Have You Ever Wanted Your Home To Look Like An Establishment You May Have Visited? Well Looky Here! HGTV

Get the Look of New York City’s Hottest Hotels, Restaurants and Stores

Crib some clever design tricks from the best urban spaces in New York City. Find out how to take the edgy looks you love in restaurants, hotels and stores and make them work at home. By Briana Mowrey

City Style

AvroKO, the company responsible for Public’s design, won two James Beard awards for their work there, and it’s easy to see why. The exposed brick, industrial pendant lighting and Tolix stools make the restau… more

City Style

The neutral palette, honey-colored wood, and unusual chandeliers keep things light in the Hotel James. Also keeping things light, literally? The giant floor-to-ceiling windows.

City Style

White walls, gray sofas and a steamer trunk give this Ace Hotel room sitting area some serious vintage industrial style.

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The Trend, Translated

The colors of the walls and sofas have been reversed, but the white and gray neutral palette is also at work in this room by Emily Henderson. The finishing touch? A steamer trunk, of course. (Bonus points fo… more

Weinstein neutral kitchen 3

The Trend, Translated

White subway tile in the home is made for the kitchen or bathroom. This kitchen by Randy Weinstein looks clean, but doesn’t feel too sterile or uninviting, thanks to the warm wood cabinetry. The industrial l… more

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The Trend, Translated

This platform bed also stands out against the dark wall unit behind it. The exposed wood ceilings echo the herringbone wood floors of the Ace and the metal floor lamp is reminiscent of the desk and bedside l… more

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