We’ve all heard of NeoClassical but NeoCountry? The Brooklyn Home Company‘s design aesthetic was described by New York Magazine as “NeoCountry” ~ modern homes with a soft rural edge…I love it! The open floor plans and state of the art kitchens feel modern (fresh and on trend) while natural wood finishes and custom pieces feel distinctly country…what a lovely point of view! While researching their various projects, I happened upon this “NeoCountry” Brooklyn gem that I just had to share with you! TBHCo converted a 20′ x 80′ landmarked building on Fort Greene Place into 4 condos, each with its own distinct style…the parlor floor, (shown above and below), retained much of its original period details including the large pocket doors, wood flooring, and fireplaces…I love how the client/homeowner made this TBHCo restoration her own by choosing custom paint colors to compliment her furnishings, art and personal accessories…TBHCo’s exquisite craftsmanship and artistry serves as the perfect foundation for her French Country inspired aesthetic…comme c’est charmant!
below ~ a custom sideboard designed and built by Fitzhugh Karol of TBHCo’s design team
photos from The Brooklyn Home Company