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High above the city, with vistas looking out to the Chrysler building to the north and One World Trade Center to the south, this unique three-bedroom condo is the epitome of New York luxury. Housed in the 88 & 90 Lex building, an architectural feat where a pre-war building from 1920 and a post-war building from the 1950s have been combined to form one stunning place to call home, is a home where opposites attract. Bits of Hollywood glamour and mid-century style are blended together seamlessly to form an interior that has a timeless, classic design.Continue to 2 of 14 below.
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With a little over 2,300 square feet, this home's design is all about blending high style and necessity into one modern space. The kitchen does just that with a combination of striking materials. Warm woods are showcased in the millwork of the cabinetry that offers a sleek, streamlined storage option. The countertops are a bold stone surface. The shade is a perfect tie-in to the building's exterior - classic limestone.Continue to 3 of 14 below.
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The kitchen's mix of finishes creates an unexpected layered look that is both warm and glamorous. Above the woodwork, gray stone is the perfect backsplash behind the stove. Atop the stone, a glowing, metallic range hood adds to the layers of finishes in this modern kitchen. The hood is the perfect pop of bling among the neutral tones in the kitchen.Continue to 4 of 14 below.
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While situated in a high-rise building, this Manhattan home brings the outdoors in. With views of the city skyline from almost every angle, the owner's are able to look out on some of New York's most stunning architectural delights, daily. Large windows highlight what's beyond the walls of the building. And inside, an open-plan floor plan enhances the space of the interior. The wide open living areas feel even more spacious with high ceilings that add to the generous layout.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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The interior features pieces from RH Modern, that's known for sleek, minimal style. The stylish sectional is a statement piece in the living area. Upholstered in plush washed Belgian linen, the seating invites visitors in. The clean neutral backdrop is dotted with silk and velvet pillows in shades of red and purple for extra comfort. For a natural touch, a 60-inch cast root coffee table in a bronze finish grounds the living area.Continue to 6 of 14 below.
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The hallways is the perfect place for artful accents in this New York home. A selection of brass elements shines at the end of the hallway, including the brass steer skull. Down the hall, abstract works of art hung gallery style are a beautiful touch.Continue to 8 of 14 below.
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A Contemporary Bedroom
The master bedroom is this home's sanctuary. The mix of neutrals is a calming color palette, perfect for rest and relaxation. The room has been designed with comfort in mind, with no detail left unattended too. Furnishings have been chosen to be both tactile and eye-catching, like the brown oak dresser featuring striking gold detailing.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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In front of a perfect view of the cityscape, a small reading nook has been carved out in the master bedroom. The intimate space, mainly a mix of neutrals and wood tones, is given a bit of life with a large fiddle leaf fig tree that adds life to the space.Continue to 10 of 14 below.
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A high, tufted headboard is a moment of luxury in this richly detailed bedroom. Upholstered in velvet, the details of the headboard add to the warm and cozy vibe of the space.Continue to 11 of 14 below.
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The Wet Room
Every detail has been considered in the master bathroom. The tiled wet room has been built with radiant floor heating, meaning showers will never end with a chill. Inside the showers, Hansgrohe fixtures are a perfect addition. The modern shower heads look sleek, and refined in the bathroom. For a high-tech finishing touch, all the mirrors in the bathroom have defoggers.Continue to 12 of 14 below.
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The guest bedroom, while more snug, still offers a comfortable retreat. A handwoven wool rug and linen bedding add to the natural, organic feel of the space.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Next to the bed, a hard-edged wood table is the perfect nightstand. Atop it, a cast, metal table lamp is a masculine detail within the space.Continue to 14 of 14 below.
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Guest Bath Style
For the guest bathroom, many of the features from the master bath are in this space as well. While on a smaller scale, this small guest bath has big style. A well-apportioned bathtub makes it the perfect place for guests to soak in some relaxation.