The home of designer Fawn Galli is an eclectic and vibrant combination of colors, patterns and style, reflecting her not-so- typical childhood (she spent her early years living in a California home without electricity or plumbing) and and rich design background (she spent time abroad in Paris and Madrid). Located in Carroll Gardens, the Brooklyn brownstone is inspired by fantasy, nature and the world at large, bringing together unexpected combinations of style and influence.
Vibrant pink and muted green hues are used as tasteful accents throughout the home. Each room features furniture, accents and textiles from various periods and styles, but all together they appear to have been created as one cohesive collection.
Instead of replacing the worn banister, Galli refreshed its look with vibrant pink paint, as she didn’t want to take away from the subtle rustic mood of the historic home.
The kids’ room is given the same attention to detail, but the trophies, artwork and action figures reflect a more youthful mood appropriate for its seven- and 10-year-old inhabitants.
Galli’s expert curating ability was honed over many years of work and study. She began her design career living in Paris and later worked for Christie’s auction house in their Art Deco department before landing the role of Interior Designer for famed postmodern architect Robert A. M. Stern. She then went on to work for designer Peter Marino in Madrid before finally settling in New York City.
See more work from this talented designer here.
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