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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
an Open Brooklyn Loft
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“wall” — footprintlake
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Brooklyn Apartment
apartments in Brooklyn), this one had been renovated a couple years before and was move-in-ready. A charcoal Paramount Sofa is a great structured seating piece for the living room. A vignette from Singleton's art collection rests on the left wall, including "Icebergs" by Cate Woolner (top middle), and "Trucks"
“coffee table” — kg2880
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
“the brick” — Jordan Dedene
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
KIMOY Studios
Red Hook Town House
Townhouse, Brooklyn, New York, Kimoy StudiosThis floor-to-ceiling glazed wall is subdivided, with opaque glazing at the lower level and clear glass above to show the trees and skies. People passing by on the street cast soft shadows on the glass inside.
“Frosted glass” — Vanessa Perdomo
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
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Yakuza Mixed Use
Island from Brooklyn in the early '60s when they where constructing the bridge, so I always wondered if the Verrazano Narrows Bridge inspired the bridge in our home. It was just an amazing, magical place to grow up, and I think my parents would be proud to see what I have created today.Dining furniture: Era
“rug and wood” — mbschoening
Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
3 Reviews
Not-So-Bungalow House
Purekitchen in Brooklyn helped with the kitchen design.
“Open shelves on range wall” — tkreid
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