Windsor Place Townhouse / Jane Kim Design

Windsor Place Townhouse / Jane Kim Design

Project: Windsor Place Townhouse
Interior Architect: Jane Kim Design
Location: Brooklyn, New York City
Size: 1,800 square feet of interior space
Year 2016
Photography: Nick Glimenakis

Sunlight floods this South Slope Townhouse following a full gut renovation. After removing the interior walls on the ground floor, the open living and kitchen areas share a floor-through view from the entrance to the expansive rear yard and deck. To bring even more light to the ground floor, a skylight shines onto a glass opening in the master bathroom’s shower, daylighting the powder room from above. Brass fixtures and details line the sleek, reflective custom kitchen and island.

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Up the refinished original stair, the master bedroom’s floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outdoors in, as does the master bathroom’s skylight and clerestory. A rich material palette shows up in many of the rooms, including the subtle blue mosaics of the guest bathroom.

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