With floor-to-ceiling windows and a breathtaking view, designer Neal Beckstedt found a way to create a space that is just as sleek as the Manhattan skyline that frames it. The neutral color palette of midcentury furniture mixed with textured accents perfectly complements rather than competes with the room's breathtaking views. Inspired by Beckstedt's luxe design, you can get a look similar to this Upper East Side pad with minimalistic pieces and a few key accessories — with or without the New York skyline.
Get the Look: A Gorgeous Midcentury Modern in Manhattan
Source: Neal Beckstedt Studio
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