miércoles, 11 de diciembre de 2013

Minimal + Vintage in Brooklyn


Rima Brindamour runs bkstyled a blog about Brooklyn design. She moved into her Clinton Hill apartment in June 2012 and since then has been working to create an apartment that was warm, vibrant and comfortable. A space that reflects her personal taste and incorporates meaningful objects ( like the vintage pins her grandmother brought back from Mexico that she keeps on  her living room end table, or the gallery wall of postcards from her favorite Brooklyn restaurants). Each piece in her home was carefully chosen over the course of years and remains because it has stood the test of time by being both functional and aesthetic. Like many apartment dwellers, Rima is ruthless about her possessions. She loves getting rid of things and reducing clutter. So if something exists in her apartment, its because she really loves it. Thanks, Rima! And a big thank you to Jocelyn Baun for the lovely photographs! -Amy Image above: The hats are from Amy Lehfeldt, the chair was found on Craigslist, and the dresser is a family heirloom. Image above: The chair was found on Craigslist, and almost all the picture frames (with the exception of the square wooden frame which was purchased at Anthropologie) were collected during several trips to the Brooklyn Flea (mostly from Chippy Frames) and contain postcards from my favorite Brooklyn restaurants (Maison Premiere, El Almacen, and Bakeri) as well as a few photos of my grandparents, an illustration by Caitlin McGauley, one of my own prints, and other random finds. See all the images of this Brooklyn home after the jump! (more)



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