A private garden area connects all of the interior spaces in this Manhattan penthouse to the outdoors to offer a serene, quiet space in the middle of the city. The design is balanced through a mix of industrial and organic hardscaping materials.
A garden surrounded on two sides by the lower level of this penthouse offers a private oasis for the homeowners, their family and their guests in the heart of Manhattan. Both levels of the home enjoy views of the garden.
A bar made from zinc anchors this sleek, modern kitchen and ties the design to a zinc dining banquette located just out of view. The fronts of the refrigerator and wall ovens sit flush to the understated cabinetry, and a large picture window offers views of Manhattan.
A zinc breakfast bar matches the tones of the veining in the marble backsplash and lower counter for a sleek, modern look in this Manhattan penthouse kitchen. An unadorned window keeps the attention on the views of Midtown and Central Park.
This Manhattan penthouse was fashioned by a previous owner out of storage rooms, a one bedroom apartment and unused space in the building’s decorative turret. Foley Fiore Architecture were tasked by the current owners to remodel the space to update the home to include ample communal living spaces comfortable for a young family with two teenage children. The living room includes a stylish, modern fireplace with a ceiling-mounted daybed swing.
Small marble tiles draw attention to the curved bathroom wall that's tucked against this penthouse's mansard roof. Larger slabs of marble on the side walls and countertops offer a subtle contrast to the accent wall while wrapping the space in elegance.
The living area of this Manhattan penthouse includes separate zones for watching television and gathering around the fire, making this a comfortable retreat in the center of the city for the family of four. Hanging daybeds enjoy the view of Central Park.
A floating teak vanity creates a modern, organic look in this serene bathroom. A limestone countertop is matched to the large wall tiles that surround the room, and a chrome wall sconce adds a touch of glamour.
A unique steel structure supporting the mansard roof of this Manhattan building was exposed during renovation to create a loft-like feeling in the penthouse. A daybed now hangs from one of the girders to provide extra seating in the open living room with a fun touch that might appeal to the family's two teenagers.
Actress Joely Fisher is best known for her roles as Paige Clark on '90s sitcom Ellen, and then later as Joy Stark on 'Til Death. Now she’s opening up her home for HGTV’s Celebrity Holiday Homes. Designer Hillary Thomas combines jewel-toned colors such as teal, amethyst and gold to play off the peacock feathers scattered throughout the holiday decor. Rustic, woodland elements bring the entire look together.