Interior designer Michele Bitter was tasked to transform two Manhattan apartments on the Upper West Side and combine them for a family with two children and another on the way. The result is a tranquil 2,500-square-foot home that helped this family ease back into the bustling city life after being on the outskirts for so long. This home is so stunning that New York Spaces, a magazine that celebrates the best of New York area design, featured it in their latest issue.
In the dining room, a Solitaire modern pendant light in Smoke glass hangs above the table. The neutral color of our luxurious Smoke glass complements the suede-upholstered vintage chairs and the yellow tones found in the conjoining kitchen area, especially the mustard bar stools and L-shaped bench seating. With an open floor plan, the kitchen, dining, living and family rooms allow the owners to move about freely in their everyday routines and when they entertain. Our pendant light brings sophistication and elegance to this intimate yet cozy setting, creating an environment for the homeowners and guests to enjoy.
Photos by Mark Roskams