Expansive windows provide panoramic views of the Connecticut countryside at this estate home designed by Andrew Bartolotta. Designer Amy Zolin drew the neutral palette of the home's exterior into her interior designs and embraced the laid-back setting with a look that was less fussy and formal than a home in the city.
At the rear of the restaurant, a large mirror hangs above the bench that extends across the back wall of the restaurant. This way, anyone who is seated with their back to the bar can still see what is happening behind them.
The expansive wraparound terrace of this NYC penthouse, spans close to 90 feet, making it a perfect space for lounging and hosting dinner parties against the backdrop of an exquisite panorama of the Hudson River.
A public beach access walkway creates additional space between this New Hampshire beach house and the neighboring one and opens up more panoramic views from the two upper levels of the home. Glass safety walls were chosen for the balcony, limiting the interruption of the views of the sand dunes and Atlantic Ocean.