Park Slope BrownstoneTransitional Living Room, New York
Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Custom Millwork Design, Furniture Design, Art Curation, & Landscape Architecture by Chango & Co.
Photography by Ball & Albanese
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Working in the brownstone vernacular also has taught the Brooklyn designer a thing or two about space planning. “Brownstones are narrow, and experience has taught us a few tricks about making them seem less so,” Simonpietri says. “It’s about careful selection of colors and pulling light in from the front and back — because that’s where the windows are.”In the front living room, the designer installed two supersize mirrors on either side of the fireplace to capitalize on the large windows near the entry. The giant pieces reflect light into the space and give the illusion of being windows themselves. “They really amplify the width of the space,” says the designer.Wall paint throughout the house: Gray Sky, Benjamin Moore; ceiling and molding paint throughout the house: Decorators White, Benjamin Moore