Brooklyn townhouse living room designed by McGrath II and featured in the New York Times

Modern Meets Historic: Shop the Brooklyn Brownstone Look

The Brooklyn Renaissance

For young, creative New Yorkers, there’s no better place than Brooklyn. And with the influx of hip residents has come a flood of design inspiration, featuring statuesque brownstones full of style. Check out a few below, and shop our products to get the look!

White living room in Brooklyn brownstone by Audra Canfield Interiors

Above, ornate moldings are brought into the 21st century with contemporary furniture, clean lines and pops of color. Neutral furniture and a visually-light glass coffee table allow the focus to remain on the stunning architecture.

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Jonathan Adler Clarity Collection

Jonathan Adler Clarity Collection for Kravet

Featuring geometric patterns and bright colors, Jonathan Adler’s new collection of fabrics for Kravet provides the perfect counterpoint to classic paneling and soaring ceilings. For a unique juxtaposition, try upholstering a traditional piece in a bold, graphic print.

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Classic Elegance

Brooklyn townhouse living room designed by McGrath II and featured in the New York Times

In the graceful parlor of this Carroll Gardens townhouse, the designers at McGrath II embraced the age of the building and incorporated antiques and quality pieces to complement the majestic pre-war details.

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Organic Modern Mix

Rustic organic living room in Park Slope brownstone by The Brooklyn Home Co

In contrast, the designers at The Brooklyn Home Company completely gutted this Park Slope brownstone to reveal original beams. They layered rustic textures with modern pieces and botanically-inspired fabrics, topping the marble mantelpiece with a monochromatic sculpture.

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Photo Sources: Audra Canfield Interiors, The New York Times, The Brooklyn Home Company

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