Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Choosing bold paint shades is an effortless way to transform an interior space from commonplace to compelling. These spirited residences succeed with vivid, eye-catching doses of color in a variety of spaces.
High above Fifth Avenue in East Harlem, this dramatic 3,045-square-foot condominium residence is a sophisticated aerie with magnificent views and floods of natural light. In addition to three bedrooms, it offers a chic eat-in kitchen with superior-caliber stainless-steel appliances, a generous living room with a gas fireplace and vistas of Central Park, and a formal dining room with a cinematic view and a bold accent wall. Furthering the opportunities for festive entertaining is an enviable terrace with a bar and an alfresco kitchen.
This dazzling two-level three-bedroom penthouse in Nob Hill combines bespoke modern amenities with elegant historic details, creating a one-of-a-kind oasis in one of San Francisco’s most coveted neighborhoods. A living room with a remarkable soaring cathedral ceiling, a classic wet bar, and a spacious chef’s kitchen with views of the bay and Alcatraz are adjoined by a vibrantly toned formal dining room with picture windows and built-in shelving. The rooftop terrace gazes out at the water, Grace Cathedral, and the city skyline.
Regal and refined, this Regency-style residence in Palm Beach occupies an oversized estate site that features a welcoming motor court and an alluring backyard with lush grass, vibrant flora, and a refreshing pool with deck jets. The 4,874-square-foot interiors blend elegant classical details with cheerful color befitting the coastal locale: on the kitchen island and the walls and bookshelves of the library, in the rosy hue pervading the formal dining room, in various shades of carpeting, and in the wall treatments of multiple baths.
On 2.05 meticulously manicured acres in Houston’s lush Shadyside neighborhood, this impressive estate comprises an “artist’s cottage,” a carriage house with two apartments, a pool, a sports court, and a four-bedroom main residence designed by esteemed architect William Ward Watkin. Painstakingly renovated and expanded while retaining its historic character, the home offers formal living and entertaining spaces, a well-equipped kitchen, and a china and breakfast room with dramatic arched windows, an island, a wine chiller, abundant storage, and walls in a regal rosy hue.