A really cool Brooklyn townhouse

Posted on Thu, 20 Nov 2014 by KiM

I don’t know how I missed the reveal of this incredibly awesome townhouse last year in the . Owned by Beastie Boys’ Mike D, he lives in this 3200 sq ft Brooklyn home built in 1853 with his wife and 2 boys, and they spent 6 months and about $500K on renovations. The result is phenomenal – eclectic and funky decor that works so well with the traditional architecture. I love all of the touches of brass throughout (especially the kitchen *GASP*), and the fun Brooklyn Toile wallpaper (from Flavor Paper) was designed by Mike. I could just pack up my clothes and the cats and hubby and move right in without changing a single thing.

Jared Hayden says:

I've loved this place long time. It epitomizes "cool" to me–not because the people living there are trying to be cool, but because they just are. I don't think they made one misstep. A true inspiration.

Nicole says:

I completely agree with Jared! Amazing stuff–all of it. But then again, it IS Mike D's place, so should we be surprised?!? No sleep 'til Brooklyn, ya'll…

Aida says:

Love all of it! The garden, the terrace, the tall windows, the light, the floors!, and the whole air about it… I could live in it from the moment I enter it, without a single change ­čÖé

Niche Interiors says:

Wow, totally eclectic. The artwork, the lighting, the interesting pieces of furniture, etc. Everything about this place is really interesting.

Jen says:

I love it, especially the deer photography in the hallway, does anyone know who produced that?

Gloria Burroughs says:

The art work, my goodness! The colors! Whoo that crimson!

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