This kitchen is the epitome of sleek and modern. The space features stainless steel appliances and cabinetry, hardwood floors and monochromatic countertops. The light fixture and frosted glass upper cabinets also give the kitchen a futuristic feel. Design by Andreas Charalambous
Orange throw pillow and area rug add a splash of color to this otherwise neutral living space highlighted by a large natural wood coffee table.
When the home office isn't in use, this room serves as a cozy guest bedroom. A sculptural, burnt orange accent wall adds visual interest to the windowless room. Books, pillows and paintings make it feel homey and inviting.
This open-plan kitchen and dining room is unified by a striking rust-red accent wall that bridges the two spaces. White cabinetry is sleek, with modern lines and integrated appliances. Under-cabinet lights draw attention to the accent wall and provide task lighting for food preparation.
Vintage meets mod in this slim entryway: An ornate ceiling medallion and turned-wood newel post mingle with a sleek graphic pendant and contemporary artwork. A second pendant carries the eye toward the kitchen beyond.
The stone fireplace surround with a hanging flat-screen monitor is the focal point of this family room designed by architect Andreas Charalambous. Extra-cushy modern loungers allow for movie viewing in comfort.
Upon entering the foyer, a view of the stunning traditional staircase is juxtaposed by clean white walls and contemporary lighting – the first example of the seamless transitional style found within the rest of the home.
With neutral walls and soft, natural wood finishes, the tangerine fabric of an Arne Jacobsen swan chair pops in this modern, Mid-Century-inspired living room. Orange pillows carry the chair's fun color onto the neutral sofas. The extra-tall swing arm lamp and low-profile coffee table with exaggerated casters add quiet pops of whimsy.
Layers of texture, from the nubby rug to the nailhead trim on the side chairs, give this living room its presence. The red candlesticks add a pop of color to this space.
A red wall, symbolic of good luck in Chinese tradition, anchors this living area. Low, neutral furniture with built-in side tables sits above a silk handmade Cha-Cha rug by Formaonline.com. Artwork by the architect provides a finishing touch.
Hanging artwork behind the bed is an elegant alternative to getting an expensive headboard. Designer Andreas Charalambous adds the artwork as the sole source of color in this bedroom.