For those who love Mid-Century Modern decor is no stranger. This brilliant Danish American furniture designer has produced some amazing furnishings and interiors over multiple decades. The most famous of them all is obviously the Jens Risom Chair crafted out of surplus parachute straps that were available after World War II.
We love this Brooklyn penthouse for the sheer drama and the stunning views that it offers! The view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the glittering skyline from the living room is something that every homeowner dreams about and the Clock Tower triplex penthouse delivers it in grand style. With giant ticking clocks becoming the backdrop in the living room ergonomic modern kitchen dining area plush bedrooms and a spa-like bath this has it all.
This exquisite lounge brings together the best of both worlds in an unassuming yet elegant manner. The lower level of the house itself features a chic living space an indoor kitchen a dining area and a cool home office. A wine cellar next to the staircase makes for an interesting visual and saves up on space.
The entire residence consists of four distinct suites with each one capable of serving as an individual home on its own. Light hues dominate the interior with some of the walls being replastered and painted white while the wooden flooring ensures that there is a linking visual element from one room to the next.
It was just a few days ago that we were talking about the possible revival of Tudor style and how modern designers are giving these classic homes a contemporary makeover without actually altering their distinct silhouettes. Today we have another beauty that perfectly exemplifies this seamless blend between old world charm and modern aesthetics.