This sophisticated apartment in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood has two precious commodities in New York real estate: space and light.  Given that, id 810 Design Group had plenty to work with in its design.  More importantly, however, the dynamic design team had clients with big personality and an art collection.

According to a quote in Lonny Magazine, the couple “collected the art pieces throughout [their] entire relationship.”  The eclectic mix, including paintings of a mask from Israel and parrots from Costa Rica, hang in a gallery-style arrangement in front of two camel-colored chairs.

The gallery wall is one of many points of interest in the large, open living space at the core of this apartment.  Id 810 Design Group divided the space up with easy transitions between living, dining, and reading.  Each of these spaces features cool, unique pieces and lush colors.

The style and color palette of the main room continue in the home’s bedrooms.  The master features a tufted headboard, custom vanity, and faux-fur stool. [Photography by Genevieve Garruppo, and information courtesy of Lonny Magazine]