After restoring and renovating the interior of their four-story brownstone in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, Jeff Madalena and Jason Gnewikow—creative entrepreneurs and self-described interiors obsessives—outfitted the historic 1910 space with a minimal black-and-white palette, down to the stair railing and original moulding and wainscoting. Sparse, modern pieces—like a two-pronged sconce they designed for the parlor-floor landing and a Cy Twombly print in the adjacent family room—provide elegant counterpoints to the architecture.  Photo 1 of 10 in A Fashionable Couple Remake Their Brooklyn Brownstone with a Sartorial Twist
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Living Room, Chair, Sofa, and Light Hardwood Floor A Prostoria Match sofa from Cite pairs with a vintage armchair and a Ryan McGinley print in the family room on the garden floor.  Photo 3 of 10 in A Fashionable Couple Remake Their Brooklyn Brownstone with a Sartorial Twist
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