This past summer I did a post on The Brooklyn Home Company and one of their first projects -- a four story townhouse in Center Park Slope (5th Street).
I recently revisited their website and was excited to see two more projects in their portfolio.
First up is the building on Fort Greene Place:
Shine on in, gorgeous light.
Good Lord, look at those floors!
I love the wallpaper (and the rug!)
"A custom sideboard was designed and built by Fitzhugh Karol of TBHCo's design team. "
"TBHCo redesigned and renovated this historic 4 story brownstone for a family in Park Slope. The kitchen features a large built-in pantry, solid Sapele countertop and a red rubber dipped chandelier, all built/made in house by TBHCo design team. "
Now *that's* a dressing room...
"The dressing room/lounge separates the master suite and the master bathroom. TBHCo designers built Walnut storage cabinets and shelves. Original flooring was salvaged and refinished."
"The wall in the master bathroom was replaced with laminate glass that now brings natural light into the main stairwell/hallway. Medicine cabinets were clad with Sapele and suspended from the ceiling using custom steel brackets."
I said it in my first post, and I'll say it again: I could live here.
all photos and quoted text: The Brooklyn Home Company