Brooklyn Interiors: From Burnished to Polished, From Modern to Magpie
Brooklyn Interiors appeals to those who aspire to the style brand that is Brooklyn, or boho New York. Filled with the stylish, thoughtful yet whimsical and charming homes of the artistic class living, working and surrounded by art. This book will be one of the most inspirational interior decorating and artistic profile books coming out in 2016.
The only other direct competitor is Design Brooklyn (2013), but that book includes industrial and commercial spaces, and Brooklyn Interiors will focus 100 percent on residential spaces, and follows our success with Brooklyn Modern.
Brooklyn has supplanted Manhattan as the country’s bastion of real style, and this is the first book to get inside the homes of the new creative class.
|Dimensions||203 × 254 mm|
Kathleen Hackett is a contributing editor at Elle Decor and writes frequently for Veranda, Architectural Digest, InStyle, Country Living, and Martha Stewart Living, where she spent four years as the executive book editor. Hackett has also ghostwritten more than 15 books on subjects from interior design to floral arranging and cooking. She is the coauthor, with her husband, artist Stephen Antonson, of Home from the Hardware Store and coauthor with her sister Mary Ann Young of The Salvage Sisters. She lives in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, with her husband and their two boys.