Not pictured: Most of the foyer, 3/4 of the living room, half of the kitchen, the bathroom, the hallway, and much of the bebdroom.
First, the living room, with a glimpse of the foyer:
This is North-East corner of the living room. The South wall has a desk, a space for the soon-to-come dining table (ha, I think it's never going to show up, and I'm about to begin the quest for antique chairs), and the entertainment center. And the North-West has the couch. It is, as Zak says, the largest room ever in a Manhattan apartment. The foyer extends to both sides of the archway, and there are closets on either side. I'm still waiting for some furniture for the foyer, and really, something for right at the entry way so that it doesn't look like a hallway, but like a place where people want to come and hang out.
Next, the kitchen:
A pretty typical galley-shaped kitchen. There's a back door the the place in the back (where I'm standing), and more counter space against the back wall. Exactly what I could hope for - better, even. There is room to put a little breakfast table by the window, but I've mostly filled that space with a huge bookcase full of cookbooks (I have six shelves of cookbooks. Am I obsessed? I don't think so.) and a large metal storage shelving unit with pink mixers, blenders, and other girl-y kitchen utensils. And I'm considering a wine fridge.
(PS? Matt gave me that stained glass our first Christmas in St. Louis.)
And, finally, a picture of the bedroom that doesn't show off anything but the bed:
Seriously - the rug in the front you see a little sliver of? It's 5x7, and past the rug, behind me, is our dresser and my mammoth shoe cubes. And on the South wall there are windows, and the North wall has two huge closets.
But let's take a minute to look a that bed. That bed took me the better part of an afternoon to put together - it's gorgeous, it's pretty brown leather, and it's exactly what I wanted. (Also, we put the pretty display of the four pictures we bought in Paris on the wall facing the bed - we wanted the good view of the art.)
When the table arrives, and when the foyer is finished, and if you really want to see the bathroom and the hallway, pictures will come. So... what do you think?