Photos by Regan Wood
Clean Design Partners
Rye The master suite includes a large walk-in closet, a luxurious bathroom, and a large bedroom with a vaulted ceiling. Large scale white pendants were used to make the room feel cozy while varying tones of gray and soft blues help to create a soothing atmosphere. The calming design flows into the bathroom where the large-scale mosaic on the floor is the focal point. And the white floating vanity, frameless mirror, and glass shower enclosure give this space an open, airy feel.
Photos by Jen Painter
M&P Design Group
Yorktown Heights The architecture of this mid-century split-level home inspired the design inside. Surrounded by nature, this stunning home boasts natural wood, expansive windows, and clean lines. As the backdrop changes with the seasons, the gray-blues and oranges used in this master bedroom make it the perfect place to wake up with the sun, and enjoy a nightcap in the evening, year-round.
Photos by Peter Krupenye
Monica Kahn Design
Scarsdale This master suite consists of a bedroom, dressing area, and two master bathrooms, one for the wife and one for the husband. Both bathrooms are neutral with the husband’s having darker wood to create a more masculine feel. The clients wanted multiple light sources, but they also wanted creative fixtures, so two sculptural lights from CTO were chosen for the bedroom. Extra seating in the form of a large, modern chaise lounge was also added for reading or lounging with their children.
Other Contributors: Architect, Alisberg Parker Architects; Contractor, Cum Laude Group