Details in Design
Part of a home’s beauty lies in the details of its architecture: the statuesque frame of a San Francisco painted lady; the grandiose archway above the front door of a stately New England Colonial; the exposed Alpine beams of a Swiss mountain chalet. These are all elements that tell a quiet story about you and your home that visitors will remember long after they’ve forgotten the décor of the interior.
A true challenge in design, then, is not only transforming a space in a way that’s aesthetically pleasing but doing so while still retaining its architectural charm and integrity.
We recently came across a project from the Brooklyn Home Company wherein which the company renovated a historic Park Slope brownstone and met this challenge in a creative — and colorful — way.
Take a look at some of the pictures below.
Photo Credit: The Brooklyn Home Company