Studio Apartment Living Area Minimizes Clutter, Maximizes Space
The kitchen and living space in this New York City studio apartment is kept spare to minimize visual clutter and maximize space. The floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinetry provides storage while serving as the base for a lofted sleeping area, while a compact table works for dining and work.
A built-in banquette brings an explosion of color to this dining nook. A white tulip table centers the space, with a singular mustard yellow bucket chair offering an extra seat. Simple, modern art decorates the walls.
The 25th Street residence was re-designed with openness and light in mind. The whole floor plan was opened up and unique materials like hot-rolled steel added a contemporary feel. In this space, the living room bleeds organically into the family room.
The hot rolled steel structure in the space is actually a disguised closet that doubles as a magnetic surface for family photos.
Modern-meets-eclectic in an expansive, airy sitting room. Mona Lisa smiles from a graphic, red print situated just off the resident laundry room. A myriad of mismatched artwork hangs under gallery spotlights on the far wall. Farther still, a sleek, wood and glass staircase beckons from the far corner of the room.
Bare Windows Provide Natural Light in Modern Livingroom
Minimally decorated walls provide the perfect canvas for this comfortable living room with beautiful views of the surrounding outdoors. The natural light which flows into the space enhances the warm wooden details in this minimalist space.
Modern White Farmhouse Master Bedroom With Sitting Area And Barn Doors
This modern white farmhouse master bedroom has a sitting area with contemporary white sofa and faux fur butterfly chair, modern coffee table, retro photographer lamps, and vaulted ceiling with exposed white paneling and modern ceiling fan.
Shades of mauve and purple give velvety depth to this modern living room, especially in contrast to the bright white sectional and chairs. The look is elegant, but subdued...all the better to highlight the spectacular scenes out the window.
A rustic wood wall and brightly colored chairs give this modern home office a playful, kid-friendly vibe. Wall-mounted lamps provide task lighting while keeping the desk space free. Glass doors and a well-placed window fill the space with light.
A closer look at the living room reveals orange pillows and throw blankets, which give the cool white sofas a hint of warmth. A custom coffee table anchors the space and allows guests to keep their drinks within reach.