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TEN TIPS 1. “My love for black and white isn’t limited to my interiors. I often wear the classic combination, which is easy, chic, and versatile.” 2. “Design with a dream client in mind. In the living room, I envisioned Tom Ford sitting in the furry chairs sipping a cocktail. I tried to layer the space with his trademark sexy luxuriousness.” 2 1 WARMING UP BLACK AND WHITE Proof that a stark palette doesn’t have to seem severe Written by Sarah Storms • Photographed by Sarah Dorio W hen Atlanta interior designer Lee Kleinhelter was tapped to work on the model apartment in Buckhead’s highest tower, the Sovereign, she was given every decorator’s dream: total creative freedom. And with carte blanche, she made the bold decision to go blanche — and noir. “I go about designing all spaces the same way,”Kleinhelter says. “I ask myself: is this the most interesting it could be?” While a palette of black and white might seem anything but interesting, the designer introduced unexpected elements to add texture and create a compelling visual story. Here’s how she got the look. L 78 Lonny Lonny 79 Lonny 79
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