The home's master suite, with ornate moldings, ebony floors and a spacious spa bathroom, rivals even the most luxurious hotels. A posh sitting area with two armchairs provides a spot for intimate conversation.
The home features a magnificent two-story foyer, which boasts ebony floors that make a dramatic statement against neutral walls and white molding. An ornate wrought iron railing fits with the home's Italianate style.
The home's sophisticated open plan kitchen boasts ornate white millwork and slabs of white marble punctuated with ebony floors. The kitchen flows into a lovely dining area with a long wooden dining table and dazzling crystal chandelier.
Dark woods like mahogany and cherry can feel heavy when set against carpeting, rugs, curtains and too much color and texture. But designer Abbi Williams uses white walls and ceilings and an ebony floor color to bring balance to this room. Dark mixed with light strikes a harmonious note here.
Floors throughout the apartment are made from 6-inch wide ebony stained white oak. They're a grounding pairing with walls of glass that offer up incredible panoramas of New York City's most iconic vistas.
Layered white linens keep this master bedroom feeling fresh, while ebony nightstands and dark hardwood floors keep it grounded. Acrylic lamps and gauzy white sheers allow natural light to filter through the space.
Painting the paneling and beams white, instead of their former dark brown, brightens and modernizes the living room and bar area. Floors were finished in an ebony stain to further set the stage for lots of colorful accents.
A built-in ebony wood buffet offers a rich contrast to the sleek, neutral walls, curtains, flooring and dining chairs in this modern dining space. The modern frosted glass dining table adds interest to the space without overwhelming it.
This room is set apart by its bold artwork and colorfully vibrant floral arrangement. These bright colors pop against the backdrop of cool white chairs and ebony furnishings and flooring. The oversized lampshades give the space a mod, urban look.
This look from the desk shows the ebony-stained oak wood door that opens to the stair landing that connects this home office to the guest bedroom, guest bathroom and master suite. All of these key spaces are located on the second floor of this extensively remodeled urban home.
An Italian serpentine walnut three-drawer commode, a Tuscan carved giltwood mirror and an 18th century English chinoiserie tall case clock are in the foyer designed by Jacquelynne P. Lanham Designs for the Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The black-and-white floor has a zig-zag pattern. On the commode are two gold Ormolu ornaments on lucite bases and a pair of 1930’s Chinese green hardstone lamps with lavender shades. Two 19th century regency-style chairs with an ebony finish are underneath framed original landscape oils by Tyler Colgan.