Tribeca penthouse Living Room
An amazing architectural space with floor to ceiling, wall to wall windows, providing incredible light to this penthouse in the heart of Tribeca.
With the designer’s instinctive implementation of Feng Shui in all of her designs, she incorporated fundamental Feng Shui principles, the five natural elements and the concept of yin and yang to create the lay out that would bring in the perfect energy flow.
Beautiful wood floorings, numerous light sources, clean lines, combination of straight and curvy shapes, vibrant colors, metal, white and glass pieces and modern art pieces create an interesting gallery which gives this space its unique “eclat”
Photographer: Scott Morris
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Style secret: Centre-stage windowsCan you picture tasseled draperies or a balloon valance in this space? Neither can we. Windows in a contemporary milieu are usually abundant, and they’re often left undressed to highlight their crisp lines and let natural light flood in. But also consider:If privacy’s an issue, or if you just don’t like feeling that you’re on display, integrate sleek window treatments that won’t stop the eye: Sheers or solid panels that blend into the wall colour; narrow blinds; mesh shades. As long as they’re done in a neutral solid or barely-there print, and kept very tailored, Roman shades are another possibility.Check out these 8 clever ideas for window dressing