This interesting console that divides the foyer from the living room of this Haddad Hakansson-designed Boston penthouse features white, flat-front drawers set within a textured wood chest. Simple metal pulls complete the look.
This Boston penthouse, redesigned by Haddad Hakansson Design Studio, correlates its view with each feature of the home. Shown here, as night falls on the city, diners can bring its ambiance right to the table; the simple lines of the furnishings and subdued color palette unite with the architectural profile of the cityscape.
The living room of this gorgeous penthouse renovation, crafted by Haddad Hakansson Design Studio, plays up a contemporary styling with its furnishings' clean and sleek lines, subdued color palette and neat-as-a-pin accessory choices. The modern artwork above the sectional provide an interesting pop of color and draws the eye to its presence in the room.
This master bedroom, designed by Haddad Hakansson Design Studio, follows the sleek lines found in the rest of the home, yet here a more traditional design aesthetic is observable. The rich brown platform bed and bedding and the splash of color in the bed pillows anchor the room, while the large dark wood mirror and landscape art complement their effect.
Haddad Hakansson designed this small kitchen employing a neutral color palette, integrated appliances and sleek cabinetry to amplify space and to allow the Boston view to become a prominent feature. In this photo, a glass cooktop and a small range hood were set amid the kitchen cabinetry, with small mosaic tile providing a continuous effect. The cabinets are rift frameless oak with a gray wash.
Step outside this Boston penthouse apartment and feast your eyes on the private patio area that parallels its indoor loveliness. Simply designed patio furniture in gray metal, with bright blue upholstered cushions, is a comfortable addition to the space. The designers of Haddad Hakansson used large stone tiles for the floor and added a light blue stone wall for privacy. The blue colors used throughout is an outstanding choice to blend with the glass windows and outside environment.
Sleek and stylish, this Boston penthouse boasts a view of the city that takes one's breath away! Designers of Haddad Hakanssson blanketed the exterior walls beyond this staircase with panes of glass that show Boston in all its urban glory-- touching the sky from the second floor.
This Boston penthouse's winding staircase not only showcases its ultra hip style but allows for an uninterpreted city view as one climbs each wooden tread to the second floor. Other remarkable and interesting features are the modern cafe table in metal and glass placed underneath the stairs and the gorgeous console chest and artwork that diverge from the all-white color palette.
This photo shows this Boston penthouse from the foyer, featuring a modern spiral staircase and a living room of sleek, contemporary furnishings, The unusual angles of the ceiling help draw the eye upward and toward the wall of windows that projects the magnificent city view. The artwork is imaginative and enhances the subtle color tones of the living room decor.
Not only is it difficult to concentrate on one's work with this fabulous view of Boston within sight but the furnishings in this home office also reflect a calm, relaxing air. The gray desk chair and love seat complement the taupe walls and carpet, while the colorful, contemporary paintings project color and airiness simultaneously.
The neutral-hued kitchen of this Boston penthouse allows the view out its windows to play a major role in the decor. Simple ash brown pendant lights hang above the counter and sink areas, while the oak cabinetry features a gray wash finish that blend well with the selected flooring. White walls and countertops complete the contemporary design.
Designers focused on clean lines and sleek fixtures in their redesign of this Boston's penthouse's master bathroom and used a subdued white and brown color palette for a unified look. The single sink vanity, mirror, and modern wall sconces tie in with the tile flooring and and the material and trim used on the walls and in the shower stall. And, the dark brown, textured shower wall panel is a showstopper.
There is no question this Boston penthouse's powder room salutes the eye-popping styles of the 1960s, with its large-patterned, floral wallpaper in yellow and brown. Yet, the white pedestal lavatory, lighted mirror and cone-shaped wall sconces present the look of today. All in all, it's a wonderfully designed room!