A Makeover for a Brooklyn Apartment

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A Makeover for a Brooklyn Apartment

A Makeover for a Brooklyn Apartment

When Garrett Munce and Adam Rathe, both magazine editors residing in Brooklyn, needed a "designer's touch" for their 1-bedroom apartment, they knew that Homepolish was the answer. After a consultation, designer Ariel Feldman took their apartment to "home sweet home".

Ariel helped the two craft a modern bohemian with pieces such as this sculptural and angular .

Garrett inherited beautiful antique rugs from his grandmother, which immediately gave the space a sense of history and nostalgia.

The wall gallery was the biggest project the team took on. It incorporates pieces that the two got as individuals and as a couple, ranging in mediums from photography to sketches.

A Makeover for a Brooklyn Apartment

For a gallery of this scope, Ariel says that it's best to lay everything out on the floor first before you begin making marks in the wall.

Funny tidbit: When Ariel first met the couple, she told them to get a couple plants. They ended up getting about 4 times as many as she imagined, building out a veritable urban jungle. Each plant even has its own name.

And as magazine editors, the two have quite the collection of books.

They have so much art that it spills out right into the hallway and into the bedroom.

In the bedroom, a simple bedframe allows the Tom of Finland drawing to really stand out.

A Makeover for a Brooklyn Apartment

On either end of the bed, dip-dyed stools double as nightstands.

And we're wild for the hanging brass sconces.

A Makeover for a Brooklyn Apartment

Garrett Munce and Adam Rathe, magazine editors

After a couple had some minor renovations in their Brooklyn apartment, they called in Homepolish's Ariel Farmer to complete the finishing touches from small pieces of furniture to a large wall gallery.

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