The minimalist, Bauhaus-inspired kitchen space and accompanying breakfast nook at the Brooklyn Heights Association’s Fall 2019 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse were created by Brooklyn-based designers Amanda Jesse and Whitney Parris-Lamb of the New York interior design firm Jesse Parris-Lamb.
Inspired by the historical 1820s building and its traditional elements, the designers chose to lean in to the historic charm and respectfully merge mid-century and contemporary style with old-world tradition.
Color and texture work beautifully together throughout the kitchen, with clean lines and natural woods providing the perfect balance for one another.
The standout feature of the space is certainly the rich and fiery terracotta tile, which was provided for use by Walker Zanger and put together by APEX Projects and Tri State Tiling.
Brands, artists, builders, and vendors featured in Jesse Parris-Lamb’s kitchen space include Dacor, USM, vintage Osvaldo Borsani, Nanna Ditzel, Ochre, House of Antique Hardware, Cottingham Ltd., Lostine, Blackcreek M & T Co., Genesis Upholstery, and more. The designers also custom-created some of their own furniture pieces to perfectly fit the space.
This year’s captivating Brooklyn Heights Association fundraising showhouse, located at 13 Pineapple Street, will only be on display to the public through November 3.
If you live in the area or you’re visiting New York soon, be sure to grab your tickets now and stop by to see team Jesse Parris-Lamb’s kitchen, and more standout rooms.
Click here to view a full lookbook of photos from the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse 2019.
Can’t make it in person? Don’t miss out on a single detail of the showcase! Make sure to stay tuned for more of House Tipster Industry’s coverage of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, coming soon to our website.