1. NYC Duplex Penthouse by Scott Sanders, LLC

Interiors by Scott Sanders, LLC; Photography by Peter Murdock

The only thing more enviable than this chic NYC duplex’s views of the city, is its spectacular collection of mid century furniture. Stellar pieces by Charles and Ray Eames, Hans Wegner, Edward Wormley, and Eero Saarinen are complemented by sumptuous textures (hello, plush carpets and velvet upholstery) and pops of color, creating a bold and exceedingly livable environment. Click here to view the full project.

2. Tudor Master by Eberlein Design Consultants

Interiors by Eberlein Design Consultants

This sophisticated Tudor home is rendered in the subtle hues favored by the Pennsylvania-based architect Allen Evans in 1896. Inside, it explodes into a celebration of rich color, pattern and texture—a reflection of the inhabitants’ joyful aesthetic spirit. The home’s exuberant spaces are brimming with classical furnishings, including Neoclassical and Regency furniture, Chinese export porcelain, and Louis XV seating. Click here to view the full project.  

3. A Little Color by Jay Jeffers—The Studio

Interiors by Jay Jeffers—The Studio

This modern abode proves that a home can be colorful without being too in-your-face. Designer Jay Jeffers opted for a palette of soft blues, greens and purples, infusing the residence with a lively yet serene atmosphere. Striking lighting, a curated collection of modern art and geometric patterns round out this home’s fresh aesthetic. Click here to view the full project.