Amazing Manhattan Apartment!

I found this incredible Manhattan apartment today thanks to Elle Decor. It was recently completely redone by acclaimed interior designer, Steven Gambrel. To say that this home is beautiful is an understatement. There isn't one room that wasn't done to perfection. Enjoy! : )


 The living and dining room is so spacious and Mr. Gambrel put seating everywhere! I love that this area has a lot of furniture but the flow of the space isn't interrupted at all.
(HFH's similar items to above (not exact just similar): Owen Sleeper Sofa, Luke Cocktail Table, Tempo Cocktail Table, Rico Espinet Fuzo Koffi Floor Lamp)

I love the colors in this room and again, ample seating.
(HFH similar items: Rico Espinet Fuzo Koffi Floor Lamp, Kyle Chair, Griffin Ottoman)

Love this orange sideboard! I think the color is unexpected and very eye catching.

I love a good kitchen setup and design and this is both. I have always liked the idea of bench seating on one side of the table and chairs on the other. The floors are incredible looking.

Lots of counter space and storage space in this kitchen. Just beautiful.

I really love all the built in cabinets and drawers in this apartment. The playroom needs lots of storage space and it looks great!
(HFH's similar items: Exposition Leather Ottoman, Charmed Circle Table, Rittenhouse Fabric Pendant)

I like that the kids room is very simple and crisp but still totally kid looking.

The bedroom is kept pretty neutral but has lots of textures. Lovely.
(HFH's similar items: Meurice Pendant Lamp, Bonnie Ottoman, Silver Camel Glass Lamp, Sardinia Bed)


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1 Comments :

Blogger Michael Maloney said...

There are some incredible looking rooms here, and so unique and individual to what you see elsewhere. The look is a bit opulent for my taste but if I was offered the chance to live there, then I wouldn’t say no! I think my favourite is the dining room table with the benches as it looks a little 50’s style, and the storage cupboards.                   

December 19, 2013 at 8:51 PM  

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