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Harlem Brownstone


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.

Moroccan tile backsplash with contrasting niche for storing mortar and pestle.
Kitchen featuring reclaimed barn beams, custom island, exposed brick and a restored antique German garden bench.
Entry vestibule and foyer feature new globe light fixture and salvaged antique mirror.
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