Jan Eleni, the designer responsible for the interior of this Brooklyn townhouse, first made a name for herself in NYC in the ’90s with a little shop in the East Village. The store, also under her name, provided New Yorkers a place to buy an eclectic mix of primitive and industrial pieces. A self-taught designer who loves to “hunt,” Eleni filled her shop with items that she found to be the most intriguing. She now splits her time between New York and Brazil and infuses this same aesthetic into her clients’ interiors, with this home serving as a great example of her eclectic style.
Delightful details are found all over the house, and Eleni curates every room from corner to corner.
She seamlessly couples modern, organic, and whimsical accessories into one cohesive space.
The string lights that hang in the corner of the dining room are very different in style from the vintage mid-century modern table, but in this context they work well together.
The bed is adorned with a sweeping white canopy and the headboard is made from a dark hardwood.
See more of Eleni’s beautiful work on her website.
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