Nestled among natural rock outcroppings, this traditional pool cabana provides a year-round entertaining space for a Westchester, New York, family. The cabana is designed to complement the architecture of the shingle-style home.
A minimalist 5,000-square-foot urban loft is in an industrial building that was built in the early 1900s in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. The loft’s renovation by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture. The cast iron columns were existing in the open living, kitchen and dining area.
Known by the locals as the Crow's Nest, this sensational Bronxville, NY mansion is surrounded by 1.3 acres of hilltop property with distant views of the Manhattan skyline. At more than 10,000 sq. ft., the home was built of local quarried stone and in Gothic Revival design, with its romantic ornamental flourishes, nine bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven fireplaces.
A stone fireplace, fully equipped outdoor kitchen and comfortable seating areas create an open-air entertainment space that's ready for year-round use. The chimney is built from the same fieldstone as the surrounding retaining walls. Bluestone flooring continues onto the poolside patio.
A peaceful retreat, the master bedroom suite has dazzling views and appointments, a generous walk-in closet and a large master bathroom. Wraparound windows fill the space with light and the stunning New York City setting.
Modern metallic artwork defines this bedroom seating area, which takes advantage of the New York home's roomy dimensions. Arched windows can be covered by draw draperies for privacy or left wide open for users to enjoy the view.
Traditional luxury meets New England charm in the green and white bespoke chef's kitchen. Wraparound cabinets provide for every storage need and a central island is a gathering spot for hosts and guests alike.
This eclectic sunroom features paneled ceilings, custom Roman shades and peppy sage-and-white trim that makes the millwork pop. Modern chairs team with a woven sofa and reclaimed wood-topped coffee table for an effect that's casual yet effortlessly chic. The once dark and dated farmhouse is now open and airy, with a contemporary color palette and tons of natural light.