Vibrant colors and prints in design of restored Brooklyn brownstone

It is now hard to believe that this neat brownstone in Brooklyn was abandoned for 20 years. But with the help of painstaking work of designers and architects, it was possible to save the dilapidated facade made of sandstone and brick, and to transform the interiors. Color has become the star of the project, a bright palette in all its diversity is presented on all four floors of the house. The tone is set by the salmon living room, here the designer applied an interesting technique and painted the ceiling in the color of the walls, due to which we get an even stronger effect. There is also a lot of blue in the interiors, different shades of it are presented in the kitchen on the basement floor. Prints help add texture and even more fun: from simple geometry to tropical wallpapers. It’s great that such a beautiful building has found a new life!

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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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