Working with a colleague at a previous firm, Jase Frederick put this contemporary hi-rise condo together from the furniture to the flatware.
This hi-rise open plan condo dining area benefits from floor-to-ceiling windows and architectural elements such as a giant column just begging to be painted a bright color. Contemporary furniture was kept simple and low-profile so as not to compete with the views.
This hi-rise condo master bedroom features a great view and a sleek contemporary suite of furniture. The king bed has a wood frame and faux suede upholstered headboard. The bedding is custom-made in coordinating celery-tone prints and solids. Original art obtained though a local art broker, and soft accessories complete the design.
This hi-rise condo home office got a custom built-in desk and storage piece to house a computer, files and books and has a pull-out keyboard and mouse platform. The chenille print sofa is a queen-size sleeper, Again, original art obtained though a local art broker, adds a bright touch.