A three-storey converted mews house in Brooklyn, New York. The ground floor comprises an open-plan kitchen-diner and a living area. The children's bedroom, a study, play area with craft room and bathroom are on the first floor and the top floor has the master bedroom and bathroom.
1/6 Living room/garden
The space faces north, but the double-height windows overlooking the garden compensate by letting plenty of light. The varnished concrete floor - cosied up with a large vibrant rug - provides a robust play space for children.
The magenta on the walls complements the timber worktops while the dark splashback tiles add texture.
For a similar bench, try Greenfingers.
3/6 Master bedroom
The master bedroom runs the length of the second floor, with a terrace at one end and a balcony at the other.
The bathroom is inspired by Japanese bathing traditions. The bathroom looks onto a terrace at the front of the house, kept private with a high wall.
5/6 Children’s bathroom
Wood adds warmth, while a cute graphic shower curtain gives the children's bathroom a younger vibe.
6/6 Children’s room
The children's bedroom is painted bright white with personalised stickers that can be easily changed as they grow older.
For a bed like this, try Kids Love Design.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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