Lyon Porter, the mastermind behind Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s first B&B (by day he’s a managing director of Town Residential, a Manhattan real estate company), calls Urban Cowboy “the definition of a passion project.” Porter worked with designer Renee Mee on the interiors, which he says feature “an industrial Williamsburg/Adirondack cowboy sensibility, complete with scavenged potbellied stoves, exposed joists and brick, and wide-plank, rough-hewn white pine floors.”
Above: The facade features a cheery red door.
Above: There are four bedrooms in the main house as well as a parlor floor that’s open to all guests.
Above: The parlor floor features operable garage doors that open to the courtyard; at the rear is a cabin with additional bedrooms for rent.
Above: The pristine kitchen is available for guests to use.
Above: Another view of the communal living room space.
Above: A Chesterfield sofa.
Above: A dreamcatcher.
Above: A graceful staircase leads to four second-floor guest rooms.
Above: The Lion Master Den has an en suite bathroom/dressing room.
Above: The Lion Master Bath is detailed with a porthole window in the shower.
Above: The Kanoono cabin in the rear is an Adirondack-style space “with a bit of Western American Indian flair,” Porter says.
Above: A staghorn chandelier illuminates the Kanoono cabin bedroom.
Above: In the Kanoono bath, the sink’s plumbing pipes are wrapped in rope.
The B&B is at 111 Powers St., in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. For booking information, go to Urban Cowboy.