These sleek containers are tall enough to hold flowers and plants and create some privacy without blocking the skyline views. The all-weather containers are placed around the modern urban rooftop terrace. The designer chose sun-, drought- and wind-tolerant plants.
In this urban living room, neutral colors and rich textures are used to create a space that is fresh and hip. Custom hand-blown pendants hang above the bar to add a splash of color. A wall-mounted mirror expands the feeling of the space while a silver-and-white wall graphic runs from the kitchen out onto the balcony, featuring a downtown skyline.
Wood cabinets and textured hardwood floors add a rustic feel to this walk-in closet with a view. A mix of hanging rods on different levels, open shelves and large drawers make the storage options endless.
Originally built in 1895, this Chicago building once housed the department store Montgomery Ward. Now, the top four floors have been transformed into a luxury penthouse, treating residents to views of Chicago's best loved landmarks.
This sophisticated apartment capitalizes on its urban setting with floor-to-ceiling windows that call attention to the high ceilings and the incredible skyline views. Glittering metallics dominate the color palette to luxurious effect.
Twin buffets and elegant curtains draw attention to the large windows in this dining room, offering a scenic view of the city skyline. The sleek round glass dining table adds a touch of contemporary flair to this traditional dining room.
A big comfy chair sits next to a huge window that allows plenty of natural light to pour into this modern bedroom oasis while offering a stunning view of the city's skyline. Clean lines and muted, neutral tones create a relaxing environment that makes this space feel worlds away from the urban hustle and bustle that surrounds it.
Whether this room is used for reading, relaxing or a quick game of gin rummy, the sleekly designed space is comfortable and inviting. Beautiful rosewood cabinets with contemporary pulls line one wall, creating a stylish approach to storage. Cream and gold-toned furniture and window treatments offer a complementary and clean color palette for the small space.
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.