A sleek modular sofa by B&B Italia has a view of large-scale, modern artwork and a wall-mounted TV in this bright white living room. The two-toned modern TV console is by Ligne Roset. This home in the heart of Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood retains its character with an exposed brick wall, tin ceiling and oversized windows that let in loads of natural light.
Since this building is located in New York City's historic neighborhood of Tribeca, designers had to develop a plan that would meet the client's desire for a modern, clean setting while also meeting the requirements of the Landmark Preservation Committee.To do this, designers added an Ipe wood fence around the Diamond spa and bamboo trees to help keep the space private.
To join the living area with the master bedroom, designers added a bamboo walk. This walkway serves the dual purpose of adding privacy and fulfilling the owner's desire to have his terrace feel like a forest.
To bring homeowners from their modern indoor space to their luxury outdoor spa, designers added a mossy green path. The moss on the path compliments the rest of the greenscape and leads comfortably to the Diamond Spa.
This light and airy modern loft living space is created by combining comfortable, curved furniture with mixed textures, such as the leather tufted sofa and mohair, gray sofas. The brick walls have been painted a neutral white shade highlighting the curves of the three large windows.
This comfortable, modern living room is bright and spacious and features a large blue sectional with a chaise at both ends for extra lounge room. The space is open and airy, but can become dark and perfect for movie viewing with window treatments that block unwanted light from the oversized curved windows.
Light and bright colors are combined to liven this transitional loft master bedroom. The dark wooden bed with a detailed headboard centers the room, and is flanked by two modern, white nightstands with colorful framed art above.
This open concept loft dining room flows naturally from the nearby living space providing the perfect space for entertaining. The custom made dining table features two types of dark, heavy wood and is paired with brown acrylic chairs and an elegant drop pendant light.
Track lighting helps to divide two separate living areas in a Tribeca apartment. Two rows of lights illuminate a contemporary living room anchored by a large area rug, while a single row pinpoints the dining table.
This open-concept Tribeca apartment is the ultimate contemporary space, using black leather furniture, deep gray walls and a transitional dining area. The end result is a sleek, modern space fit for the ultimate city dweller.
Modern furnishings tread lightly on the distinctive architecture of this white loft apartment in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. A sleek steel dining table is surrounded by sinuous leather chairs from Ligne Roset. The whimsical, leaf-like chandelier is by Moooi.
This loft building in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood was originally built in 1896. It was first a bonded warehouse and later used by the Grabler Manufacturing Company who made pipe fittings. Today, its seven stories house chic loft-style apartments.
A sleek gray crib is paired with colorful art prints of vehicles, creating a contemporary setting for this boy's nursery. Black graphic curtains flank windows overlooking the Tribeca area, while blue-and-white gingham rocking chairs provide cozy seats.
Funky robot wallpaper sets the tone for a whimsical Tribeca nursery bathroom, while the streamlined pedestal sink and toilet bring contemporary style to the room. A sleek-lined mirror is functional and also helps to expand the space visually.