When we think about timeless modern homes, it’s difficult not to think about stylish trends in contemporary settings. And if we find them in the chic neighborhood The Upper East Side, sometimes abbreviated as UES, then it will look even better.
The Upper East Side apartment of Dr. Clifford Hudis and his wife, Jane Hertzmark Hudis, an executive at Estée Lauder, is an example of those stylish trends.
Designed by Shelton, Mindel & Assoc, it displays a 1950s Line Vautrin mirror in the living room, whose walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Silver Lake gray. A bolding statement is achieved by a Jonas sofa and a vintage Carl Malmsten settee, accented with pillows covered in patterned Fortuny fabrics.
Here we can find an Upper East Side duplex renovated by Steven Harris Architects and decorated by Rees Roberts + Partners. A glass-walled penthouse showcases the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The outdoor seating is by Dedon, while the living room chair in the foreground is vintage Milo Baughman. Indiana limestone paves both the terrace and the interior.
Midcentury style is present in Frédéric Malle’s New York City living room, with all elements combining together. Imagine Fritz Hansen stilnovo chair along with a Venetian Renaissance painting and a sofa and cocktail table by Cassina.
Designers Brooke Gomez and Mariette Himes Gomez updated Tracy Pollan and Michael J. Fox’s Upper East Side living room with Clean-lined modern furnishings highlights this Upper East Side living room , including blue-glass table lamps from Bernd Goeckler Antiques and a pair of Dessin Fournir sofas covered in a Claremont fabric; the artwork between the windows is by Louise Bourgeois, the piano is by Steinway & Sons, and the early-20th-century Turkish Oushak carpet is from Doris Leslie Blau.
Elegance is present in each detail, since the chic piano to the conventional classic decor.