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The Views From This Chic-to-Death NYC Condo Will Take Your Breath Away

The Views From This Chic-to-Death NYC Condo Will Take Your Breath Away


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Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

When the Big Apple isВ at your window you certainly want to maximize the view, and that's exactly what designerВ Chantal Lamberto did with her latest project. Located in Midtown, New York this 2,269 square foot condo features floor-to-wall windows so that every inch of the monochrome home has a first-class seat to the exciting cityscape below.

Aside from the view, Lamberto's design brief was to create a soothing respite, high above the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. The monochromatic tones and textures certainly inspire comfort and relaxation. In conjunction with comfort, theВ function was key. "If something didn't serve a specificВ purpose then it wasn't placed," explains Lamberto. "Less is more was the mantra. Minimal but with warmth."

Read on to see more of this monochromatic space with style notes from Lamberto along the way (and a glimpse at the striking views).В

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The open-plan living room expands into the dining room with an expanse of views from all sides.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The corner window views spanВ up the east side of Manhattan and out across the east river.В

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

Comfort was crucial for Lamberto so the seating area became a real focal point where her clients couldВ rest and watch movies together.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The large space is broken up by bold floor-to-ceiling pillars that resemble old-world European architecture.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

Lamberto laments that brass is the common finish for most furniture pieces today, so she really had to push vendors to do polished nickel. "I'm so happy we did because it has a very soothing, timeless and ethereal effect," she explains. "The metal finishes add a hint of glimmer without being flashy."

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The dining area is nestled in the northeast corner of the home with more breathtaking views. Now this is how you entertain at home.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

One paint color was used throughout the home to ensure cohesiveness was a priority. The walls are painted with a custom mix ofВ C2 Paint that Lamberto tells me required an Uber to be sent to New Jersey to collect.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The soft neutral tones continue from the living/dining room and into the bedrooms. Here nickel is also found in the wall sconce and console.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal LambertoAlyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The master bedroom looks like a soft and fluffy cloud, we bet it feels like that too.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

Everything looks like it feels soft to the touch. This tactile approach to the textiles used throughout the apartment was all part of Lamberto's vision to maintain a vibe of coziness and comfort.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

No room in the house is without a stunning view. Even the guest bedroom comes with its own window to the Big Apple below.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

Most of the furniture was bought in white or light-toned hues to bring a soft, light and airy energy into the home.В

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

The bathroom continues this neutral palette with timber floors bringing warmth and anchoring it a little.

Alyssa Rosenheck ; DESIGN: Chantal Lamberto

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