Photo by Daniel Contelmo Jr.
Daniel Contelmo Architects
Standfordville The owners of this 100-year-old barn wanted a versatile weekend retreat. The building is surrounded by beautiful views on three sides so Daniel Contelmo incorporated 12 ft tall commercial windows to provide an open view of the landscape from one of the two-story sides. The metal window frames give a contemporary feel to an otherwise rustic interior. The interior includes a sitting area, pool table, piano, kitchen, bath, and a sleeping loft.
Photo by Stefan Radtke
Hirshson Architecture + Design
Chappaqua Formerly a disconnected room, this bar now connects the formal and informal living spaces. High-gloss cabinets from Bilotta and a custom glass backdrop and shelving add a modern focal point to the bar. The curved wall of blacked out casement windows serve as the backdrop for a free-standing chaise.
Photo by Susan Fisher
Shannon Murray Interiors
Rye This home basement was transformed into a bar and recreation area complete with pool room and all of the essentials. Shannon Murray started with the Thibaut wallpaper as she wanted something whimsical. She worked closely with the husband who gravitated towards the impact of the oversized animal photographs. To complete the space, a custom bar was painted in navy with gold accents including the Visual Comfort pendant lights.
Other Contributor: Architect, Mitchell Wilk Architecture