Today we will show you a renovation with a Brooklyn Style by Elisabeth Roberts Design. Hope you enjoy 🙂
A black limestone floor with white marble accents extends from the kitchen through the dining room addition and out into the garden.
On the ground floor, the entire window slides open to create a double-wide opening to the garden.
Blue and white textiles in the master bedroom offer a clean and crisp aesthetic.
The light and greenery in the back garden are visible from the library at the front of the house.
The front of the house has a more traditional look. Shown here, a library with sliding pocket doors that enable the room to be closed off or opened up to the rest of the second floor.
The hall has a reclaimed herringbone-patterned wood floor in a custom finish from LV Wood, and the stairs are painted Off Black by Farrow & Ball.
The niche underneath the kitchen fireplace is for storing wood.
Concrete countertops, more commonly associated with modern minimalist kitchens, contrast well with the Shaker-style kitchen cabinets by Wood Mode.
The perimeter plantings in the dining room are fully plumbed for drainage and are on an automatic drip sprinkler system. Eventually, vines will be visible on the parlor level in as they climb the two-story interior walls, bringing greenery into the heights and depths of the house.
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