What comes to mind when someone mentions Brooklyn these days? The Nets? Jay-Z? Pizza? Maybe that really old bridge packed with tourists and joggers. But for the last few years, it’s the art, design, and architecture of Brooklyn that’s starting to become synonymous with its name.

Ask a Brooklynite. You’ll likely hear them rave about the restoration of Jane’s Carousel, Situ Studio’s gorgeous Heartwalk art installation on the Pearl Street Triangle, or a new townhouse renovation in Clinton Hill using only reclaimed materials. Brooklyn is the new artists colony. And since the neighborhoods of Brooklyn are now filled with designers and illustrators, woodworkers and bloggers, it’s no surprise that the brownstones, lofts and apartments are filled with unique interiors inspired by a range of styles.

Here at Home & Stone, we’re proud and excited to watch our local neighborhoods flourish. Check out some of our favorite kitchen and bath interiors, straight from Brooklyn!


Athena Calderone's Kitchen on Eye-Swoon

source: Eye-Swoon

Brooklyn Kitchen on Desire to Inpsire

source: Desire to Inspire | Photo Credit: Peter Margonelli

Brooklyn Townhouse by Jan Eleni Interiors

source: Jan Eleni Interiors | Photo Credit: Luc Roymans

Nadeige Choplet and John Lego's Brooklyn Kitchen on Design*Sponge

source: Design*Sponge | Photo Credit: Tom Sibley


source: Design*Sponge | Photo Credit: Alexandra Grablewski


source: Design*Sponge | Photo Credit: Jen Huang


source: Chango & Co.


source: Domino, via High Street Market | Photo Credit: Melanie Acevedo


source: Vogue, via Sanctuary | Photo Credit: François Halard


source: Elle Decor, via On Blue Pool Road | Photo Credit: William Waldron