Concealed behind pocket doors that help it blend into the wall when not in use, this bar boasts remarkably rich storage despite its small size. “This bar was designed and fabricated in American walnut for an apartment on Central Park West in New York City,” says architect James Wagman. It not only includes storage for 32 bottles of wine, a full supply of spirits, and glassware and other essentials, but even features integrated lighting.
This beautiful bathroom, part of the master bedroom suite, has all the daintiness of a flower. Instead of filling the space with pattern, a few strips are carefully selected, then accented by the glossy floating vanity and gray-stained flooring.
This fresh bedroom features a neutral tufted headboard positioned against a blue-gray wall. A white sconce hangs above the square wooden nightstand with rounded edges, while a vase of white flowers adds a bit of natural decor.
This elegant living room, located in a Central Park West apartment, beams with a warm, hardwood interior and coffered ceiling. Light blue accents soften the dark space.