Brooklyn Brownstone Apartment by Kelly Behun | STUDIO
This curious Brooklyn Brownstone Apartment designed by Kelly Behun | STUDIO is full of interesting objects that give it a special appeal. The high-ceilings and traditional molding is always a flattering combination. The main rooms in the apartment are painted white while the floors are finished with textured wood with differently colored streaks. The decor has art deco touches thanks to metallic and marble materials in furniture. There are also statues that enhance the decor.
The living room features a small angled white sofa paired with a marble-based glass coffee table. The statuette of a man is standing in the corner. The bedroom is big and roomy with a tall mirror in a beautiful decorative frame that almost reaches the ceiling. The bed in a gold metal frame is placed at the angle and covered with a fuzzy coverlet. Behind it is a great vase with a plant while the night stand serves as a base for the tall mirror and a hand-shaped lamp.
The dining area is surrounded with plants and features a bust on the table next to an interesting pyramid object. The kitchen floor is covered with monochrome striped tracks that echo the bathroom’s monochrome wall design.
Other curious decor solutions include the pill-shaped lamps that decorate the open bookshelves and an alley-like red-lit corridor that features a graffitti on the wall. The apartment design combines the modern style with art deco pieces and traditional moldings and materials like wood which makes for an amazing look.
The corridor is quite a contrast when compared to the rest of the apartment. It certainly adds a modern touch to it while the statues and contrast with the pill-shaped lamps that have a pop art feel to them. What do you think about the Brooklyn Brownstone Apartment by Kelly Behun | STUDIO?
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