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Carnegie Hill Prewar

For this gorgeous pre-war home, our brief was to work with a challenging footprint to facilitate more space, better circulation, and ample storage for a family with three young tweens. Located on the top floor of an Art Deco building in Upper Manhattan, the home was originally combined from two separate apartments.

We shifted the kitchen from its galley home to a corner enveloped with a west-facing terrace, adjoining the spacious family living area. On the other side, a sumptuous master suite was spoiled with its own private terrace, lathered in soft morning light and striking city views. Our clients’ wish for a separate space for movie night was granted with a multi-purpose media room, while the grand entry foyer was large enough to house their all-important piano. Blues, neutrals, and jewel tones lead a soft yet sophisticated palette with a distinctively Upper East Side edge.

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