weekly wrap up

weekly wrap up

by Amy Azzarito

We’re going to wrap things up a little early today. Grace took the red-eye from Portland back to Brooklyn last night. So while she recoups from the flight and acclimates to the time change, I thought I’d welcome her back with some of my favorite details of Brooklyn homes from the sneak peek archives. So enjoy the last weekend in July. We’re going to rest up and we’ll see you back on Monday! –Amy

Image above: from sneak peek: fitzhugh & lyndsay of the brooklyn home co.

Image above: The lab in Anne McClain of MCMC Fragrances.  The glass shelf was built by her husband as a gift when she graduated from perfumery school.

Image above: The living room in Fizhugh and Lyndsay’s Brooklyn brownstone. Fitzhugh made the sculpture above the fireplace

Image above: You may not have private outdoor space in Brooklyn but that doesn’t mean you can’t have wind chimes. From sneak peek: anne claire rohe

Image above: The walls in this Brooklyn apartment were inspired by an industrial building wall on Myrtle Ave from sneak peek: myriah and nadia of nightwood

Image above: Maayan Pearl‘s Brooklyn living room.

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