This modern kitchen features dark brown cabinets, a black stone backsplash, recessed lighting and a large island with eat-in seating. Light brown hardwood flooring contrasts against the dark cabinets and backsplash.
This modern white bedroom features architectural details that create the impression of a deep coffered ceiling. The room also features a brown platform bed flanked by matching wide dresser-style night stands. A large, neutral area rug adds warmth to the space.
This master bathroom features large matching vanities in light brown wood with stone countertops and modern stainless steel faucets. The vanities, which both feature a large mirror, flank the door to a large walk-in closet.
This narrow home office space provides a great view of the city. It includes a sitting area with modern seats, a long blue rug with abstract geometric print, and an artistic interpretation of the American flag hanging on the wall above the blue sofa.
Located in a 1973 bank and opened in March 2018, Oliver Hospitality's Fairlane Hotel has a retro design scheme courtesy of the NYC-based design team Reunion Goods & Services which has worked with the Oliver group on a number of conversions of historic properties to boutique hotels. Beloved New York deli Mile End Delicatessen is in the house along with design that tips its hat to a Mad Men-meets-company man Seventies look.
This large brown modern island is the central feature of the home's kitchen, which also has recessed lighting and a stone backsplash that matches the countertops. The island has an eat-in area with brown barstools.
This sitting area is part of an expansive great room that features arched windows, light-brown hardwood flooring, a white coffered ceiling and a large abstract painting. The sitting area includes a glass coffee table, a white sofa, two modern gray chairs and a gray area rug with geometric design.
The client for SPG Architects’ Chelsea penthouse in New York City asked for a white architectural and interiors palette to create a calming retreat from the hectic nature of NYC life. SPG's interest in diverse materials to add warmth to their particular modernist aesthetic led to this solution: bringing a variety of materials together to create a serene yet textured living environment. The full expanse of windows along the south face of the building and the north- and east-facing terraces provide a visual link to the city, but the space itself remains a refuge of tranquility and light.