Go to Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North are. Find the Andrew Franz artwork there. Yeah, he transform the caviar warehouse becomes the awesome dwell. This building is built in 1884. Now, it renovates with 3,000 square feet to floor until roof. By industrial feeling, all of the living spaces still has genuine look and vivid. Used to, it is the dark attic with bad vent. At this time, it is changes more dynamic and modern.
Okay, all descriptions of the house are from this paragraph until finish. Enthralling staircase is toward to the roof top garden with glazed wall design. By the way, it still has stair to go to the roof. There is amazing outdoor decoration with extreme infinity pool. Rooftop garden with the glass wall is the astonishing alfresco. Underneath is rustic dining area with intimate feeling. Under the unique pendant light is big round table with mid-century chair. Warm nuance also comes from the brick wall design and the window.
Distinguish from that area, living room looks more stylish. The location is the opposite of the dining room and staircase. It is more spacious area with eye catching layout. Sectional turquoise sofa becomes the attractive focal point there. Besides that, there are enchanting firefly pendant lights too. Furthermore, fancy open kitchen is in front of the kitchen. Indeed, it is the smart social area layout with easy extent to the both spots. Cool orange accent backsplash contrasts the grey countertop.
Pleasurable master bedroom is behind the dining area. Black bedroom door faces off the orange wardrobe. Well, that room applies neutral look to gets the maximal placidity. Hidden bathroom design has exquisite 3D backsplash on the simple vanity sets. Lastly, see the roof design. Aside the pool, it has beautiful flowery garden with charming outdoor decoration. Realize to hold the world from this place. Alright, I acknowledge that the Caviar warehouse design is extraordinary.