Happy Friday! My son has been out of school this week for spring break, so today’s post is short but sweet… We are touring a circa 1846 Greek Revival brownstone in New York City’s Brooklyn Heights. The homeowners were drawn to classic English homes with pastoral landscape paintings from the 19th century, Audubon prints, and Colefax & Fowler fabrics. They turned to the mother-daughter design duo Suzanne and Lauren McGrath of McGrath II to transform their 6,000 square foot home into a cozy Cotswolds hideaway. The McGraths are known for creating layered spaces that are subtly formal yet thoroughly inviting, and this home is an excellent example. Photography by Joshua McHugh for Architectural Digest.
Cozy, charming, and classic… I love everything about this historic home! To read more about the project, please visit Architectural Digest.