When you first see the photos of the living room, you probably will never think this place is a only 33sqm Mezzanine Apartment but a corner of a luxurious palace. Designed by Art Buro, this apartment is owned by a young couple, both working in the creative industries and want their home be a multi-functional space influenced by Japanese style of living combined with London objectives. When look around the apartment, you will find there are many luxury accents as well as art and contemporary features representing the best feeling of urban life. All private zones are invisible in the design. A wooden wall in fact is an entrance to the bathroom and the wardrobe; white stairs also feature some storage space and dining area units in fact contain a self-contained kitchenette. There are many hidden features waiting for to explore and don’t forget to tell what is your favorite design.
Envisioned by Willey Design, this sophisticated bachelor located in Lower Manhattan, New York City has been appropriately decorated to enhance the sleek and luxurious lines of the apartment throughout. All the interiors were maximized to soak up the phenomenal views of Hudson River. A streamlined mix of Danish Modern furnishings, luxurious rugs, custom upholstery, textured wallpapers, and Chinchilla furs provide warmth to a potentially Spartan environment. Despite the overall diversity, the duplex inspires harmonious living. Two focal walls are placed in living room and bedroom. The dark texture design strongly contrast the rest light color wall and create the feeling of majestic calm.
This truly attractive fashionable apartment set in an exceedingly historic property along the seaside overlooking Hammarby Lake in Stockholm, Sweden. Combining vintage details with state-of-the-art modern furniture pieces, this 1,625 square foot (151 square meters) definitely has its unique style. The core of this Scandinavian loft is a large living room: plenty of seating units, five lovely pendant lamps and vintage furniture bring so much warmth to this room. Different from its rest rooms, the kitchen offers impeccable clean lines and a dining table with unbelievable lighting fixtures overhead as a center of attention. Take a look at the phones of this apartment in detail and let us know your feelings about this place. Personally, I am not a big fan of the design in bedroom. [source]
Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, this stunning building Offers expansive 360 degree views of Manhattan, the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty, the penthouse also features 14 foot ceilings in a successful attempt to match the grandeur of the panoramic view. Each window seems to be a framed version of the city as the sun passes through the sky and the day progresses. A 4,400 square foot terrace allows the owner to enjoy unobstructed views of the Big Apple and the two fireplaces comfortably draws one back inside. With unparalleled design this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home has sleek terrazzo floors and a one of a kind layout designed for entertaining! The apartment’s white-on-white decor may be uninspiring, but it’s hard to complain with the Manhattan skyline for wallpaper. This place does look fabulous! But as a normal homeowner, I just wonder, who clean those windows, they are literally everywhere. [source]