A Park Slope gut renovation

Posted on Wed, 23 Sep 2015 by KiM

Take a 4-story Romanesque Revival multi-residence brownstone in Park Slope built in 1899. Completely gut it, and add CWB Architects and Pilaster Contracting for 2 years of renovations. Restore part of the parlour floor, add a floor-to-ceiling windowed addition combined with some decor magic from Tamara  Eaton and you have a pretty spectacular “new” home. Then put it on the market for $7.5 M.

Carol says:

Does anyone know where to get round mirrors like that that don't cost a fortune?

KiM says:

There's this one from Hay Denmark, this one at Zone Maison (I used one in the bathroom of my last house) and this one at Anthropologie

Pati says:

Seriously gorgeous! That kitchen!…That's your blue/black Kim 🙂 Love that mouldings around the door way…, such a contrast to the rest of the room.

Christine says:

can you give me any information on the manufacture of the sink in the bathroom. Love it!

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