Not only is it difficult to concentrate on one's work with this fabulous view of Boston within sight but the furnishings in this home office also reflect a calm, relaxing air. The gray desk chair and love seat complement the taupe walls and carpet, while the colorful, contemporary paintings project color and airiness simultaneously.
The elegance of this modern kitchen is highlighted by the sculptural range hood, marble backsplash and waterfall countertops. These elegant features help to accentuate the beautiful views of the Boston cityscape that spreads out beneath the condo.
The neutral-hued kitchen of this Boston penthouse allows the view out its windows to play a major role in the decor. Simple ash brown pendant lights hang above the counter and sink areas, while the oak cabinetry features a gray wash finish that blend well with the selected flooring. White walls and countertops complete the contemporary design.
The contemporary rooftop living room has 360-degree view of Boston with views of the Hancock Building, Copley Square and Beacon Street. Wood plank insets help define the seating area, which centers around a sleek fire pit. Beautiful plantings line the edge of the rooftop.
Sleek and stylish, this Boston penthouse boasts a view of the city that takes one's breath away! Designers of Haddad Hakanssson blanketed the exterior walls beyond this staircase with panes of glass that show Boston in all its urban glory-- touching the sky from the second floor.
A pergola provides shade and leads out to a contemporary outdoor living area. The rooftop terrace has stunning views of Boston, including the Hancock Building, Copley Square and Beacon Street. Photography by Andy Caulfield
This Boston penthouse's winding staircase not only showcases its ultra hip style but allows for an uninterpreted city view as one climbs each wooden tread to the second floor. Other remarkable and interesting features are the modern cafe table in metal and glass placed underneath the stairs and the gorgeous console chest and artwork that diverge from the all-white color palette.
This Boston penthouse, redesigned by Haddad Hakansson Design Studio, correlates its view with each feature of the home. Shown here, as night falls on the city, diners can bring its ambiance right to the table; the simple lines of the furnishings and subdued color palette unite with the architectural profile of the cityscape.
This photo shows this Boston penthouse from the foyer, featuring a modern spiral staircase and a living room of sleek, contemporary furnishings, The unusual angles of the ceiling help draw the eye upward and toward the wall of windows that projects the magnificent city view. The artwork is imaginative and enhances the subtle color tones of the living room decor.
Located just sixteen miles outside of Boston, this newly built Lighthouse style home elegantly pays deference to the Manor Home farther up the hill, while still being casual enough to compliment the property's other summer cottage next door. The two lower structures, the Lighthouse and the summer cottage, share an intimate garden that is tucked away behind the stone retaining wall.
Haddad Hakansson designed this small kitchen employing a neutral color palette, integrated appliances and sleek cabinetry to amplify space and to allow the Boston view to become a prominent feature. In this photo, a glass cooktop and a small range hood were set amid the kitchen cabinetry, with small mosaic tile providing a continuous effect. The cabinets are rift frameless oak with a gray wash.
A warm, cozy contemporary space that showcases locally sourced furnishings and art, the living room of HGTV Urban Oasis 2013 offers breathtaking views of Boston's Public Garden, Beacon Street and Charles River. A sectional upholstered in a soft linen/cotton blend boxweave fabric invites relaxation.
Located just 35 miles from the heart of Boston, this oceanfront home offers a panoramic view of the surrounding dunes and water. Windows stretch wall-to-wall on the home's exterior, illuminating it at night. A stone wall lines the perimeter of the property.
Glossy woods fill this masculine home office in the Boston brownstone. An Ikat area rug grounds the seating area in front of the wood and stone fireplace. Built-in cabinets provide tons of storage and wrap around the room into the bay window. A sleek desk has views of Boston beyond.
This modern, elegant space has magnificent views of the Boston Commons and the city of Boston. The massive floor to ceiling windows give this room a clear line of sight to all the city's finest attractions while letting in plenty of natural light. A sophisticated, neutral color palette, with honey tones and hints of green, add a natural, soothing undertone to the space, giving the family a fantastic place to enjoy their views and unwind after a long day.
Striped white-and-cream wallpaper sets the scene for this sophisticated home office for the lady of the house. Built-in bookshelves flank the window that has lovely views of Boston, while a simple wood desk sits in front.
On either side of the newly built home, stone towers pay homage to the World War II-era submarine towers that dot the island. These towers offer expansive 180-degree views of the Boston harbor and skyline.