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15 Central Park West via The Corcoran Group 15 Central Park West via The Corcoran Group
After buying your dream home, the next step is to furnish and decorate it. In New York, this can be equal parts exciting and daunting. For example, those living in high-rises with floor-to-ceiling windows won't want their furniture to compete with the jaw-dropping views. And while design elements like exposed brick and double-height ceilings can add instant character to a room, they also present their own set of design challenges.

Luckily, New York is home to several designers' showrooms and furniture stores catering to all budgets and tastes. As we look through some of the most stylish homes on the market, we also recommend top design and furniture stores throughout the city.

456-West-19th-Street-01 All images of 456 West 19th Street via Compass
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Top-floor duplex penthouse in the heart of the West Chelsea Gallery District has been extraordinarily renovated and re-imagined as the ultimate glamorous showstopper. With north, west, and east exposures, an entry with exquisitely milled custom closets leads to the magnificent double-height living room boasting nearly 20' ceilings. While the interior space is incredible, the enormous rooftop terrace is truly a sight to behold with its own private heated swimming pool, outdoor shower and bathroom, a trellised dining area with a full kitchen, and an abundance of seating. See floor plan and full details here.
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73-Wooster-Street-01 All images of 73 Wooster Street via The Modlin Group
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Quiet home on a tree-lined street has an authentic loft feel typified with its giant casement windows and 14' ceiling heights. Unique finishes abound, like the leathered finish Metallicus stone and black leather wallpaper in the foyer's powder room, meticulously reclaimed French oak parquet floors throughout, the custom glass Murano chandelier in the living room, in addition to gallery lighting and an abundant amount of space for displaying artwork. The entire home is automated with savant controls and wall tablets that control climate, lighting, audio, video, shades and more all customizable to ones wants and desire! See floor plan and full details here.
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15-Central-Park-West-01 All images of 15 Central Park West via The Corcoran Group
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The interiors of this never-before-offered penthouse were curated for the current and original owners and designed to the highest quality by Tony Ingrao. The dramatic gallery welcomes you to the open style living room and is complemented with French doors opening to a Juliet balcony facing east onto Central Park. The living room has a decorative ceiling with custom recessed lighting and a unique open gas fireplace made of hematite stone and black glass. See floor plan and full details here.
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85-Mercer-Street-01 All images of 85 Mercer Street via Compass
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This sprawling 1 bedroom, 2 bathroom loft (easily convertible to two bedroom) was designed and renovated by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne and features all of his masterful modern touches while staying true to the historic, prewar style of Soho. With 14' ceilings, the highest in the building, oversized classic windows, original tin pressed ceilings, metal shutters, and original Corinthian exposed columns, the residence pays homage to the original design. The loft has, however, been updated with modern touches, including a chef's kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.
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20-East-End-Avenue-01 All images of 20 East End Avenue via Compass
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Arrive in this expansive home via a private elevator and take in grand proportions accentuated by quarter-sawn Appalachian white oak floors, soaring ceilings and custom trim and moldings. The Great Room provides a generous footprint for living and dining areas wrapped in southern and eastern exposures. Chefs will delight in the outstanding kitchen where two large pantries flank custom cabinetry, Brazilian granite countertops, Lefroy Brooks hardware and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances. See floor plan and full details here.
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500-West-25th-Street-01 All images of The Emerson via Douglas Elliman
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Duplex penthouse achieves the rare feat of being grandly scaled for entertaining while offering private and intimate spaces for day-to-day living. The upper level houses a dramatic Great Room, top-of-the-line kitchen, and private terrace. The lower level accommodates three luxurious bedroom suites and a massive private terrace. Sponsor paying 24 months of common charges and 1 year of parking included. See floor plan and full details here.
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443-Greenwich-Street-01 All images of 443 Greenwich Street via Sotheby's International Realty
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Upon entering this sprawling home via private key locked elevator, one is struck by grand proportions, refined design and a high level of finish. Rough-hewn columns and beams, 8" white oak flooring, 10'6" ceilings, walls of custom millwork, and a row of oversized arched windows complete the impressive yet livable Great Room. The stunning Christopher Peacock kitchen boasts a full complement of top-of-the-line appliances, and the bedroom wing overlooks the building's courtyard. See floor plan and full details here.
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90-Morton-Street-01 All images of 90 Morton Street via Reuveni Real Estate
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The meticulous penthouse was designed with art lovers and collectors in mind, incorporating centrally controlled ambient and art lighting, designed by award winning lighting designer, Arnold Chan of Isometrix. The sprawling great room and entertaining space offers multiple generous sitting and dining areas, boasting north and west exposures through oversized blackened steel frame glass windows, as well as an open flame gas fireplace. A landscaped private terrace has north, east, and west exposures, with direct Hudson River and Manhattan skyline views. See floor plan and full details here.
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1326-Madison-Avenue-01 All images of The Fairfax via Ty Cole for Ted Porter Architecture
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Upper East Side apartment is currently owned by Bogota-based artist Lorenza Panero, who reconfigured it with custom custom cabinets and movable partitions. Completely renovated by Ted Porter Architecture, its flexible layout allows owners to transform the dining room into a second bedroom with a Murphy bed and partition. The apartment has high ceilings throughout, and southern and eastern exposures fill it with light. See floor plan and full details here.
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270-West-19th-Street-01 All images of The Sedona via Compass
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South-facing duplex in a boutique condominium opens up to a private backyard and features pristine porcelain floors throughout its expansive upper floor and oversized bedroom. The chef's kitchen highlights chic cabinetry, high-end stainless steel appliances, and an abundance of countertop space including a polished breakfast bar. This beautiful home can continue to be used as an oversized one-bedroom or can be converted to offer a second bedroom, home office, and/or a massive walk-in closet. See floor plan and full details here.
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118-Wooster-Street-01 All images of 118 Wooster Street via Brown Harris Stevens
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Housed in the former United Brush Manufactories building, this grand duplex is rich in early 20th-century texture, warmth, and character. Interiors feature original restored hardwood floors throughout, beautifully patinated exposed brick, and high ceilings. The lower level of the duplex is configured in a contemporary open layout that is ideal for entertaining with spacious room for dining, living and an open kitchen; the upper level has multiple bedrooms, two full baths, and a sauna. See floor plan and full details here.
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211-Elizabeth-Street-01 All images of 211 Elizabeth Street via Nest Seekers
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Upon entering this stunning apartment, you have a gorgeous gallery leading up to the bedroom and living room. The apartment has bespoke details of custom gorgeous herringbone solid walnut floors, high gloss black oil paint trim, and grand double-hung windows overlooking charming Elizabeth Street and Prince Street. The handcrafted custom kitchen features Danish wood countertops and detailing, hand painted black cabinetry, custom designed Roman & Williams brass hardware, a pot filler faucet, and top-of-the-line appliances. The apartment is also sold furnished with pieces by Roman & Williams. See floor plan and full details here.
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210-West-90th-Street-01 All images of Astor Court via Douglas Elliman
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Prewar Upper West Side home has been built and customized by artist Allison Eden for both entertaining and comfortable living. Gorgeous hard wood floors, high ceilings and two home office locations make it one-of-a-kind and move-in ready! Built for entertaining, the large living room is equipped with a wet bar with sink, refrigerator and lengthy counter for efficient access to entertain your guests. See floor plan and full details here.
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