Complete with heart-stopping views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, the East River waterfront, and beyond, the interior design of this 3-bedroom home on the 60th floor of One Manhattan Square is inspired by the views, with organic shapes and rich textures that recall the shapes of the New York Harbor and dynamic skyline. What’s trending? See:Interiors trends 2020 – the key looks to take your home into a new decade


A mix of custom modern furnishings, such as twin curved sofas in the expansive living room, and vintage pieces, like a 1950s Vittorio Dassi bar, result in an elevated, yet organic and comfortable, heart of the home.


Each room is an immersive experience that reflects the home’s luxurious finishes and atmosphere.


The rise of the open plan space has had a huge impact on kitchen furniture design. An island doubles as a serving and seating area, and is a cost-effective way of planning a kitchen. See:Meghan Markle’s former Los Angeles house is on sale for $1.8 million


The property cleverly mixes straight, sharp edges with softer, curvaceous furnishings.


The entire residence is clad in rich texture, such as in the serene master bedroom, where layers of calming neutral tones complement the panoramic city and water views.


In a children’s bedroom, meanwhile, a geometric Casa Kids bunk bed creates a playful atmosphere, bolstered by bright pops of unexpected colour. Want to see more design houses? See:Design house: an historic lakefront Tudor with a dark, Gothic interior


The bathroom has breathtaking views over the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor. Interior design / Jamie Bush + Co Jamie Bush + Co, (opens in new tab)