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Office Visit: Bedrooms by 2Michaels Interior Design

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Office Visit: Bedrooms by 2Michaels Interior Design

August 21, 2011

New York-based 2Michaels Interior Design (a Remodelista Architect and Designer Directory firm) was founded by Jayne and Joan Michaels, twin sisters from Palm Springs, California, who studied at FIT in NYC and who share a passion for modern architecture and design. Influenced by midcentury masters such as Franco Albini and Gio Ponti during a stint in Milan, the duo is especially adept at using rich color in a way that is both warm and classic, as in this roundup of bedrooms. To see more of the firm's work, go to 2Michaels Interior Design.

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Above: Subtle tones of purple and blue animate this airy white-painted bedroom.

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Above: Shades of blue and gray mix with prints and solids in this pale tableau.

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Above: A collection of velvet pillows in jewel tones adds color and texture to this room.

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Above: An unexpected mix of turquoise, sunflower yellow, and red plays off the midcentury teak bedboard.

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