There’s something about white walls, dark floors, warm wood and period features that makes me go weak at the knees. Throw in a tiny dash of quirk and well, quite frankly, I’m smitten. Midcentury furniture is an added bonus. I could think of nothing better than winding up the staircase of this Clifton Hill townhouse in Brooklyn, NY by Elizabeth Roberts and Ensemble Architecture exploring rooms, stealing ideas, thumbing through bookcases and rolling around on the bathroom sheepskin. Er, um, a bit too much information.