Park Slope, Brooklyn Residence Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
The Brooklyn Home Company is a family-run cooperative of artists and builders committed to creating world-class and innovative living spaces in Brooklyn. We provide high-quality homes that deliver the best value for our buyers.
As Brooklyn locals we embrace individualism, artistic integrity, customer focus and environmental conservation as a business philosophy and integrate these qualities into each of our homes. We’re a business, a family and we’re contributing to the Brooklyn community.
TBHCo design team completes all millwork, sculpture and furniture themselves in their Brooklyn Studio. We often provide post purchase design consulting and built in custom work to our customers.
5th Street Dining Room - Park Slope, Brooklyn: A nine foot extension was added to the garden and parlor floors. The library ladder leads to an extra lofted guest room. The original beams were discovered behind the drop ceiling during demolition. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
5th Street Kitchen - Park Slope, Brooklyn: The interior/exterior plan, decoration, built-ins and custom work were designed and/or built by TBHCo's design team. Extra large double hung windows flood the home with natural light. The sculpture above the fireplace was made by TBHCo designer/sculptor Fitzhugh Karol. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
5th Street Upstairs Den - Park Slope, Brooklyn Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
5th Street Master Bedroom - Park Slope, Brooklyn Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
5th Street Barn Door - Park Slope, Brooklyn Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
Fort Greene Place Living Room - Fort Greene, Brooklyn: TBHCo converted a 20' x 80' land-‐marked building on Fort Greene Place into 4 condos, each of which had a distinct style. The parlor floor held onto a great deal of original detail. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
Fort Greene Place Bar Area - Fort Greene, Brooklyn: The original floors were found beneath the parquet and stained a soft black. Fireplaces throughout the house were cleaned and made functional. Shelving was made in house by TBHCo's Fitzhugh Karol. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
15th Street Kitchen - Park Slope, Brooklyn: The 15th Street Duplex combines many built in custom features, exposed beams, an interior stone wall, reclaimed floors from a defunct factory in Virginia and lots of light. This unit was staged with site specific furnishings by TBHCo's Lyndsay Caleo and custom furniture was built and installed by Fitzhugh Karol. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
15th Street Living Room - Park Slope, Brooklyn: THBCo took a dark, damp cellar and turned it into a bright and inviting recreation space. The exposed stone wall, normally cold and uninviting, took on a new character once the space was redesigned to maximize light. The tree trunk table was sourced, cut, and sculpted in-‐house at the THBCo studio by Fitzhugh. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography
5th Street Living Room - Park Slope, Brooklyn: One of TBHCo's signature projects, this 4 story townhouse in center Park Slope was renovated and the owner's duplex was completely gutted. Photo: Emily Gilbert Photography