The living area in this residential skyscraper provides a stunning skyline view of Manhattan, a lengthy sectional with plenty of seating, a marble fireplace and silver custom-designed wool and silk rug.
A monumental sectional sits on a silver custom-designed wool and silk rug in this Manhattan living room with a view. The coffee table and armchairs in saddle leather create the penultimate space for entertaining.
A silvery palette and reflective surfaces make this dreamy master bedroom feel as if it's resting on a cloud. Custom draperies draw to block light, and two upholstered ottomans serve as versatile, functional seating at the foot of the modern bed. The hand-loomed, banana silk rug features a soft shimmer, adding to the room's ethereal feel.
The homeowners wanted a simple, modern bedroom design, so designers started with sleek, neutral tile on the floor and a complementary wood paneling on the wall. Then, they added a four post bed and pendant light to create height in the design. For comfort, designers added a silk rug and black and white curtains that help to diffuse the sunlight that comes in through the room's expansive windows.
The dining room is classic and dramatic with quintessential Cab armchairs around a round wooden table. The space is grounded by a graphic silk area rug, while a John Pomp Studios’ Clear Band pendant add a elegant, contemporary touch.
A chic beige armchair upholstered in raw silk with a floral pattern in relief complements other neutral pieces featuring soft tones, textures, and patterns in the seating area. Black wall art, area rug, coffee table top and side table anchor the neutral space.
Expansive windows in this space add plenty of warm, natural light, making the space inviting. However, these windows didn't always make the space cozy, so designers added new silk drapes to block morning sun. New wood furniture was added to the space, the clean lines giving this master bedroom a modern feel, which was softened by the addition of new bedding and a Persian rug. The ceiling was painted green to give the space depth, while modern art was added to give personality to this mater bedroom.
The bed in the guest bedroom features a custom, 1940's French-inspired bed frame that is upholstered in luxurious mohair. The look is complemented by the mid-century gilded polka dot lamps, the silk area rug and the relaxed Roman shades with the patterned panel on the inside.
The formal living room/parlor is one of the first impressions you get to make on your guests about what your personal style is and how you like to live at home. For the entertaining spaces in this home our client wanted chic, well edited rooms with simple palettes and lots of light. Their formal living room is exactly that with transitional furnishings and original artwork created by one of their daughters. The layering in this room is subtle but impactful. Metallic wallcovering defines the niches, sheer panels, a painted ceiling and an antique mirrored platform coffee table rest on a white silk rug. All of these carefully curated details have light-reflective properties. Editing does not equate to skimping.
A beach inspired atmosphere is infused into this living room to create a casual, inviting space. Natural textures and light fabrics are used in the furnishings, while a hand-knotted silk area rug grounds the space. Replica nautical maps in deep blue add bold color to the mostly neutral space and continue the sea-inspired theme.
A custom hammered silver headboard sits proud above the bed in this master bedroom, serving as a focal point in the space. White Sferra bedding and bench cushions provide a crisp, clean palette for lavender and gray hues in the accent pillows and draperies to add soft color to the room. White and silver cowhides cover portions of the large wool and silk blend rug for added visual interest.
The open floor design of this modern living room and dining room plays heavily with daring geometric shapes. Wenge wrapping the walls and ceiling creates the geometric idea of a cube over the dining room while details like the X-based coffee table and cubed side table unify the design within the details. Softer textures like a silk area rug and leather and upholstered sofas soften the space to highlight the peaceful living environment.
The open floor design of this modern living room plays heavily with geometric shapes. Wenge wrapping the walls creates the geometric idea cubes while details like the X-based coffee table and large rectilinear windows unify the design within the details. A sliding wall gives way to a pass through to the kitchen, and softer textures like a silk area rug, leather bench and linen sofas soften the space to highlight the peaceful living environment.