Elizabeth Roberts’ overhaul of Jean and Tzu-Wei Lee’s brownstone in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, is so stuffed with memorable moments that it was laborious to condense and curate the photographs for the home tour that we ran final 12 months. There’s the eating room with views of the kitchen just under it; there’s the stylish sunken den; there’s the breathtaking plaster ribbon of a staircase; and so forth and so forth.
We’ve already singled out the epic kitchen for a Steal This Look therapy (you possibly can see it right here); now we’re turning our consideration to the grasp tub, a skillful examine in black and white.
Images by Dustin Askland, courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Structure & Design.
Above: A classic Artwork Deco double sink, upgraded with trendy fixtures, is the pièce de résistance within the room. Above: Hexagon tiles, a basic NYC lavatory flooring, seems to be trendy in black. The room is paneled in white Rhino marble with Nero Marquina marble wainscoting. Above: Tender waffle towels and botanical wallpaper add a gentle, pure contact.
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