ks in Brooklyn, New York. Both companies hand-make the chairs and are environmentally conscientious.More:Modern Icons: The Butterfly ChairFun Furniture: Chairs in the AirModern Icons: The George Nelson Coconut Chair
fairs in Brooklyn hangs next to the front door.Door paint: Egg Yolk, Martha Stewart Living (discontinued); wall paint: Chinchilla, Behr; artwork: Renegade Craft Fair, Red Hook Art Fair, Mary Emma Hawthorne, Melissa Banigan
house in Brooklyn belonged to dear friends of the architect, Bruce Coburn, making the renovation all the more special. Here, Coburn has taken full advantage of the stairs, lining them with bookshelves. This move makes the narrow media room seem wider.
Added to 425 ideabooks Last comment "I like the shaker-style faces, not a fan of the pulls."
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made in Brooklyn, matching the appliances and continuing the clean style of the space. The only thing kept during the remodel was the upper cabinets. Everything else is new, including the layout, which Dana wanted to keep simple but practical to make things easier for cooking. The cabinets were custom