All posts with tag:Brooklyn

Our favorite brand Anthropologie continues to create vibrant and inspiring interiors with New York charm and to set the tone for contemporary American design. This time, the company’s designers got their hands on a magnificent historic townhouse in Brooklyn, and they turned it into a real oasis of style and comfort in the middle of…

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…

The interiors of this newly renovated townhouse in Brooklyn look brand new. Stepping inside, guests find themselves in a bright, spacious living room with a fireplace, which immediately sets you in a calm mood. Further there is a gorgeous white kitchen with a marble countertop – a paradise for a lover of cooking and kitchen…

Dumbo is a neighborhood in Brooklyn with great views of Manhattan’s skyscrapers. It is here, in one of the houses on Washington Street, that this apartment is located. The designers got an empty space without renovation, so there was a lot of room for the implementation of ideas. The client wanted bright, modern interiors with…

This brownstone is one of sixteen similar homes built in 1877 on Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn. Almost nothing was left of the historical interiors, and the current look of the home is design in a modern style. From the front door, you immediately find yourself in the open space of the first floor: there is…

This Brooklyn townhouse was built in 1854, but there is nothing reminiscent of the 19th century. On the contrary, the design is bright and modern. Wooden objects and golden accents were selected in addition to the snow-white finish, flavored with bright accessories. The kitchen turned out to be very interesting – the upper cabinets above…

Sophisticated shades of pink and green merged into a magnificent atmospheric combination in this 19th-century Brooklyn townhouse. The owners, young architects carefully restored all the original architectural details of the interiors, including a gorgeous fireplace, door portals, stucco molding. The space turned out to be both traditional and modern, as if timeless, but at the…

The renovations of this wonderful townhouse in Brooklyn ended last summer. The space used to be dull outdated, so it was necessary to adapt the home for a modern family. The designer did not give up classic forms, stucco moldings and a fireplace on the first floor, but only complemented them with more stylish and…

Loft spaces, especially in our country, often lack individuality – they are designed in the same typical way with the familiar tricks and hackneyed designer solutions. But this bright loft in Brooklyn is just not like that. Designer Bella Mancini created this space for her good friend, and she was able to wonderfully combine original…

This brownstone townhouse in Brooklyn is the dream of any city dweller, because it combines the spaciousness of a country house with all the advantages of living in a megalopolis. Typically, this type of building does not imply large panoramic windows, but the owners of this house have completely redesigned its original structure. Therefore, now…