This open-concept living space keeps the magnificent view obstruction-free from all angles. The low sight line furniture helps to keep it even more unobstructed creating the perfect venue to enjoy the view or entertain. The soft gray and white hues make the space inviting and cozy.
For this Hoboken condo living room renovation, designer Amy Elbaum chose contemporary furnishings, a neutral color palette and pops of color to amplify the city view out the homeowners' windows. The simple, gray window treatments do not distract from the magnificent scene beyond, and they blend well with the sofa and area rug for a cohesive look.
Walls of windows flood this urban dwelling with natural light from multiple angles and also supply those inside with unbelievable city views. Simple furniture keeps the focus on the room's surroundings while also providing a comfortable spot to relax and take it all in.
A wooden game table and chairs in this modern New York City loft looks out onto the Highline through giant window walls. The living room holds mostly neutral furniture that complement the light hardwood floors and abundance of natural light.
Traditional furniture dressed up in more contemporary upholstery give this pretty blue living room a transitional style. Leaving the walls mostly unadorned makes the surrounding city view even more spectacular.
Low horizontal furnishings not only create clean lines in this contemporary living room, they guarantee unobstructed city views out the French doors. The room's neutral palette gets a color infusion thanks to the large plant in the corner and some teal pillows on the couch.
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.
Concrete ceilings and columns are paired with French oak hardwood floors in this minimalistic living room, while floor-to-ceiling windows provide a panoramic view of the Chicago skyline. The open nature of the living space allows for easy transition between the dining, living and kitchen areas.
This apartment has beautiful skyline views of which floor to ceiling windows take full advantage. To add to the bright feel, designers selected furnishings in light neutral tones, using a mix of materials to layer in texture and depth.