As a designer living in a 100-year-old home, I am well aware of the quirks and obstacles that come into play as part of a renovation. When the designer of this Brooklyn home first laid eyes on the abode, a dropped ceiling, scary looking walls and a floor plan that needed adjustment stood before her. It was with her designer’s eye that she knew of the potential hidden beneath it all. With elements that were major jackpots in the world of renovations (hello, exposed brick), Alison Jennison turned a dated townhouse into a stunning family home while keeping the history in plain view. Reworking a floorplan, daring to go bold in the kitchen, lightening up where necessary, and bringing in metallic accents (not to mention) stunning wallpaper – this home is one that I’d love to visit! Join me in sitting back with a cup of tea and soaking in this inviting and beautifully renovated townhome – be sure to scroll all the way through as the nursery is beyond fun.
If you love this house, my “Get The Look” guide can be found at the bottom of this post!
Brooklyn Goes Light
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Get The Look: Paint // Wallpaper // Basket// Stool // Lighting //Side Table // Hardware //Artwork // Cane Chair
Would you dare to renovate a townhouse to turn it into your manicured home?
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