While I’ve been surprisingly content (read: not totally climbing up the walls) with two people and a dog in our sub-600 square foot apartment, my love for interiors, organization, and well-curated abodes has only grown in the past seven months. (Case in point here.) Even if all the homes aren’t your exact style or aesthetic preference, it’s hard not to swoon at nearly everything Architectural Digest puts out; and based on how often I’ve been heading to their site, it’s safe to say that aspirational interiors have replaces some of my perusal of travel-related content, as the prospect of booking an international trip right now still feels like being set up for disappointment.
This 1800s Brooklyn townhouse was transformed by Nicholas Obeid into something sophisticated yet comfortable and homey–and also very practical. It has a level of escapism but still feels livable and most notably to me, contains my favorite hybrid of the old mixed with the new. A few photos are below but you can view the rest on AD!
All photos via Architectural Digest