Four-story Monochrome Brownstone To Celebrate Day Of Love


I kid you not, I had a whole post about Valentine’s Day and how to spend it, but you know what, I changed my mind just before hitting upload, I will change it into something fun soon, I promise. Also I want to apologize (I fell like I do this a lot these past weeks), but travelling, juggling seeing friends abroad, gathering content, a yet to be published secret and just having enough hours in the day – it is just impossible. I have the rest of this weeks posts sorted out now though and as I am heating to Palm Springs for the weekend for Modernism Week, I should also have something exciting for you guys next week. Yeah!

I have had this great apartment bookmarked for quite awhile now, so I guess today is as good as any to share it with you. A fantastic four-story brownstone in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood dating back to 1910 – home to Jeff Madalena and Jason Gnewikow—creative entrepreneurs and self-described interiors obsessives. A great mix of modern design and midcentury pieces in a very creative and grand way. I love the monochrome feeling paired with big green plants, quirky figures and great statement pieces everywhere.

Not a bad way to end this celebration of love day.

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Photography Pippa Drummond for Dwell. Found via my scandinavian home with thanks.





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