These light wool curtains run floor-to-ceiling, giving the window in this small bedroom a dramatic and larger feel. Custom furniture, including a 10 inches deep built-in storage unit utilizes every foot of space and eliminates the need for bulky dressers.
Built-in cabinets and shelves create a custom entertainment center for this beige bedroom. Neutral floor-to-ceiling curtains blend seamlessly with the wall color to visually heighten and expand the space. Hand-scraped hardwood flooring adds a touch of rustic charm to the room's elegant design.
One of the major treats in Tina and Jared’s home is the loft-like setting. Walls that reach over 10 feet high allow for light to stream in. Skylights above the living area and kitchen are a big part of the sunny interior. It's perfect for a home where plants are in abundance.
Using the same engineered stone for the backsplash and counter creates a seamless look. “The same material carries its way up and has the same veining from the actual countertop all the way to the ceiling,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Floor-to-ceiling steel windows fill this contemporary dining room with natural light while emphasizing the spacious setup. The neutral palette is emphasized, with subtly colored artwork and tabletop centerpieces.
Living larger than its footprint — thanks to expansive 12-foot ceilings — this bright room centers around the modern fireplace. Neutral furnishings let marsh views through the floor-to-ceiling windows take center stage.
Stunning city views are what give this Upper East Side NYC penthouse its real wow factor. Open floor-to-ceiling windows allow for great scenery and natural light. The glass table looks bold and bright with its red accents and light-reflecting quality.
The living room's contemporary white upholstered chaise lounge, white floor lamps, antique wood side tables, and neutral floor to ceiling window curtains and window shades set the perfect sitting area for views of the outdoors and lake.
Easily one of the most striking features of the home, the windows offer bird’s eye views of the river running lazily past their window and the boroughs that lay beyond. Here, Tanika added the perfect seating to contemplate the view: the iconic Eames lounge chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames which remains the pinnacle of mid-century style.