The owners of this Brooklyn townhouse wanted to create a home suitable for living with kids, but at the same time highlighting the history of the building, which was built in the 19th century. As a result, they agreed on a combination of classics and modern style. During the recent renovation, it was decided to leave the stucco molding, stairs, fireplace portals and a beautiful front door. These old elements are supported by wooden furniture and sophisticated decor, while the overall minimalism and milky finishes keep the interiors from becoming too classic. As for the decor, we can see lots of cheerful pieces, such as toys, drawings or little things that make family life easier, and the neon sign in the kitchen, for example, adds mood and encourages people to eat more vegetables. Excellent friendship of classics and modernity!
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