Thursday, April 9, 2009

Modern city Homes - More variety than you think

Every morning I read a little bit of the New York Times. While looking through the home and garden section, I was surprised by the homes they featured - mostly because I liked them, and also by the variety...

This home was once a synagogue

The rooftop deck is separated from the bedroom by only a glass wall

Not cozy enough for me, but pretty

I adore the tree photograph!!!

An industrial style SOHO apartment...

Look closely - the table is a vintage suitcase

A true New Yorker - making the most of space, and building vertically

I like the warmth of exposed brick, which we have in our kitchen


An eco-brazilian home...
Found dresser drawers fitted with casters now serve as rolling magazine storage!

Newspaper decoupaged chair.

Bright new Manhattan condominium...

I can't imagine a pond in my house and a wall of ivy!




Another SOHO loft. While this space is way too cold for me, I am in awe of the massive amount of empty space, the beautiful floors and ceiling, and the amazing windows...




Do you have a favorite out of these homes?

via New York Times

6 comments:

S.E. said...

Wow. In awe of the last apartment. Oh how I want that place.

Mrs.French said...

I love them all for different reasons...sigh...xo t

Amy said...

I have to go with the Soho apt with the suitcase table - the others were great too - but too empty - the other Soho loft was nice but lack of wall space would be upsetting!

Gwen said...

I like the Soho apt. best also. I love the french doors going into the bedroom to add a sense of openness. Then their are drapes for privacy. Brilliant idea.

Down Comforter said...

Some beautiful spaces. I think my favorite is the place with the huge open white living room - love it :)

bluelaugh said...

This all fascinates me. I love the open feel but yet it looks simple and open fee. Some of them remind me of a loft and others look like the cape on the east coast. Either one is not that bad it just depends on the region you live, I think.

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