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Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks14,754
Questions10
Hoping to do a similar renovation on our Brooklyn brownstone. Thanks! James
windows in the back of a brownstone
Franks brownstone what it could be
Brownstone in Brooklyn ♡
Windows brick brownstone
I just love brownstones!
Park Slope Brownstone
Brownstone exterior
“the layout of patio” — jakthom
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks6,409
Questions7
Manhattan brownstone
Great facade for brownstone
“Windows” — april112
JP Warren Interiors
Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Ideabooks686
Questions2
paint, brownstone, detail
brownstone and molding idea
“Chandelier” — helenjoygreen
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Carlyn And Company Interiors + Design
2 Reviews
Brownstone Collection Montague
Ideabooks668
Questions2
Brownstone Collection Montague
kitchen in brownstone
Love this Brownstone space
brownstone layout...cool brownstone
“bricked wall” — Julie Johnson
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
11 Reviews
A. Delancey Place Renovation
Ideabooks692
Questions2
It is actually honed Brownstone from ... outside of NYC.
Nice grey countertops - honed Brownstone.
Honed brownstone on counter love the cab n where the stove is
Honed brownstone counter
honed brownstone countertops
“love the symetry” — tericroyeau
East Village Brownstone
Ideabooks310
Questions0
East Village Brownstone, designed by Bill Peterson, Architect. Photographed by John Hill
very cool brownstone East village/ NYC, retractable garage door
thin veneer of brownstone to a lightweight honeycomb backing
very cool East Village brownstone - no retail space at bottom and retractable wall on 2nd floor!
veneer of brownstone to a lightweight honeycomb backing, just like the top layer of the ground floor, as mentioned earlier in this story. Traditional brownstone would have made the wall too heavy to raise and bring inside the space. With the variety of different claddings — brownstone, brownstone veneer
“WOW! Watch your step.” — Gourmet Galleys & Loos | Kitchen and Bath Design
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
Ideabooks17,060
Questions8
Rear facade in Brooklyn Heights brownstone addition by Ben Herzog, architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.
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.
Row house. This urban housing style takes on a different look depending on the city, from the brownstones of New York to the Victorian row houses of San Francisco
“brick and bluestone” — The Lazy Gardener
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Port Washington Residence
Ideabooks8,290
Questions7
Narofsky kept the living room ceilings open to give the impression of greater height. Steel beams are capped with reclaimed wood from New York City brownstones. "The rich quality of the wood adds a lot to the space and refers back to the Pacific Northwest look," Narofsky says. The fireplace wall has two
Narofsky brought in reclaimed wood from New York City brownstones for the ceiling. Its beauty and texture allowed him to leave the ceiling open to the beams, adding height.
“Living room” — hsab
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