The building where this apartment is located has its name and even own page on Wikipedia. Osborne apartments – a historical building in the center of New York, built in the distant 1885 and is a well-known architectural monument of the city. Perhaps in such a house, some expected to see luxurious classic interiors, but obviously not the owners of this home. The interiors of the apartment, although they have a classical base, are designed in a bright and slightly playful style with the use of colorful furniture and colors. Great design!
This stylish apartment in Manhattan fits perfectly into the concept of the most popular city in the world – it is modern, refined and with character. The dark wall color in the living room is emphasized by the bright red chairs, and the refined golden details indicate the high status of this home. By the way, the owners of the apartment come from Nicaragua, so do not be surprised by the light, but harmonious exotic motifs in the decor. Great work!
The interiors of this Brooklyn townhouse are in interesting contrast with the surrounding atmosphere: hurrying passers-by, cars and noise – outside and peace and comfort inside. This effect was achieved with the help of soft tones and the absence of bright accents. Through the large windows, you can admire both the life of the city and own private garden, drowning in greenery. The bathroom by the window adds to the relaxing mood even more – in the evening you can have a real spa. Relaxing oasis in a busy metropolis!
This two-level penthouse in the most central location of New York is the embodiment of the modern American dream. Skyscrapers outside the window, clean and elegant modern interiors, a stunning terrace with a fireplace – this is truly a top-class object! Another great design by Piet Boon studio!
The main idea behind the project of this historic townhouse in New York was to complement modern design with art, as the owner has an impressive collection of paintings. And the result is just stunning! In this white kingdom there is almost no place for other colors – and from this a strong impression of the interior only grows. Particularly impressive were chandeliers, walls with stucco molding and marble bathroom. A nice bonus – several cozy verandas right in the center of the big city. Very unusual, bright and stylish!
Perhaps interiors of this townhouse in Brooklyn is not overloaded with chic modern furniture or cool design solutions, but the home is very soulful and personal. Feels like for the owner’s family this is a special and the sweetest place in the world: there are many simple, but cozy objects and little things that delight the eye and warm the soul to the dwellers. In addition, there is a small but absolutely beautiful innr garden with a lawn, hidden from street noise and prying eyes. Let’s step inside!
This New York townhouse built in 1901 is perfectly preserved and reached our days in almost original condition. However, not so long ago the owner’s family decided that the house is not comfortable enough for five people, so it was necessary to redesign and adapt it to modern realities. The kitchen was too small and obsolete, the bathrooms did not have a shower, and in the bedroom there was a sink that was no longer used. After a long period of restoration, the designer managed to create stylish and cozy interiors for a modern family. At the same time, the historical part- with mosaics, window frames and stucco – is felt in every corner. Such a wonderful mix of the present and the past!
Designer Kevin Dumais designed this New York loft in a smooth mid-century style – when forms and pieces of furniture from the middle of the last century are presented in a modern way. Sophistication and restrained elegance are the main characteristics of this apartment in which the young businessman lives with his wife. And yet, the spaces impress with a play of contrasts: bright rooms easily coexist with dramatic interiors in dark colors. First-class work!
Rental apartments usually are not taken seriously: we think that we will not stay here for long, and do not consider it necessary to spend a lot on decoration. But often people rent a home longer than planned, though it does not bring full joy and comfort. In this New York loft, everything is different: when the young family rented the apartment, they immediately decided to make this place their “sweet home”: a cosmetic repair was done and the rooms were filled with things that were close to their heart. Well done!
The owners of this penthouse in the suburbs of New York apparently are so fond of tropical countries that they put a palm tree in the living room. The other spaces also are filled with interesting details and architectural elements that create some eclectic feel. We just loved the arched doorways in the Art Nouveau style, cool Spanish tiles, golden accessories and bold wallpapers in one of the bedrooms. Great home!