Ted Boerner cocktail table, Lindsey Adelman Branching Bubbles, Luke Irwin rug
Gold Morroccan pendant, blue ivory wool stair runner, pine floors
Wüd Furniture, brass resin cabinet, Donghia Origami side table, glass Bell table
Wüd Furniture, landscape oil painting
Lindsey Adelman Agnes Chandelier, free-standing kitchen banquette, mahogany oval dining table
Large steel windows, wall-hung buffet
Picture gallery vestibule, home art display
Mahogany bathroom vanity
Kalmar glass chandelier, The Rug Company Kat rug
Calm bedroom, BDDW bedside cabinet
Girl’s bathroom, calm green bathroom
Neutral guestroom with yellow pillows, nailhead headboard
Dark blue wall, dark bedroom
Jerry Pair yellow perforated leather on custom pouf, Patterson Flynn Martin blue gray wool rug
Built in mahogany shelving, Nero Marquina bathtub
Moroccan encaustic cement tile, green and white cement tile floor
Hunt Slonem yellow bunnies wallpaper, Nero Marquina shower tiles
Calm family room, indoor/outdoor family room, Missoni area rug

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

This project was done in conjunction with CWB Architects and

Fearins | Welch Interior Design.

Richly saturated, dark furnishings balance the light and airy architecture created after the full renovation of this five-story Brooklyn home. With no formal dining room, the kitchen eating area takes center stage for family gatherings, entertaining, and hanging out. Close attention was paid to craftsmanship in order to create an effortless and cozy hub in the heart of the home. The oversized windows highlight the indoor/outdoor feel, allowing an abundance of light to flood this well-used nook.


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