Steal This Look: Brooklyn Home Company Kitchen by

Issue 22 · City Living · June 1, 2010

Steal This Look: Brooklyn Home Company Kitchen

Issue 22 · City Living · June 1, 2010

Fitzhugh Karol and Lyndsay Caleo, partners in the Brooklyn Home Company (a design/build outfit with workshops in Brooklyn), added a clever kitchen addtion to their own brownstone in Brooklyn. The couple used reclaimed wood for shelving and created a custom island from sapele wood (similar to mahogany) with a built-in knifeblock at one end. Extra-large double-hung windows, sourced from a storefront window manufacturer, flood the space with light. Photos by Emily Gilbert (see more images at Design Sponge).

Above photo by The Selby.

Above: Clarion Farmhouse Sink; $1,649.95 at Strom Plumbing.

Above: Les Toiles du Soleil in New York, purveyor of sturdy striped fabrics from the Catalan region of France, carries 100 percent cotton Tom Stripe fabric in ecru and black; $58 per yard.

Above: Chicago Commercial Wallmount Kitchen Faucet; $228.65 at Faucet.com.

Above: Tacoma, WA-based Richlite makes warm, laboratory-like countertops from paper; go to Richlite for dealer information.


Above: Norrtorp Shelves; made of solid pine; 47.25 inches wide; $39.99 at Ikea.

Above: Handcrafted terra cotta English Pot with mossy finish; $24 at Grdn in Brooklyn.


Above: Lansa Cabinet Handle; $6.99 for a pack of two at Ikea.

Above: The compact 30-Inch DCS Pro-Style Dual Fuel Range has five sealed burners and a 4.0-cubic-foot convection oven; $4,399 at AJ Madison.



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