The designer kept detail, color and form intentionally minimal to make this compact condo seem larger and airier. The all-white palette puts the focus on the unit's ocean views, as well as the client's colorful collection of art and accessories.
When they need to drive somewhere, the owners can slip out the back door and follow a set of stairs to this private parking area. A low-level wood fence surrounds this outdoor space and offers a sense of security.
This modern condo features a great room with gray sectional sofa, wall art with gold portrait lights, a pair of teal wingback chairs, a kitchen with bar top, and a loft living space with cable railing.
Though defined by clean lines, brick walls and industrial-style railings, the exterior of this condo still feels warm and approachable thanks to a wooden front door. Silver address numbers shine overhead and ensure that guests find the right residence.
On the top floor, an enclosed deck allows the owners to take advantage of DC's sunnier days. When they're not lounging on the wicker sectional, feet propped up on the ottoman, they can wander around and soak up views of the city.
This modern loft condo kitchen features exposed brick walls, custom white cabinets with stainless hardware, glass globe pendant lights, white marble countertop, and antique mirrored tile backsplash with white floating shelves.
This modern beachfront condo features an open living space with ample natural light as well as silver clustered pendant lighting, circular wooden dining table and chairs, gray sectional sofa, and a gray area rug atop white marble floors.
The first thing guests see when they walk through the front door? Soaring ceilings, recessed lighting and a metal-and-wood staircase that leads to the home's second level. Because the condo has such an open floor plan, the designers used large area rugs to visually give the owners a distinct "dining room" and "sitting area."