The luxurious condominium ideas are located in Chelsea, New York City. The area is about 4000 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. This condominium promises luxury and stylish interior design. In the outside, the view of Empire State Building is ready to welcome the dwellers. While in the inside, be prepared to feel the spectacular design of the condominium.
For condominium design ideas, the floors mainly are wooden, with stone accent in the center to mark the area of the room. Entering the living room, there is a vintage accent of the room interior which marked with angled legged chairs and coffee table. While comfortable grey sofa also match well with the vintage accent of the chairs and table. Between the grey colored sofa and chair, a couple of green mint colored chairs with red pillows brings fresh looks in the room. The wooden grand piano in the corner of the room brings elegant and classic interior decor that is looked in the rooms.
Entering the kitchen, the blonde wooden cabinets are combined with white colored marble countertops. Completing to the design, white colored and glass dining equipment are displayed in the shelves as decoration in the kitchen. While the kitchen appliances are in metal material to add the modern looks. In the corner of kitchen area, there is a breakfast room that matches with the kitchen color. Besides the kitchen, the dining room is welcoming the dweller with its rounded wooden table. The dining room is marked with the stunning pattern of stone accent in its floor.
On the way to enter the master bedroom with open bedroom design, there is a mini gallery with slate accent wall that bring a dramatic looks. The master bedroom is designed in black walnut color, in contrast with the other rooms. Stylish design marks this room with hanged barrier to install the smart television. This room also has dressing area which perfectly fit with the room design. Overall, the condominium interior design ideas combine the vintage and modern design without ruin the beauty and characteristics of each concept.