This open concept living and dining room is comfortable and communal, making this space great for entertaining. Filling in the "TV Hole" above the fireplace is functional pull-out storage. Updated finishes and light airy colors create a relaxing but warm environment.
Much like the Museum of Modern Art, this New York living room feels effortlessly curated, with a Greco-Roman bust and pop art-inspired wallpaper driving the design. A midcentury modern armchair invites the homeowner to sit and reflect in his private gallery.
To make this master bedroom suite feel big and open, a partial wall was constructed to visually separate the bathroom from the bed area. Floor-length mirrors also add to the illusion of a larger space.
Stepping back from the bed reveals a large, royal blue nightstand with room underneath for storage. When paired with the bird statue, area rug and patterned curtain, the nightstand easily accentuates the blue hues around the room.
A partial wall was added to this master suite to separate the sleeping area from the bathroom. It also provides a convenient backdrop for a handsome olive midcentury sofa and starburst mirror.
In this smaller New York City home, space was at a premium and the dining area was very close to the entryway. The table and pendant help define it and keep it separate but harmonious as people come into the house. The dining table was customized by adding copper table legs to a wood tabletop. The designers picked up the copper accents in the lighting and place settings.
This master bathroom was designed as an ultimate couples retreat with double sinks, double shower heads and a two-person tub. Houseplants—both on the floor and hanging—add a welcome organic note into the mix.
To ensure that the master bedroom was equal parts playful and dramatic, the designer paired a tufted headboard with modern bedside lamps. Throw pillows in a variety of styles and textures enhance the eclectic look, inviting the homeowner to relish in comfort.