New York based fashion stylist Katie Mossman recently completed a three-year renovation of her now-stunning Brooklyn home, which was featured in Architectural Digest. The desired effect was to invoke the essence of sunny Baja, California, and it’s safe to say she has succeeded. The bright and airy space is home to many mid-century modern pieces, which are elevated by high ceilings, smooth and modern stone, and a delightful neutral-white color palette.
M. Teixeira Soapstone had the pleasure of fabricating and installing several stone pieces in this magazine-worthy home, each one competing for the title of pièce de résistance.
The fireplace provides a gentle focal point and anchor for the seating area, which is comprised of Katie’s most-loved chair collection. The breathtaking white Arabescato marble fireplace has just the right touch of gray veining to add movement and visual interest to the space.
A modern kitchen isn’t complete without an island, and the Calacatta Gold marble island just begs you to serve a California cocktail. The straight lines and edges of this island are at home in this space that pays homage to the past while staying very current and trend-minded. The gray veining in this particular stone is more open and free-flowing, which plays very nicely with its straight edges.
The most impressive stone installation may just be the bathroom. We used the same Arabescato marble in the bathroom as we did on the fireplace. With stone floor, counters, and bathtub, the bathroom feels like absolute luxury.
See the beautiful interior photographs and read the complete article in Architectural Digest.