Artistic focus

Job Site by: Architect - Paul Miller , Contractor - EGC Construction

Stunning art-filled Covington penthouse with soaring windows offers spectacular views in every direction


Even the striking black and white master bathroom design has a spectacular view, but remote controlled shades offer privacy when needed.

With padded outdoor furniture, the over-sized balconies are a favorite place for occasional naps when family—especially a brother—comes to visit.

The fireplace wall is covered with 6-by-24-inch stacked stone, which quietly complements the striking art pieces by Cincinnati artist Jackie Frey.



Despite the extravagant interior design style seen in this home, the numerous works or art and the mesmerizing statues and lighting fixtures, the skyline will always be the star of this space.

From the kitchen’s farmhouse sink, you can catch a glimpse of the collection of porcelain and steel tiles made by the owner and her sister.

A vibrant piece of wall art, by artist Megan Triantafillou, hangs in this guest bedroom design and completes the fun, colorful vibe.



Throughout this home improvement project, the homeowner was on-site every day, and rented a unit at the nearby Ascent, a colorful luxury condo building seen to the right.

The river view, easily seen from any of the multiple windows, is something the homeowner loved from her previous hilltop home in Anderson Township, albeit the view is quite different from this vantage point.

Between the kitchen and sitting area, cabinetry housing a standard-height wine cabinet was raised to pub-height by simply by adding a drawer under the countertop.



Sliding glass doors off the bedroom lead to an expansive balcony that is also accessible from the living room and allow a view of festive hit-a-homerun fireworks.

Behind the multi-level kitchen island, the kitchen's existing wood paneled Sub-Zero refrigerators were refaced with stainless steel overlays.

Easily viewable from this hallway, ceiling moldings help define the separate living areas within the open space of this home design.



A metal sculpture by Lish, that previously sat in the homeowner’s front yard was cleaned up, placed on a glass base and now sits next to the dining room.

With an abundance of cabinetry and flat surfaces, there’s plenty of space to sort, fold, hang and store in this well-equipped laundry room.

Upon entering the home, wall art by Louisville artist Joyce Garner gives guests an immediate taste of the vibrant art that is placed throughout the space.



Each guest bedroom design in this luxurious condo has a private bath as well as a tremendous view of its own.

Overshadowed by colorful throw pillows and artwork, a subtle door in one of the guest rooms leads to a bit of a bonus space—a glass walled curved room available to all residents. This homeowner uses it as a greenhouse for a few herbs and tomato plants.

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