A turn-of-the-century brownstone in Brooklyn, New York. The living room, kitchen-diner and WC are on the first floor. The second floor has a utility room, bedroom and guest bedroom, both with en suites. The master bedroom, plus walk-in wardrobes and a gym and study area, are on the third floor. The owner has a workshop in the basement, while the ground floor is rented out. Shades and monochrome shades are perfectly balanced in this symmetrical space, the heart of this family home. The light combines bare socket cups with asymmetrical cascades of crystal.
The owners’ ‘keep it simple’ mantra pays off with a calm, creative and co-ordinated space.
Whale Gray from Benjamin Moore
A Venetian mirror above the marble basin is the focal point in this master en-suite bathroom. Along with the vintage wooden vanity unit it lends a classic look to a simple scheme.
Layered textures on the wall, floor and bedding create a luxe effect in this modern bedroom. The owners’ love for clean loves and monochromatic colour scheme is evident in the bedroom. The sculptural element on the wall is reminiscent of nature.