Gentle restoration and bright new detail: 1870s townhouse in Brooklyn

The designers who worked on the interiors of this 1870s townhouse in Brooklyn had a difficult task: to restore the original elements of the old home while giving it a modern feel. Despite the home’s rich history, previous owners hid much of the late 19th century details. A team of designers and builders restored the old hearth in the kitchen, dismantled and rebuilt both staircases, and refurbished the fireplaces. In the kitchen and living room, a great combination of aqua and different shades of wood was used, while brass elements helped to set the necessary accents and added sophistication. The designers themselves describe it as a French eclecticism with aristocratic touches. At the same time, due to the witty decor, unusual wallpapers and well-chosen lamps, the house is very much in line with the spirit of our time!

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Maria is the lead author at She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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  1. Лариса

    Прекрасная работа

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