This 19th-century Harlem brownstone was renovated to reflect the aesthetic and cultural backgrounds and interests of its owners. Reclaimed wood beams and boards, stone floors and Moroccan tile provide texture to the newly brightened interiors.
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Hand-made Moroccan tile backsplash by Mosaic House with contrasting niche; custom kitchen cabinets designed by MIRIAM BIOLEK Interior Design with Bendheim's mouth-blown glass inserts.
Antique hand-hewn beams anchor the Kitchen ceiling. The welcoming design combines simple lines with warm natural wood tones -reclaimed Antique Heart Pine flooring, custom kitchen cabinets and island, exposed brick and a restored antique Biedermeier bench that was custom fit as banquette. New casement windows let in light from the brownstone's urban garden.
The Entry Vestibule and Foyer feature a GLOBUS pendant by The Urban Electric Co., a beautifully restored mirror original to the house, and an antique wicker armchair from Europe. Antique Limestone flooring and handmade Cement Tile based on traditional Moroccan designs.
Custom-designed Brownstone Kitchen.