Entering Wythe Place from Brooklyn’s buzzing streets, you’ll step into an open plan living area. Directly ahead is the sleek, modern kitchen with a stone-topped breakfast bar, wood cabinets and a circular dining table with citrus-yellow chairs. To the left is the sitting area where the back wall has steel casement windows from the building’s previous life as a warehouse, and an inviting L-shaped sofa sits underneath. A chandelier hangs from the soaring ceilings above a polished, black piano (nodding to the host’s background in the music industry) giving the space an elegant feel.
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