Posh New York Penthouse Designed for Her

Bold floral accent walls and jewel-toned furnishings make this modern penthouse in New York feel unapologetically feminine. When she's not conquering the Urban Jungle outside her door, the queen of the castle can kick back and relax in her ultra-glamorous palace.

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Photo By: lauren rubin architecture

Living Room Shines With Jewel Tones

Thanks to its crystal chandelier, sapphire blue sofa and amethyst accents, this modern Fifth Avenue penthouse looks as elegant as a precious gem. Tall windows and low-level furnishings fill the space with natural light and showcase the stunning city views just outside.

Floral Accent Wall Blooms Behind TV

Blush-colored roses bloom on the opposite side of the space, creating a display that distracts from the sleek TV. A textured buffet below offers storage for DVDs and complements the room's metallic accessories.

Metallic-Infused Dining Area

For a truly polished look, architect Lauren Rubin continued those jewel tones into the open dining area. Here, four modern chairs with golden seats warm the white walls and create a luxe corner for entertaining.

Bright White Galley Kitchen

Around the corner, large cabinets and wood floors comprise the galley kitchen. To help the narrow space feel more airy and open, architect Lauren Rubin introduced large windows, recessed lighting and all-white furnishings.

Open Shelves, Clutter-Free Counters

Open shelves keep dinnerware in reach and ensure that the kitchen counters remain clutter-free. With space right beside the window, the owners can prep for dinner while enjoying views of the city below.

Hallway With Modern Chandelier

Rather than fill the hall with decor, designer Lauren Rubin kept the space minimal and allowed the modern chandelier to be the star. When placed against the room's white walls, the piece positively shines.

Master Suite Is Pretty in Pink

Soft pink walls, pretty floral prints and rich velvet blankets make this master suite decidedly feminine and romantic. A tufted headboard and gilded decor complete the space and invite the queen of the castle to relish in her surroundings.

Spacious Closet With Double Doors

Closet doors inlaid with mirrors help the master bedroom feel even larger. With a chair just to the left, the owner has a spot to put on her shoes or store her jacket after a night out.

Built-In Shelves for More Storage

Pulling back those double doors reveals floor-to-ceiling shelves for shoes, clothes and even towels. Recessed lighting above illuminates the space for easy-viewing.

Retro Color Palette & Accents

With a white, black and pink color palette, this master suite seems to nod to the '50s. An antique chandelier, Art Deco console table and vintage poster further the retro feel.

Hallway Features Abstract Art

To help the master suite and its attached bath look more cohesive, the designers introduced abstract artwork that complements each space's color palette.

Edgy & Modern Master Bathroom

Where the master suite was soft and pink, the attached bath is dark and dramatic thanks to sleek black floors and cabinets. A marble backsplash in the shower adds interest to the room and accentuates its edgy look.

Stylish Vanity for Getting Ready

Sleek black cabinets and a faux-fur stool create the perfect vanity for getting ready in the morning. Sconces flank the mirror on either side to give the lady of the house plenty of light.

Soothing Blue Guest Bedroom

Neutral bed linens and minimal decor keep the second bedroom soft and serene for visitors. A wood side table and fresh flowers complement the blues and make the space feel a little more natural.

Guest Bath With Scale Backsplash

Down the hall, a small teal and white bathroom gives guests their own space to freshen up. Where white walls and a chrome sink make the design feel clean, a fish scale backsplash adds beautiful visual interest.