To help create the travel theme for this sweet baby boy's nursery, the walls were adorned with a decal of New York's cityscape to complement the vintage travel trunks that are stacked on the other side of the nursery.
Designers used the wall of windows to allow natural light into the space, penetrating the dramatic design. The windows also showcase the apartment's magnificent view of the Long Island Sound and the New York City Skyline.
Urban living feels ultra-glamorous in this five-story townhouse located on New York City's posh Upper East Side. The home comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and fun perks like a charming garden patio and a roof deck.
This Upper East Side New York City terrace is the ultimate outdoor living. A contemporary wood-and-glass pergola covers the long dining table, which enjoys prime seating for the flatscreen TV. An open outdoor seating area is surrounded by a lush garden and has stunning views of Manhattan.
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.
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.
White stone slabs create a crisp, sleek atmosphere in this spa bathroom that features a luxurious soaking tub, glass-enclosed shower and skyline views. Beautiful walnut floors bring a natural grounding to the space.
Cindy says her twins keep her home life happy and inspiring. "Before that, I still lived in the same place. My kids just weren't there and it did nothing for me," she says. "It's so fun and bright compared to the way it used to be."