This beautiful four-bedroom Brooklyn townhouse was renovated by the New York architecture firm and 6sqft favorite Resolution: 4 Architecture. The project added a significant addition to a traditional single family row house, bringing with it a new roof deck and sleek media room. The interior palette consists mostly of white and neutral wood tones enhanced with poppy adornments like large floral wall art or boldly colored accent walls. Expansive windows dominate the communal areas, making each space feel open and airy regardless of the square footage.
The back exterior of the historic home is clad in stucco and lead coated copper, and includes Nano Door Systems and Aluminum Clad windows.
The kitchen features white lacquered cabinets and black absolute counter tops. Mid-century modern seating surrounds a rectangular wooden dining table with the exterior patio and yard serving as a backdrop for meals.
The living room features a tall sliding glass door that allows natural daylight to flood the space. Across the room a regal light grey marble fireplace is spruced up with a brightly colored painting hanging above. A round glass coffee table dominates the center of the room and small pops of color are repeated wall-to-wall with carefully selected accessories.
The children’s bedrooms also incorporate playful color with smart space-saving design.
The master suite features a plush upholstered headboard, and romantic floor to ceiling curtains. Ambient table lamps frame the neutral colored bed area with soft inviting light.
The hallway is adorned with large glossy photos depicting domestic scenes of everyday life, and strong angles make their way up the ceiling and staircase, casting soft rectangular shadows on the surrounding walls.
Resolution: 4 Architecture is a prolific studio with ongoing projects all around the country. You can see more of their beautiful work on their website.
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