This classic 1901 townhouse in Brooklyn is home to a family of four. From the entrance hall, you immediately enter a spacious, light-flooded living room, in which the seating area, dining room and kitchen smoothly merge into each other. The dining table and sideboard are vintage, and the quirky island in the kitchen is customly designed with ribbed white edges and a deep-veined Paonazzo marble top. Right behind the dining area, under the stairs, there is an unusual bathroom, the walls in it are hand-painted, and the countertop and shelves are made of the most beautiful honey marble. Another interesting bathroom is located on the second floor – it was decorated with an old brick fireplace. And although there are few original designs and objects of the early 20th century preserved in the house, the owners and designer managed to create an interesting vintage atmosphere here!
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