The iconic Victorian facade of this New York home recently got a modern extension. The 19th-century mansion was ideally suited in spirit and style, but the owners were a little cramped in it, so they decided to erect another building attached to it. Thanks to the slatted exterior, it is similar in style to the original house, and the dark color is designed to emphasize the contrast. Inside the annex, the interiors are quite minimalist, and the inspiration for this design was the houses of Dutch settlers. The main decorations of the space are elegant windows with black frames and a huge fireplace. The renovation was not limited to the extension, the designers also renewed the historic interiors of the main building. The Victorian elements were supplemented with dark wood panels, patterned wallpaper and a beautiful palette of blue and green. A great story about marriage of old and new!
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