Small Brooklyn Apartment Remodel Will Bowl You Over
An apartment in Brooklyn, New York that measures 675 square feet, was demolished and rebuilt by Co Adaptive Architecture. Renovations that kept the flat’s open-concept living area and kitchen allowed the one-bedroom corner apartment to be transformed into a two-bedroom home with two bathrooms.
The sliding island, created from reclaimed bowling alley flooring, is the centerpiece of this compact but very functional residence. In addition to being a table for parties, this item can also be used for food prep and storage.
The apartment’s original raw materials were exposed and highlighted, including the living room’s red brick walls. On top of that, the upper cabinets were made out of apple boxes from New York City. The living room’s red brick walls were the only color in a mostly black and white scheme.
In both the kitchen and bathroom, unique polished copper piping fixtures were fitted, exposing plumbing features normally hidden behind the walls. Using these unique design choices, this refurbished Brooklyn apartment has a modern look and is very beautiful.