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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
Up in BrooklynThis owner loved the industrial look of his loft — once home to the New York Trolley Museum — but he needed a little separation to make it work for his lifestyle. A few new walls created a separate dining room, two bedrooms and a living space. Leaving the rooms just slightly open to one
“Love the wall” — pleaseletme
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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
an Open Brooklyn Loft
from Brooklyn Flea
“brickwork” — clemwong
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Zelda Josephs
If I ever move back to Brooklyn, NY, this is where I'd love to live!
Brooklyn Heights - wow!
skyline from Brooklyn Heights.
View from Brooklyn
“Ultimate dream: a view on Manhattan ! Fell in love with this city the first time I went and fell in” — thrty
Bostudio Architecture, P.C.
Ditmas Park House
in this Brooklyn home, remodeled by BoStudio Architects. In this case the dark wainscoting was removed to open up the space, and as a result, the carved newel post shines.
“Old entryway” — pianos88keys
Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Remodeling house in Germany
shares with Brooklyn, New York, photographer Julia Cawley. "I work on the tabletop area by my kitchen on weekends and in the evenings. Its proximity to my kitchen is very practical, given all the food-related projects that I'm busy with," she says.
“Love the floor” — Diane Maartens
KIMOY Studios
Red Hook Town House
residence in Brooklyn, New York, has a large storefront facing the sidewalk, hardly an ideal place for lots of see-through glass. Breaking up the floor-to-ceiling glass into smaller squares allowed translucent panes to be inserted.
“Storefront” — kanash12
Catalina Estrada
Catalina Estrada
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
“floor” — Zoe' Anderson
Lindsay von Hagel
Dallas: Alicia + Adam
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
“Colors” — Marianne Berthelot
What colours do I use?
I desperately need help with choosing colours for my decor!! We have an everyday living room with charcoal carpets and grey sofas - as in the photos...
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