The Brownstone Boys Do It Again
Windsor Terrace in Brooklyn, New York is where the Brownstone Boys took on a Southpark Slope row house renovation that transformed it from a brownstone wannabe to a mid-century modern statement piece.
Similar to a brownstone, a row house already possesses a more modern aesthetic. What this row house needed was a refresh that let its modern side shine.
One of the first, and largest, items of business was to move the kitchen and dining areas from the lower garden level to the middle parlor level. This allowed for more light and a more open space, not to mention it was the perfect move for the owners, who love entertaining.
The ¾ inch concrete countertop had a more modern, streamlined feel. The Foundry finish adds some texture and interest to the otherwise smooth kitchen design.
The Brownstone Boys used a two-tone cabinet scheme that lets the kitchen stretch upward effortlessly. The walnut cabinets and slatted island warm up a cool backsplash and gray waterfall countertop.
A long narrow bath doubles as the guest bathroom and the luxury bathroom for the main bedroom with double entrances. Raising the platform for the wet room creates a spa-like feel that separates it from the rest of the common space.
The concrete double sink features a single trough design and two faucets: plenty of room whether the bathroom is acting as a guest or family sink.
The niches tucked into the wall and a wall mounted sink provides storage, making the most of this small but elegant bathroom.
Want to get the full tour? Watch this video led by the Brownstone Boys themselves. Or check out more projects featuring beautiful concrete.