Collection by Jarret Yoshida Inc.

Chelsea High Line

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Inspired by the High Line itself, we took old abandoned industrial architecture and melded it with sleek contemporary lines and materials to create a vibrant and engaging space. We fused vintage 60s and 70s items from South Florida with pieces inspired by French furniture master, Jean Michel Frank as well as custom pieces designed by our firm. No time period was off limits for this project. We implemented a wide range of texture and pattern to keep our minimalist palette engaging and warm.

Warm solid wood furniture and brass accents make this minimalist kitchen warm and...
Carefully selected neutral patterns and accents ensure that this overscale living and dining room remain calm and...
While preserving the openness of the loft-like floor plan, the apartment has a beautiful dining area dfined by the...
Marble and brass in the master bathroom become even more glamorous with gold-toned accents.
California mid-century modern lamps have their pattern echoed in the contemporary wallpaper by Inspirations.
This vignette overlooking the High Line contains a vintage Fontana Arte side table and vintage slipper chair...
Our view of dynamic life on the High Line inspires our rectangular furniture and elements of nature that we brought...
Mid-century works of art complement a minimalist interior.
Bird feathers from a friend's farm in the Hudson Valley are the right accent for a masculine Wedgewood basaltware cup.
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