Design firm Judi Schwarz Interiors and Jennifer Lewicki worked on a modern and inviting “Brooklyn Tête-à-tête” den for the Brooklyn Heights Association’s Fall 2019 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse.
Inspired by the historical 1820s building’s location in the borough, the designers chose to center the entire room around an eye-catching black and white digital photo print of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. From there, a black and white color scheme, creative sculptural elements, and contrasting patterned furniture options round out a sleek sitting area.
“It is a beautiful shot and it gave the room a ‘wow’ factor while adding depth and height,” Schwarz told Architectural Digest PRO about the bold design choice. “The black walls were used to emphasize the mural and make the room more inviting.”
This year’s showhouse, an annual fundraiser for the architectural preservation work of the Brooklyn Heights Association, is located at 13 Pineapple Street. The rooms 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 this Brooklyn-themed tribute room and more!
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.