This Brooklyn loft belongs to Anne Maxwell Foster, a co-owner in the interior design firm Tilton Fenwick. It was featured on the New York Times website recently.
Maxwell Foster and her husband bought the 1200 square foot 1 bedroom apartment that is located in Dumbo section of Brooklyn for $885,000 last March and then spent almost 3 months updating the space.
The renovation included adding interior barn doors to, transforming a small office into the master bedroom, tearing out the kitchen counters and replacing with Caesarstone quartz counters and changing out cabinet doors...they even transformed a large walk in closet that had a window into a nursery.
After the bones of the space had been renovated...the decorating began. The designers' goal was to create an inviting atmosphere.
Here's what the updated apartment looks like.
|For the living room, they chose a Kravet Medley Sofa ($5,200), the armchairs were $800 for two on eBay (about $800 and the coffee table is a $6000 Oscar de la Renta piece.|
|An open floor plan allows light to flow through this Brooklyn loft. (above)|
|Kitchen cabinets were refaced with powder blue flat doors and new Caesarstone counters were installed.|
|Bedroom wallpaper is Lotus from Farrow & Ball at $295 a roll. The bedding is from D. Porthault ($1350 for the duvet)|
|A large walk in closet was transformed into a nursery into a nursery. (above)|
What do you think of this cozy New York City loft?