White stone slabs create a crisp, sleek atmosphere in this spa bathroom that features a luxurious soaking tub, glass-enclosed shower and skyline views. Beautiful walnut floors bring a natural grounding to the space.
The backdrop to this glass enclosed shower is a stunning panoramic view of the Chicago skyline. Large gray tiles are used throughout the shower, while simple brushed nickel fixtures finish off the minimalistic look of the space.
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.
Designer Amy Elbaum selected a modern-styled wingback chair in navy blue to place in the corner of the living room in this apartment redesign. Not only is the chair comfortable, but it also displays great style against the urban skyline out the window. The furry white pillow provides a whimsical touch.
Like many of the rooms in this penthouse, the kitchen features a floor-to-ceiling window that provides a stunning view of the Chicago skyline. A white dining table and chairs make casual dining a cinch, while sleek white cabinets and a stainless steel backsplash complete the minimalistic look of the space.
The large dining room is perfect for entertaining intimate parties or grand scale events. It features a paneled, exotic wood ceiling, floor-to-ceiling frameless glass panels overlooking one of the terraces and southern views of Lincoln Center and the Freedom Tower.
A wild blend of patterns—big floral wallpaper and a multicolored striped rug—make a bold style impression in this modern bedroom. White walls, cabinets and doors serve as a muted backdrop, setting off the excitement.
The grand living room (over 1500 square feet!) provides panoramic skyline views via over 65 feet of floor-to-ceiling windows and contains two sitting areas, a free-floating fireplace, bar and drop-down movie screen.
A long white vanity runs the length of this modern bathroom, ending at the elevated bathtub overlooking a gorgeous city view. The stark color palette, large mirrors and glass-enclosed shower make the bathroom appear larger than it actually is. A zig-zag-shaped chair adds a touch of contrast.
This master bathroom is easy on the eyes thanks to a bay window with views of the Seattle skyline. A soaking tub with a wide rim encourages the owners to keep towels, books and glasses of wine on hand.
This three-level home, with approximately 9,235 square feet of living space, was originally built circa 1904 by C.O. Perry, a wealthy San Francisco banker. The home underwent a $30 million restoration to retain its original architectural detail while bringing the property into the 21st century. Secluded on Belvedere Island's southeastern crest, the Greek Revival-style masterpiece offers unobstructed 270-degree views that encompass the San Francisco city skyline, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, Angel Island and the picturesque waters of the bay.
Floor-to-ceiling windows wrap around the stunning, spacious living room offering spectacular round-the-clock New York City views. Multiple seating areas offer intimate settings for small or large groups.
A sloped shower floor and linear drain system eliminates the need for a shower door, creating universal access and a feeling of openness. The plank tile is continued vertically up the rear shower wall, while the other walls are tiled in iridescent white porcelain for maximum reflection of natural light. Because the window offers spectacular city skyline views, a curtain of beaded crystal is hung to create a permeable layer of privacy and to represent falling beads of water. Living orchids decorate the shower wall to complete the serene, spa-like design.
Inside the wet room, a sloped shower floor and linear drain system eliminates the need for a shower door, creating universal access and a feeling of openness. The plank tile is continued vertically up the rear shower wall, while the adjacent walls are tiled in iridescent white porcelain for maximum reflection of natural light. Because the window offers spectacular city skyline views, a curtain of beaded crystal is hung to create a permeable layer of privacy and to represent falling beads of water. The installation of a living orchids wall completes the experience of showering outdoors within the city.
Evening light and a window view creates a gorgeous setting for this intimate dining space. Neutral benches sit on either side of a low, dark dining table. Candlelight illuminates the champagne ice for a sparkling finish.