The master suite project involved moving walls for a closet expansion, a bathroom gut job, and removing all traces of the dark, dated furnishings that closed in the space. We used a neutral base palette with soft blue touches and layered in heirloom-quality textiles, elegant lighting, and lots of texture.
This small kitchen makes efficient use of space with wall-to-wall dark brown cabinets and a large island that not only provides additional storage space, but a countertop area for casual dining. Sleek black countertops provide a glossy contrast to the neutral tiled backsplash and floors.
Neutral wood cabinets with glass doors show off a lovely display of fine dishes and glassware in this contemporary kitchen. A gorgeous bright blue backsplash shimmers behind row upon row of hanging wine glasses.
The owner's affection for Moroccan details inspired custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors and special finishes that are woven through the interior of SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while maintaining the modern visual and spatial language inherent in SPG's design.
A deep blue cabinet off the main dining room holds hand painted Mexican beverage pitchers and glasses. Orange and white patterned tile and a light blond wood paneling are a visual contrast to the deep blue cupboard.
With entryway space being limited, a geometric cabinet from CB2 gave this family of three a much-needed landing pad for shoes, keys and mail. Shoes can be stored inside and the top is an easy catch-all. The small ottoman is just right for putting on and taking off shoes.