too much, this is a perfect example of mixing eclectic pieces in a perfect balance to create a lovely interior harmony.
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Shelving As A Gallery Wall: Lately I have been seeing shelving walls that are mixed with amazing books, great artwork and sculptural objects. This mix creates an amazing gallery wall. Something to consider next time you are styling a shelf.
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Pink Terrazzo For The Win: This is the year of terrazzo and these pink terrazzo side tables are everything. This is the trend to incorporate into your style this year.
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Embrace Light Woods: Light woods are really having a moment. I talk about them a lot (see here). Combining pastels with light woods is a perfect mix.
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When In Doubt .. Put a Palm Leaf In A Vase: This look is something I do all the time at my house. I buy large palm leafs (for about £3 each) and place one in a vase. They make the best centrpieces for the dining table or a side table. Easiest, chicest and cheapest way to add in some greenery. (Plus they last for weeks and weeks).

Images sourced via Images via The Wing | Curbed

 

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