It's true that every house tells a story. But for interior designer Adam Charlap Hyman, each of his two rooms in his Brooklyn Brownstone has a very different tale. Featured on Domaine Home, we're getting a peek inside this eclectic and tasteful home.
When the designer first moved in, there was absolutely no detailing in the space. He had to bring everything in including lights, molding and even the fireplace. When it came to bringing life into each space, Charlap Hyman decided that he wanted them to tell a distinctive story. For the dining room, he imagined "a couple of sophisticated teenagers camping out in a once grand apartment." The bedroom space, well, that was a little different. “My jumping off point was Proust’s deathbed or a pharaoh’s tomb,” he said. “It sounds kind of morbid but all of the things that are special and valuable to me are collected in one place."
Well, we think that about says it all. Scroll through the photos below and be sure to check out the full feature on Domaine home.
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