Six years ago, the current owners bought the hotel rooms and remodeled them within two years. The redevelopment was done by an American architect and the interiors –French designer. The result is a stunning ensemble of quality furniture, expensive finishes, and textiles, complete with numerous pieces of art that, in fact, set the style.
Large windows of the spacious living room, divided into several areas and adjoining the library, look out on the Fifth Avenue, Metropolitan Museum of Art Central Park.
The kitchen in black and white looks elegant. Plenty of space here. The furnishings are cleverly planned, and the appliances meet the highest standards.
The house has three bedrooms. The master bedroom is located next to the dining room. There are two dressing rooms and a real powder room, combined with a bath.
The second bedroom, made as a junior suite, also has a dressing room and bath. Another bedroom with its own bathroom is designed for guests.
Artwork in the interior
Soft shades of beige, brown, and gray prevail here, while details in deep black underline the elegance of the interior and give it a finishing touch. The designers chose marble, ceramic tile and glass as the finishing materials. Shower cubicles with a rain shower system make for very pleasant moments. The house also has a laundry room with two washers and dryers. All bathroom fixtures are from the company Lefroy Brooks, and lighting systems purchased from a famous designer Philippe Starck.