A mix of wood and metal furnishings provides ample seating for dining and relaxing on this contemporary terrace. Neutral furniture and finishes allow the bright, colorful accents to pop, giving the outdoor space a fun, youthful vibe.
This bathroom was long and narrow, so the space needed to be opened up both functionally and visually, which was achieved by elevating everything off the floors. A black-and-white color palette with touches of gray keeps the design simple and clean, and dimension is added through a variety of textures—the marble subway tiles, mixed metals and using light grouting to juxtapose the black floor tiles.
A contemporary, open staircase connects this 15th floor, pre-war apartment to the penthouse above. White walls and ceilings create a clean, simple backdrop, while a striking, high gloss wall of color makes a design statement and offers concealed storage behind the boldly hued panels. Colorful abstract artwork weaves a thread throughout the contemporary home.
Red-orange, high-gloss panels form an accent wall that turns this contemporary stairway into a focal point. Wood stairs and metal rails are clean and modern, and the wall panels, attached by magnets, conceal built-in storage. The staircase connects the 15th-floor pre-war apartment to a penthouse above.
Gold fixtures and faucets are used throughout this pre-war renovated bathroom to add metallic glam to the space, as well as a touch of history. Marble subway tile creates an elegant backdrop to the entire space.
393 West End Ave, located on the South West corner of 79th Street and West End Avenue, is a classic 17 story prewar building being developed by Simon Baron Development. The landmarked development has been brilliantly reimagined by Vicente Wolf, marrying the best of classic pre-war with contemporary design and interiors.