All posts with tag:New York

Frank Frances is a young and very talented photographer from Brooklyn who has already made a name for himself in the field of interior photography. His studio in New York is a popular shooting location for leading American furniture and home furnishing brands. But Frank also travels a lot for work, photographing incredible homes in…

Many owners of rental homes try to design them in trendy modern styles, considering them optimal and most attractive for every tourist. But this 100-year-old townhouse in the small town of Hudson, near New York, stands out from its competitors. Its owner decided to recreate the atmosphere of past times in its interiors, designing spaces…

The owner of this apartment in New York, the creative director of Joaquin Molla, is close to the aesthetics of Japanese modernism, and it became the inspiration for the design of his home. So, soft furniture and chairs in the living room come with a low rise, which is in good relation with the Eastern…

Despite the fact that this townhouse is located in the heart of Manhattan, its owners, part-time designers, managed to create a home that does not look like a city one. Large windows, high ceilings and warm-colored interiors with marble, metal and vintage furniture inlays reminded us of European villas. The main place in the house…

Designer Elizabeth Roberts never ceases to delight us with magnificent interiors in the beautiful homes of New York. We have been following her work for a long time and each time we are so pleased to browse her magnificent portfolio. Elizabeth recently presented her new work – this is a wonderful historic townhouse in the…

New York is rich in all kinds of loft spaces since in the past many industrial buildings here found a new life and were turned into housing. Despite some similarities, each of these objects is unique and interesting in its own way. For example, this loft is located in the heart of the city in…

From the first glance at this bright loft in Manhattan, you understand that they love kids here. Although the space itself is completely white, colorful and playful details are placed throughout the home, including fanciful children’s drawings in frames (most likely the work of the little inhabitants). And the rest is of New York-style: open…

This apartment for a family with a child in the Chelsea area, New York, is located in a building of the early 20th century, and there has not been a renovation for the last 40 years. From the time of construction, the apartment inherited wooden columns, ceiling beams, and cast-iron capitals – the designers decided…