To put it simply, a townhouse is a home that is part of a row of attached houses. Homes are side-by-side with no space in between. This townhouse in Greenwich Village, New York City by , certainly fits that description. However, it goes a few steps more and incorporates glamour, elegance, and artistic expression while maintaining a sense of privacy, yet welcoming environment.
There is something charismatic about a townhouse. Such a dwelling has a commodious attraction, such as the residence here. The comfy living room area combines traditional, modernistic, and aesthetic décor. The primary color is flush and complements the soft textures on the sofa and accent chair. A fireplace enhances the homelike feel of the room and abstract art aggrandizes the wall.
The kitchen area is the most colorful. It exudes a rustic vibe with traditional American styled kitchen cabinets. The hexagon shaped terracotta hued floor together with the bright turquoise cabinets are extremely vivid as the shades reflect natural light giving the room an organic glow. The earthly hued wood dining table contrasts beautifully with the deeper, richer shades and the iron chandelier is an added bonus. The back door leading to the outside offers warm breezes and an innate feeling of contentment.
The winding stairway is a dynamic fixture in the passageway. As one walks up the stairs, a collage of photographs create an interesting focal point. The photographic display further heightens the restful appeal of the interior.
The dining area is graced with elaborate, conservative, and modernistic furnishings. The huge bookshelf is an intimate addition. It signifies repose and calmness. However, the striped accent rug contrasts the idea of inactivity, but only slightly. The overall atmosphere is laid back, cultured, and casual.
The study area is decorated in a traditional style with foreign enhancements like the French pane window. The sturdy squared desk has a glossy veneer and is complemented by the geometrically designed carpet. The colors work harmoniously creating a glistening presence of refinement.
The bedroom continues with the overall theme of the home. The sophisticated moderately monotone scheme is designed for comfortableness and intrigue. What’s more, the bathroom is a paradise structured with a spa like influence. The space has the setting of a leisure holiday in some exotic location.
The entire townhouse has it’s own style and stands out from many ordinary townhouses. For example, the interior pool is sure to give residents and guests alike a splash of recreational entertainment. There are many special attractions in and outside. From the stunning Doric style Roman columns at the entrance to the lovely bedroom with twin beds that are fashioned similar to the interior of a beautiful yacht.
There’s something magnificent about townhouses. They are special dwellings that can be rustic, traditional, contemporary, or even shabby-chic. The design is only restricted by the imagination of the architect.