A Brooklyn Retreat with a Minimalist Vibe

When two independent business owners who met in the East Village come together for a Brooklyn townhouse renovation, you know things are gonna be good! That’s exactly what Jeff Madalena and Jason Gnewikow did with their Bedford-Stuyvesant home: renovated it into a completely relaxed retreat for relaxing after their busy New York days. The space has lovely mid-century touches like the brass floor lamp in the living room, and Scandinavian minimalism elements like the natural wood dining room table and black chairs. My favorite room is the kitchen, where a black marble island acts as a centerpiece, and light wood stools sit at the edge. The white cabinets against the wall are flanked with a beautiful white marble backsplash.

Black Marble Kitchen Island in a Minimal Brooklyn Retreat
Scandinavian Grey Couch in a Minimal Brooklyn Retreat
Scandinavian Chair with House Plant in a Minimal Brooklyn Retreat
Minimal Brooklyn Retreat Grey Sheets Bedroom
Ultra Minimal Fireplace in this Minimal Brooklyn Retreat
Art in a Minimal Brooklyn Retreat
Minimal Brooklyn Retreat with Black Staircase
White Iron Frame Doorway with Brass Ceiling Light in Brooklyn
Mirrored Geometric Side Table in Brooklyn Home
Minimal Brooklyn Retreat Dark Oak Sideboard and Black Lamp

Photos by Pippa Drummond via Dwell


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The maximum upload file size: 1 MB. You can upload: image. Drop files here

Curated Interior uses affiliate links and we may receive a small commission if you make a purchase from linked retailers, at no cost to you. We only recommend products from merchants we know and love. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Related Posts