Beautiful Textures, Colors Help Open Up Harlem Apartment

This Harlem apartment was updated with beautiful textures and colors to create a more open feeling and provide additional storage. Each room now features a unique architectural piece, and sustainable materials were used throughout the space.

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July 01, 2015

Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten

Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten

Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten

Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten

Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten

Photo By: Alyssa Kirsten

Harlem Apartment Office Uses Natural Light

This renovated Harlem Apartment home office was kept bright and airy, taking full advantage of the natural light provided by the oversized windows.

Harlem Apartment Dining Area

The banquette in this dining area offers hidden storage and allows the overall space to be more open.

Custom Banquette Offers Seating & Storage

This custom banquette gives the illusion of a separate dining area in a small but open space. Additional storage is cleverly inserted underneath the seating.

Bright Living Room With Floating Entertainment Center

The primary goal for this space was to enhance the natural light that pours into the room with texture and splashes of color. It was also important to maximize storage.

Contemporary Home Office With Sleek White Shelves

This small home office has been tailored for two professionals. Both sides open to provide individual workspaces. Shelves multitask as open displays, closed cabinets and hidden surfaces.

Custom Loft Bed Doubles as Desk

This cozy boy's bedroom features a custom-designed loft bed that doubles as a desk. Bold blue accents bring color to the crisp white space.

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