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Jen Talbot Design
1 Review
Jen Talbot Studio
The Brooklyn playroom was designed as a woodland wonderland full of unexpected secret places to discover. The rooms main feature is a hand constructed life size 100% felt interactive tree with velcro-able lemons that can be “picked”, birds to be pulled from nests, soft low poufs fashioned to look like
brooklyn playroom.... this was a former small apartment kitchen&was transformed into the most adorable&beautiful urban playroom/kids room ive ever seen!!!
brooklyn playroom.... i love the "tree branch" hooks
“3d tree” — force09
Maletz Design
1 Review
Park Slope brownstone
the bottom and holly on the top. The doors and drawer-fronts are solid wood, no veneers. Totally beautiful work by South Slope Woodworks here in Brooklyn. Thanks for asking!
South slope wood works in Brooklyn lower oiled walnut cabinets
“Cab Colors.” — Hilary Grant
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
The painter is Joyce Kim, a Brooklyn artist. http://www.thierrygoldberg.com/joyce_kim/
Brooklyn 2 story remodel
Joyce Kim, a Brooklyn artist.
“Alternative supporting column ideas.” — boston187
High Camp Home
2 Reviews
Juniper HIlls
t%20Wall-Toledo PENDANT Manufacturer: Troy Lighting (Unconfirmed by High Camp Home) Collection: Brooklyn Link: http://www.lightingdesign.com/Troy%20Lighting/F3144/One%20Light%20Pendant-Brooklyn If you are interested in ordering, feel free to send me an email at eporter@lightingdesign.com or call
“Love it all” — niki2u2
Brookfield Residential Calgary
Brookfield Residential - Auburn Bay - Leighton Showhome
Like blow up of Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge Geometric Art
“stop everything..loving Black and White..super classic” — Jill Rosenwald
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
Rear facade in Brooklyn Heights brownstone addition by Ben Herzog, architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.
Brooklyn Heights Addition “Hi, may I know what is the material used for the door and window frames?” “Hi- It does? All of the doors and windows are from Marvin
If your house is in a historic district, like this Brooklyn brownstone, check if you're allowed to replace your windows. Restoring may be your only option.
“Staircase access” — India Boodram
Home & Stone
1 Review
Brooklyn Home 2
Brooklyn Home 2
“Tiles” — candela7090
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Antiques and curio items add interest to a Brooklyn brownstone
My Houzz: Antiques and curio items add interest to a Brooklyn brownstone
countertops to give a vintage, cottage feel to the kitchen. Kitschy accessories, such as illustrated dish towels, add a splash of color.Dish towels: The Brooklyn Kitchen
“Kitchen idea” — tylerphillip
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