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Embracing historic bones

That space above? TO DIE FOR. I can't seem to stop staring. This Brooklyn townhome was quite a change from the owners' former modern and minimalist home (to say the least). Design mavens Roman and Williams created a dreamy home with such an eclectic mix of...I don't even know. Gothic? Neo-classical? French country? Whatever it is, it's pretty spectacular. 

Reader Comments (8)

Everything about this place is perfect. Just wow. Thanks for the pictures!

3 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterZsuzsa

It certainly feels European (I'm French) and cozy but a tad too much to my taste.

3 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterEmmanuelle C.

Wow, an amazing home, what a mix, from opulent to rustic, yet all in harmony, creating a fabulously stylish home. Its a real statement home with the large furniture really suiting the large rooms and filling the spaces without looking too much. I adore the bathroom and the wall papers. I love the gold mirrors and chandeliers against the distressed wood and worn leather, it adds a homely touch.

3 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterChichi Furniture

This is Jenna Lyons old house in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

3 Dec 2014 | Unregistered Commentersofiarocco

The tree on the wall and the dark color bed room is fantastic! Amazing!

3 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterLumar Interiors

It is elegant apothecary... I want!

3 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAlex

Spectacular. It just gets a bit too much in the dark bedroom, but all the rest is perfect.

4 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMillix

I much prefer Jenna Lyons' decor, but it's interesting to see two different versions of the same home.

4 Dec 2014 | Unregistered CommenterKellie

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