Peek Inside Grey’s Apartment From Fifty Shades Darker – Last year, the world stopped to watch one of the sexiest movies of the decade: Fifty Shades of Grey. 2017 came and the world is about to stop once again for the second part of the sequel, with Fifty Shades Darker. And if you were impressed by the luxurious Grey’s apartment from the first movie, the second is not less spectacular and is a must-see, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Best Design Projects shares with the stunning interiors of Grey’s apartment and highlights some of the pieces featuring in the movie. Take a look at the extended trailer of Fifty Shades Darker and be inspired!
These are all the products that you can find in Fifty Shades Darker:
Tortuga Chest by Boca do Lobo
Noble, elegant and bright, Tortuga is undeniably an outstanding design piece. It’s a true celebration of the XXI century, faithful to modern materials and lines without forgetting a classic and elegant root. It was created in workshops where manual work always replies to very strict rules, and with a team of qualified craftsmen who strive for excellence.
Lapiaz Centre Table by Boca do Lobo
Lapiaz inspired this unique coffee table. The French word is the name given to the typical karst formations produced by surface dissolution of limestone or dolomite rocks. It can also be caused by freezing and thawing in cold climates. This is how Lapiaz luxury coffee table emerged. Imagine a stone frozen and freshly cracked to show the entire world a rich, golden interior. The polished brass details and mirrored sides attribute this luxury design artwork an artic yet cozy and warm beauty. Definitely, it is a statement piece for the most luxurious interior designs as Christian Grey’s apartment.
Sequoia Center Table by Brabbu
Sequoia is a nature force, an ancient spirit belonging to the largest and tallest trees in the world. The different veneer from the table top shows the passage of the years, enriched by the texture of the brass bark. SEQUOIA proves the beauty of the action of time.
Dakota Single Sofa by Brabbu
BRABBU´s passion for the worldwide cultures aroused the desire to create DAKOTA single sofa, named after an indigenous tribe of Amazon.
Vellum Wall Light by Brabbu
The contemporary lighting piece VELLUM is the elegance of nature transformed by the man’s hand. It comes from the ancient manuscripts, where messages were written in VELLUM, a fine and translucent material. VELLUM wall lamp brings to the spaces the warm light of written stories passed through generations. Composed by hammered brass, its elegance exhales the power of resistance through times as the written stories never dies. Every story you create in your space will be written by the warm contemporary lighting words of VELLUM wall lamp.
Mademoiselle Armoire by Koket
Designed with a profound admiration and influence of the French decorative arts, the Mademoiselle Armoire will transport you to another world in a crazy beautiful kind of way. The filigree metal butterfly doors are backed by decadent fabric and open to a metal leaf interior covered in a high-gloss varnish with 9 antique mirror drawers and 2 adjustable glass shelves.
Exotica Dressing table by Koket
Exuding feelings of fantasy, this highly coveted dressing table is bold, daring and seductive. Her wooden frame is cloaked in an exotic fabric with a complementing metal top, juxtaposed with the mesmerising movements of shimmering glass tassels.
Ike Floor Lamp by Delightfull
Characterised by the rhythmic composition of its elements, reduced shapes, clean lines and lots of black, Ike ﬂoor lamp truly embodies what a Delightfull piece is an elegant look full of reﬁnement and modernity. Ike is the result of a collaboration between a Dutch designer and Delightfull’s design team. Strict northern design rules meet a southern taste.
Coltrane Table Lamp by Delightfull
Merely mention the name Coltrane and you feel a deep connection with innovation and the expressive music in jazz. Taking these powerful connections created by John Coltrane our designers have created a monumental design that will withstand time. With 1, 2 or 3 iron tubes, this lamp stands out with a unique and contemporary visual effect.
Design has always been about the experience. Despite a younger, more digitally savvy and connected world, the fundamentals of the workplace in design remain unchanged. Ultimately, design is about people and relationships. We will always need to consider the entire end user experience, and so space, products, deadlines, budgets and collaborations are the basic needs that a designer must always meet!