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before & after: stefanie’s brooklyn limestone

by Grace Bonney


i’ve been admiring stefanie at brooklyn limestone for some time now. along with her husband, stefanie has been undertaking the renovation of a 100 year old limestone in brooklyn. to say that they had their hands full would be an understatement. some of the rooms were in better shape than others, but many (check out the pink bathroom- ack!) would have had me turning around going “nope! can’t do it!”. it’s with great pleasure that i get to share 16 of my favorite before & after photos from stefanie’s MAJOR project. i hope you’ll enjoy this tour through their renovation as much as i have- they’ve done a great job and from everyone here at d*s i’m sending stefanie and her husband a huge virtual high five and “well done!”. click here to read more about the renovation process on stefanie’s blog. thanks, stefanie!

[have a before & after you’d like to share? just shoot me an email with your images right here! (low res, under 500k per image, please)]



[images above: the bedroom, before & after]




[images above: kitchen before reno, during reno, and after]

CLICK HERE for the rest of stefanie’s renovation after the jump! (including a seriously scary bathroom and office!)



[images above: parlor bathroom, before & after]



[images above: office, before & after]



[images above: hall bath, before & after]



[images above: guest bedroom, before & after]



[images above: living room before & after]

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