Designed as one of the first projects of the Brooklyn Home Company, every space of this 5th street brownstone is wide, wide open taking advantage of the abundance of natural light. The beams were found during the tear down process and restored to a beautiful condition that accents the richly contrasting woods of the bar stools and coffee table, both crafted for this luminescent white home by sculptor Fitzhugh Karol.
The dining table was a collaborative piece between Lyndsay Caleo and Karol, made from a salvaged beech wood. Fitting with the eggshell white interior, the prominently grained table is surrounded by the ever modern Vitra Panton chair; a classic example of art meets utility. Repetition is created by the numerous shelves and stairs that create horizontal stripes of warmth against a sunny white backdrop. Tasteful sculptures and ceramics adorn spacious surface areas bringing a sense of purpose to every corner.
Nothing has escaped the creative eye of these designers as each room plays a coherent yet distinctive role in utilizing space that shows undeniable personality. This White Townhouse on 5th street combines the most stunning aspects of both brownstone and white modern interior without missing a single detail.