Move effortlessly between kitchen, living room and dining space in this open-plan condo featuring metal accents and rich blues countering soft neutral upholstery and leather. Highlights include a gray sectional sofa, blue and white patterned rug, brown leather ottoman coffee table, and metallic arc lamp.
The walls of this modern, gothic dining room are covered in raw steel, contrasting with neo-Baroque acrylic chairs by Acrila and a dramatic polycarbonite fixture by Zaha Hadid. This contrast of materials creates layers of depth in a high-rise condo that's filled with natural light.
To bring a bold look to the breakfast counter without breaking the budget, designer Caitlin McCarthy opted for a wallpaper that mimics a popular cement tile pattern. The counter and barstools serve as the primary dining area in this compact city condo, leaving room for a larger living area.
The entry of Chris' condo is a mash-up of classic menswear and midcentury modern styles. A black, silver and gold pinstripe wallpaper from Graham & Brown covers the walls while a brass helix-style chandelier purchased for $200 from a flea market lights the space.
The white leather sectional and supersized flokati area rug give this downtown condo a lush and modern feel. The hand painted art adds visual interest to the wall space while the view does the rest of the work.
Designer Brian Paquette packs this small condo's living room with loads of style. Large windows fill the space with ample light and highlight the metal bookshelf, round coffee table and simple black and white striped rug. Hot pink flowers add a pop of bright color to the mostly neutral palette.
This vacation condo, located on the Delaware shore, is a special getaway place for the homeowners. They wanted a relaxed yet elegant master bedroom that didn't feel overly beachy, and designer Shelley Rodner accomplished just that with a soft green color palette, custom damask bedding and beautiful wicker furniture.
From the watery blue accent wall to the closet door crafted from reclaimed barn wood, it's the details that make the master bedroom of this oceanfront condo as picturesque as its view. Layered bedding adds richness and elegance to the space, while a shag rug provides softness underfoot.
To really maximize the condo's floor plan, designer Caitlin Murray added two wire-backed barstools to the kitchen island. Now the owners can enjoy a meal together without having to comprise any of their living room with a dining table.
This 1,952-square-foot condo actually has three bedrooms, one of which is located just off the living room. Thus, frosted barn doors were a smart choice for the space, as they can easily be pulled closed whenever guests need privacy *or* left open to maintain the flowing floor plan.