In the March 2012 issue of Architectural Digest, Brooke Sheild's opens the doors to her classic and timeless Greenwich Village home. Brooke collaborated with one of my favorite interior designers, David Flint Wood, along with MADE architects for the renovation project, and the results are nothing short of spectacular. Brooke's sophisticated style and love for old-world details is reflected in every room. It's cozy and inviting, and I want to live in it! Here's just a little sneak peek.
|In the dining room, antique french side chairs surround a marble topped table by Ralph Lauren. The wide plank floors are stained in Sydney Harbour Paint's Palm Beach black.|
|In the kitchen, two modern crystal pendants hang over a custom table from MADE architects, and George III nailhead dining chairs. The wolf range and chimney breast are covered in shimmering and light catching mosaic tile from Mosaic Del Sur. The painting is by Malcolm Liepke.|
|The bathroom features a custom made walnut and lucite vanity, a hand-restored french antique tub from The Bath Works, and Walker Zanger Calcutta marble flooring. It has a very elegant and romantic feel to it, don't you think?|
Isn't her home gorgeous? I'm anxious to see the entire issue when it comes out next month!