Hudson River Park

Across from Hudson River Park, the Classic 7 pre-war apartment had not renovated in over 50 years. The new owners, a young family with two kids, desired to open up the existing closed in spaces while keeping some of the original, classic pre-war details. Dark, dimly-lit corridors and clustered rooms that were a detriment to the brilliant natural light and expansive views the existing apartment inherently possessed, were demolished to create a new open plan for a more functional style of living. Custom charcoal stained white oak herringbone floors were laid throughout the space. The dark blue lacquered kitchen cabinets provide a sharp contrast to the otherwise neutral colored space. A wall unit in the same blue lacquer floats on the wall in the Den.

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Kurt Titgemeyer added this to Boro Great Room - Kitchen6 days ago

again...back wall shelving in GR

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Claudette Popowich added this to Living Rooms14 November 2022

built in painted dark to camouflage the tv when it's off

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vickiray added this to Misc Redo At Some Point31 October 2022

Floating shelves on top of black backing

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Dena MacDonald added this to Living room wall with entertainment center30 October 2022

large tv with floating shelves on either side

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