1. Floridian Exuberance by Cullman & Kravis

Interiors by Cullman & Kravis

This bright and airy coastal retreat by Cullman & Kravis is a perfect blend of timeless refinement and playful whimsy. A neutral palette in the home’s entryway, dining room, main living area, and kitchen, is the perfect foil to an eclectic mix of art and design. Filled with unexpected juxtapositions (think an irreverent painting by the conceptual artist Mel Bochner hung above a classic console), the sun-splashed residence succeeds at being both exceedingly elegant and approachable. Click here to view the full project.

2. Buttonwood by Meadowbank Designs

Interiors by Meadowbank Designs

This English Tudor-style masterpiece recently nabbed first place from the Philadelphia Interior Design Awards in the Residential: Single Family Residence category. The spectacular home, which features vaulted ceilings, exposed wood trusses, beautifully carved details, and decorative plaster ceilings, is filled with fabulous folk art, including a number of stunning weathervanes, blanket chests, and Americana seating, as well as Chippendale furniture and a curated selection of classical paintings. The gracious residence is firmly rooted in tradition yet extremely livable today. Click here to view the full project.

3. Family Apartment, Greenwich Village by Glenn Gissler Design

Interiors by Glenn Gissler Design

This understated family home is located in a pre-war building on Fifth Avenue. Inhabited by ardent art collectors, Glenn Gissler sought to create a fitting backdrop for the home’s magnificent collection of modern and contemporary drawings. A serene palette and sleek, sculptural furniture complement the myriad works on paper displayed throughout the residence. To accentuate the home’s historic integrity, Gissler renewed much of its architectural detail, including crown moldings, baseboards, and door casings—all of which were thoughtfully recreated. Click here to view the full project.