This five-story New York City townhouse features a grand appeal thanks to a contemporary renovation led by Elizabeth Roberts Design along with MADE Architecture. The home is located in the heart of Brooklyn’s Park Slope district, overlooking Prospect Park along with other world class cultural amenities right nearby.
Encompassing 5,200 square feet of living space, you will notice that the styling is a mix of old and new. Prior to the renovation, this sandstone townhouse has been kept in the same family for over a century! Notable details: the preservation of the exterior facade, the beautiful woodworking and trim and the exquisite flooring.
Design-build studio MADE Architecture carried out the architectural renovation of the townhouse, while Elizabeth Roberts Design assisted the homeowners with selecting the finishes and furnishings. This included the “furniture, decorative light fixtures, stone and tile floors, countertops, tiles, plumbing fixtures, paint colors, wall paper and other accessories,” states the designers.
The result is an elegant yet eclectically assembled design scheme, full of surprises at every turn. Each space has its own unique personality, full of charm and plenty of history. Furnishings are a mix of eras, creating a visually appealing aesthetic that is both timeless and quaint.
What We Love: This New York City townhouse showcases modern updates while preserving historical charm. Eye-catching furnishings and finishes are found throughout, with a light and airy color palette that is aesthetically elegant. The ornate woodworking has been beautifully preserved, while the tiling in the bathrooms is exquisite… would you agree? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
Note: We have featured other home tours by Elizabeth Roberts Design (previous firm’s name went by Ensemble Architecture), have a look at the “Related” tags throughout the rest of this article below.
Above: The Triad 9 pendant lights by Apparatus hang suspended over the dining room table.
Above: The coolness of the green subway tiles are beautifully complemented by a contrasting rust-hued area rug. The wall sconces sourced from Apparatus Studio mixed with the black fixtures lends a timeless appeal to the bathroom and a more contemporary aesthetic.
Photos: Courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Design
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