Before & After: A Traditional Brooklyn Brownstone Receives a Chic Makeover Inside and Out

Stewart-Schafer transforms a 1901 Brooklyn brownstone into a stylish, contemporary, and light-filled dwelling.
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Design duo James Veal and Christine Stucker, coprincipals of the architecture and design studio Stewart-Schafer, purchased this property in 2017 with the desire to gut renovate the entire residence and bring new life into the historic home. The result is a showcase of the couple's unique personal style, accented by midcentury modern and Scandinavian-inspired design elements that blend nicely with the traditional bones of the home.

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Anna Squier
Anna Jones is a designer and founder of MOD Design in Des Moines, IA. After receiving a BA in Architecture, she practiced at award winning design firms in the Central States Region.


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