Tuesday, March 2, 2010

{ interior inspiration: good bones, great pieces }






The rooms in our 1930s built home are relatively small, causing a fair share of tricky decorating dilemmas. So, I'm constantly on the hunt for tips on making the most of small spaces and instantly fell in love with this tiny Brooklyn Heights brownstone, which was decorated by the mother/daughter team behind the fabulous blog, Good Bones, Great Pieces. Most of the pieces selected include some family history and are versatile enough to move from room-to-room and serve different functions (if necessary). I think the results are fabulous, don't you?

Get the full scoop on this space, which was recently featured in Traditional Home magazine.

8 comments:

Down and Out Chic said...

i love that little vanity in the bedroom shot. this is definitely a great home, not over styled and very livable.

Suzanne : : S.HOPtalk said...

I love the vanity too. I think she has since converted it to a little desk and it's just as cute...I love having the ability to repurpose pieces for new uses.

Jhawley said...

i love that couch/settee in the first photo! can you tell me more about it?

knack said...

totally love these images......they are perfect!

.....love those little blue gray tables in the first shot :)

xo

Julia said...

Very, very fabulous!

paula said...

I know! This space made me think we could do apartment living again, they can be so chic.

Michael - Innkeeper said...

loving the bedroom. it's amazing how people can put things together that really 'shouldn't' go together and it looks ah-mazing! very, very cute.

Melissa de la Fuente said...

Absolutely gorgeous....thank you for sharing this with us hun! I love this style and this sweet home.
xo
Melis

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