The home's entry flows into the formal living room, so designers went with a simple design to give the space an open, airy and uncluttered feel. A simple, modern bench with muted colored pillows, soft colored artwork and a gray rug define the space and usher guests into the home's living room.
An upholstered bed in a fun shade of lilac creates a feminine focal point in this girl's bedroom. The goal for the space was a room well-suited for a young child but flexible enough to grow with her into her teens. Bold pillows atop the Rogers & Goffigon bedding tie in with a chevron-patterned rug.
Fun, subtle pattern on the walls and chevron-themed accessories bring the perfect combination of sophistication and fun to this New York girl's room. The designer's goal was to create a space well-suited for a young child but flexible enough to grow with her into her teens. An upholstered bed in lilac is a whimsical, custom touch.
To give the homeowners a secondary dining area, designers added a small kitchen table to the end of the island. Designers used the chairs the homeowners had already and mixed them with funky lighting and a vintage buffet that was refinished in a royal blue to add a pop of color to the space.
For this apartment renovation, designer Amy Elbaum relied on simple furnishings and neutral colors for the dining area, coordinating with the kitchen and living room in the open concept space. White walls and gray drapes create a backdrop for the modern dining set that features chrome as the tie-in element. A bubble chandelier completes this stylish look.
Designer Amy Elbaum mixed the couple's existing midcentury collection and artwork with bold new pieces, creating a welcoming space with a curated, gallery feel.
This huge master bedroom space was an enormous, somewhat overwhelming space, so designers decided to bring textured wallpaper to the half wall behind the bed. They then painted the rest of the walls a similar, dark color to create a more intimate and inviting space. To divide the room, a separate seating area in front of the bed creates an additional relaxing space for the homeowners in their master suite.
Bright blue accents and lush plantings brighten this urban terrace, creating an ideal spot to unwind or to entertain friends. A clean-lined woven sofa mixes with basket-weave chairs in a rubbed gold finish, resulting in a comfortable space that's at once modern and cozy. A "wall" of plants behind the seating area adds privacy and turns the space into a true outdoor room.
This girl's bookcase is filled with colorful accessories that pop against the white shelves. The designer worked to create a neutral transitional space that was well-suited for a young child but flexible enough to grow with her into her teens.
Because of the soaring ceiling heights in the master bedroom, designers used darker colors to create a more intimate and inviting space. They also brought in larger accent pieces such as this oversized mirror and dresser to help make the room feel less overwhelming.
Carefully placed translucent accents in the bar area play up the modern design of the kitchen and give the space a more pristine aesthetic. The white countertop, walls and cabinetry showcase each decorative item of color, such as the gold drinking glasses on the table and the orchid plant in its gold vase. The lucite barstools also complement the look.
This sleek and stylish media wall features a small white cabinet for storing movies and other entertainment essentials. The wall-mounted TV and sleek console complement the neutral living room's modern aesthetic.
The upholstered daybed bench in this modern guest bedroom offers a comfy place for visitors to take an afternoon nap or enjoy the view by the window. A sleek small nightstand serves as handy storage space, while the large picture windows fill the space with natural light.
In this New York bedroom, the designer's goal was to create a space well-suited for a young child but flexible enough to grow with her into her teens. Weitzner wallpaper is a fun yet subtle backdrop for lilac and fuchsia fabrics. Bold pillows atop the Rogers & Goffigon bedding tie in with a chevron-patterned pouf in the room's cozy sitting nook.
Comfortable yet resplendent in style, this apartment design by Amy Elbaum is a testament to urban living. By using neutral colors and a simple design aesthetic, Elbaum could accent the space with pops of color, unusual decorative pieces and, of course, the spectacular view from the windows.
To separate the master bedroom from the master bathroom, a half wall was installed to establish the boundaries for both spaces.