Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style

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Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style

Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style via Simply Grove

Welcome to our weekly home tour! This week we have a gorgeous Brooklyn Brownstone that is historical ta-boot and covered with modern style. This brownstone is home to Jeff Madalena and Jason Gnewikow. Jeff is the cofounder of rocker-chic clothing brand Oak and Jason is a former musician and graphic designer. This stylish couple took over this ambitious project of purchasing their very own Brooklyn brownstone and renovating it while still keeping the historical nature of this beaut intact.

“As creatives, we are always looking at the old to create the new,” Jeff explains. “The idea of having a very modern space in an old building spoke to us. And because this is New York, we wanted something sexy.”

I’m absolutely swooning over this full wall fireplace with the petite opening at the base.

Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style via Simply Grove

The amount of textures, lines, and organic shaped in this space is giving my all the heart eyes!

Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style via Simply Grove

I am really enjoying the character in this room. The couple blended soft tones and lines and brought out a bit of fun by adding this edgy photo that instantly becomes a focal point in this relaxing but energized space.

Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style via Simply Grove

I’m not sure if this home originally had this flooring but if it did, wow did they get lucky!

Tour Historical Brooklyn Brownstone with Modern Style via Simply Grove

Lovely mix of historical elements here at the door juxtaposed with the modern sputnik chandelier.

 

For the rest of this tour head to Dwell

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