This Home In Brooklyn Gets An Updated Interior From General Assembly

Sharon Street By General Assembly

General Assembly have designed the interiors of a home in the Williamsburg neighbourhood of Brooklyn, New York.

Sharon Street By General Assembly

The designer’s description

This house, ideally situated across the street from Cooper Park, is part of a row of single family homes built in the 1950s.

Sharon Street By General Assembly

With front and rear yards and an alley for parking these homes have become desirable, however the existing footprint and layout are outdated and too small to accommodate the young family moving in.

Sharon Street By General Assembly

Features include a master bathroom with a floating teak vanity; custom kitchen cabinetry with concrete counter tops; a kitchen island with built in wine storage; and additional custom storage throughout – including flip-top kitchen benches. Then there’s the solid oiled white oak suspended shelving we custom designed for the kitchen.

Sharon Street By General Assembly

The shelves are supported by steel bracing and anchored into a steel plate in the ceiling. By opening up the shelving above the sink, GA was able to capture the light from a nearby skylight and the surrounding windows to create an open, sun-filled environment for serious cooking.

Sharon Street By General Assembly

Design: General Assembly
Contractor: Trevo Contracting
Millwork: Tribeca Design Build
Photography by Joe Fletcher

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