To create a dramatic effect in this apartment, designers enlisted the architectural concept of the enfilade, a series of rooms that open into each other, to emphasize the length of the apartment. The series of doorways is what guests see upon first entry to the apartment.
The massive main kitchen (there are two in the apartment) designed by Boffi utilizes stainless steel, Corian (including on the walls) and slab stone construction with double stoves and double ovens, two refrigerators, three sinks and three dishwashers.
Simplicity is key in this Manhattan apartment. Designer Ken Kelly’s goal on this project was to create a kitchen and living space to match the client's lifestyle. He also wanted to carry a consistent theme throughout the living spaces.
This downtown loft showcases luxury and masculine design from the high ceilings to the wall of windows and hardwood floors. Deep blue, black, and gray tones work to create a cozy lounge feel complimented by the concrete and glass railing staircase and dining furniture.
To create a unique, feminine space, designers added geometric wallpaper, incorporating the walls into the design of the apartment. The wallpaper adds the wow factor that the homeowner was looking for in her redesign.
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.
A floating staircase leads upstairs in this contemporary interior design studio to a bright and airy loft. The contemporary black-and-white window seat is the perfect spot to take a break and find a little inspiration.
The details in this space help to bring the eclectic style to life. From a Mid-Century Modern dresser to a rustic, woven basket and thistles, this space brings in several design styles and blends them expertly to create a sophisticated space.
Colorful candle holders and old books top a distressed credenza from One Kings Lane in the transformed apartment designed by HGTV Star contestants Boris Eckey and Abby Vasek. "There's definitely a global feel coming from the accessorizing, but the room as a whole feels overly traditional," Genevieve said.