Linda Daly, ASID
11 Reviews

Lincoln Center / Central Park,

The 38th floor -Columbus Avenue-an apartment designed to entertain and relax in. The Foyer floor is painted in a mural depicting Greek actors, a nod to the clients' involvement in Broadway shows. The stools at the Bar revolve for viewing the TV in the Living Room. The rooms are designed to flow in function and finish. Warm gold tones accented with rich red and blue are the colors used throughout. The unobstructed view over the city is one of the apartment's focal points as well as the fine antique Biedermeier furniture.
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This Entry Foyer is graced with a Home Bar with stools that swivel to provide easy viewing of the large screen TV in the Living Room. The design of the painted floor with Greek actors gives a nod to the owners' interests in Broadway shows. The style of the furniture throughout the apartment is Bierdermeier -both antique and reproduction. Photography by Top Kat
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The ceiling in this Powder Room really seems celestial. The lights around the perimeter of the dome change from daylight to dark night with the touch of a remote. Photography byTop Kat
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The floor plan shows how the Foyer interior provides an added entertainment area with a home bar. The stools swivel to allow for viewing the TV in the Living Room. The Foyer is also a small Gallery area for art work and interesting collections. Photography by Top Kat
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The plan shows how the furniture is arranged to provide very comfortable seating on the sofas- each with an ottoman that can be "stashed" under the coffee table. The chairs can be moved according to whether TV is being watched or there is more interest in conversation. Photography by Top Kat
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The Living Room set for TV viewing. The curtains have been closed and the screen dropped down for projection TV. Playbills are on display in the custom made glass top cocktail table. Chairs can be turned and pulled up to ottomans for comfortable lounging. The result is a relaxed Living Room filled with fine art, antique tables and comfortable seating. All on the 38th floor - ov...More
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This fireplace is a focal point in the Living Room. It creates an interesting spot for displaying art and collecting books to be read at leisure. The butternut wood used throughout the Living Room gives a warm glow to the fireplace as well as the surrounding wainscoting and crown molding. Photography by Top Kat
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A glance away from Lincoln Center and Central Park
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The antique Biedermeier furniture along with the view of Manhattan make this a spectacular Dining Room. The owners' love of blue lead the decision on the upholstery fabrics and of course the beautiful blue and white porcelains. The room is "lifted" and airy looking due to the choice of sheer fabric for the balloon shades and the lovely Murano glass chandelier. Top Kat
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