Richly saturated and dark furnishings balance the light and airy architecture of this five-story Brooklyn home. With no formal dining room the kitchen eating area takes center stage for family gatherings and entertaining. Close attention was paid to craftsmanship in order to create an effortless and cozy hub in the heart of the home. The oversized windows showcase an indoor/outdoor feel, opening up the view and one’s perspective. 

 

This project was featured in The American House, 100 Contemporary Homes and NYC&G. It won a Remodelista Considered Design Award.

Photography: Richard Powers, with styling by Anita Sarsidi; Evan Sklar

This project was done in conjunction with CWB Architects and Fearins | Welch Interior Design.

45 Main Street, Studio 824, Brooklyn, NY 11201