Residential  | Brooklyn, New York

What started as a project to fix a leaky roof, turned into a renovation of two floors in a three-story townhouse in Brooklyn.  Key to the renovation was replacing a dated kitchen with new cabinetry, countertops, lights, and appliances.  The simple composition of wood, white paint, and stainless steel give this kitchen a casual, contemporary feel, perfectly fit for the rest of the home. The existing floors on the parlor level were sanded and refinished to better integrate the new woodwork in the kitchen. The bedroom finishes were overhauled and new custom closets were added.  In addition, the low sheetrock ceiling was removed to reveal the beautiful dark-stained wood joists above.

Styling, artwork and photography provided by The ReserveDavid James Rhoadsand the multi-talented Carly Wilhelm.

The project was published in Brownstoner.