This vibrant and beautiful home located in the Boerum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn is one such space where a multitude of colors textures and patterns come together to shape a lively setting. Designed by Marks & Frantz the charming home has a distinct feminine vibe that also gives it an inviting cozy appeal.
The interior is clad in pristine white and the large floor-to-ceiling glass windows ensure that the line between the indoors and the charming landscape outside is blurred away. With a captivating infinity pool and a sunken outdoor lounge you would definitely be spending more time outside than indoors here.
The new living area dining space and kitchen are housed in an open floor plan on the lower level and open up towards the beautiful deck outside. Large sliding glass doors ensure that the transition is seamless while the modern extension in the rear holds additional living spaces as well as three bedrooms that are visually connected with the backyard. The transition between the old and the new structures is indeed effortless as one room flows into the next. An additional top level contains the new master bedroom and bath along with a walk-in closet and a private deck area.
An outdoor lounge that acts as a bridge between the large green central courtyard and the pool area is the ideal getaway that allows the homeowners to spend some beautiful summer evenings enjoying the fresh outdoors. Understated and minimal furnishings accentuate the sleek yet inviting appeal of the home while brilliant lighting brings the Bay House alive after sunset.
Wallpaper plays an important role in shaping the overall ambiance of the comfy master bedroom as well which seems to borrow generously from Hollywood Regency style. A grand walk-in closet in pink grey and gold that has ample storage space adds to the opulence of the home. Exclusive innovative and glamorous this Brooklyn home paints a picture of joy!
The existing street façade of the classic house is largely left untouched and the elevation of the rear extension does not disturb its overall form. The smart use of glass brick and wood on the outside along with simple neutral hues for the interior gives the Elwood House its distinct appeal. Decor with a midcentury modern vibe and smart lighting complete the picturesque home.
The living room presents an exclusive combination of contrasting textures thanks to the use of exposed brick walls in black and wooden wall paneling in an innovative manner. This gives the living area a contemporary yet timeless appeal even as the large low-slung tufted sofa steals the show.