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Trending on Remodelista: For the Love of Brooklyn

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Trending on Remodelista: For the Love of Brooklyn

May 25, 2024

Quite a few of us on the Remodelista/Gardenista teams have lived in Brooklyn before (some still do), so the borough has a tight hold on us. This past week, Remodelista editors homed in on some great home design in brownstone neighborhoods like Park Slope, Fort Greene, and Clinton Hill.

A classic brownstone in Park Slope, with millwork restored to its original unpainted glory. Photograph by Erin Little, from Strip Show: Peeling Back the Layers in a Park Slope Brownstone.
Above: A classic brownstone in Park Slope, with millwork restored to its original unpainted glory. Photograph by Erin Little, from Strip Show: Peeling Back the Layers in a Park Slope Brownstone.
In Fort Greene, a new kitchen in a new addition in an old browstone. Photograph by Pia Ulin, styling by Hilary Robertson, courtesy of Bangia Agostinho Architecture, from Remodelista Love Match: An “Old World Yet Modern” Brownstone Revival for a Stylish Young Couple.
Above: In Fort Greene, a new kitchen in a new addition in an old browstone. Photograph by Pia Ulin, styling by Hilary Robertson, courtesy of Bangia Agostinho Architecture, from Remodelista Love Match: An “Old World Yet Modern” Brownstone Revival for a Stylish Young Couple.
An extension with an industrial-chic vibe in Clinton Hill. Photograph by Matthew Williams, styling by Brittany Albert, from Steal This Look: A Communal Family Kitchen in a Brooklyn Townhouse.
Above: An extension with an industrial-chic vibe in Clinton Hill. Photograph by Matthew Williams, styling by Brittany Albert, from Steal This Look: A Communal Family Kitchen in a Brooklyn Townhouse.

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