The Brooklyn Heights Association’s latest fundraising benefit event recently celebrated its grand opening in New York. There, Heissmann created a room directly inspired by the home’s 13 Pineapple Street address.
The room features a blue, white, and yellow color scheme, and is filled with whimsical accessories like an artichoke centerpiece, painted tableware, floral wallpaper – and yes, a ceramic pineapple. All of these colorful touches shine against a mix of beautiful natural wood furniture and crisp white paint detailing.
A blend of modern pieces and stunning antiques fills the space, making the entire room feel like it has been gradually curated after a lifetime of travel and collecting meaningful curios.
To furnish and decorate this enchanting space, Heissmann worked with a variety of luxury vendors and companies, like Tillett Textiles, Incollect, Christopher Spitzmiller, Inc., Cosulich Interiors & Antiques, Léron Linens, Cadogan Tate, NEWEL, Donzella Ltd., The Gallery at 200 LEX, Valerie Goodman Gallery, Alex Uchitel Wallcovering, Tinatin Kilaberidze Design Inc., Carlton Hobbs, and more.
Stay tuned for more of House Tipster Industry’s coverage of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, coming soon to our website.