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Perhaps the most sought-after Brooklyn space, the brownstone offers the chance to live in a home with towering ceilings, inlaid hardwood floors, and ornately carved mouldings. But the best of these interiors subverts this historic tradition, and Michael Karam’s is no exception. Karam both honored the space and had fun with it, injecting levity by displaying a candelabra in a non-working fireplace and using mid-century modern furniture to complement the lines of the interior.
Photo Clement Pascal