Traditional Townhouse

Fort Greene Townhouse

Living room with a couch and two armchairs, historic fireplace, and modern chandelier

By removing walls to create sightlines around the hallway, we were able to open up the center of this Fort Greene townhouse.

After Dining room after our renovation, with increased natural light, new furnishings, and a statement light fixture
Before Dining room in a Fort Greene townhouse before our renovation
Enlarging the opening between the dining room and kitchen created an awareness to the exterior spaces and providing a feeling of cohesion throughout.
After Rear facade with extended bay window, new staircase, and picnic table. Yellow leaves dot the stone paved rear yard
Before White-painted brick rear facade with bars over the windows and doors before our renovation
Adding a large bay window to the kitchen at the rear of the parlor floor provides a strong indoor-outdoor relationship. Shifting the staircase to the rear yard helped to define an outdoor dining area.
Kitchen with a large bay window, white countertops, and white millwork in Fort Green
Living room with a modern chandelier, oriental rug, and historic fireplace in Fort Green
Dining and living area with dark wood floors, two oriental rugs, and modern chandeliers
White millwork cabinetry with a small desk, marble island, and white barstool
Front facade of a brick townhouse with a brownstone stoop in Fort Green, Brooklyn
Dining room with a restored fireplace, statement chandelier, and dark wood table
Primary bath with custom white vanity and marble countertops
Staircase and hallway adjacent to the living and dining area of a Fort Green townhouse
Living room with a couch and two armchairs, historic fireplace, and modern chandelier
Foyer with wood floors, dark newel post, and chandelier
Sculptural staircase with a white stair runner, wood handrail, and a niche on the wall
Front door and stoop of a brick Fort Green townhouse
  • Elizabeth Bolognino Interior Design
  • Adam Kane Macchia
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