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This Playful Brooklyn Brownstone Has a Kitchen Floor You’ll Definitely Want to Recreate (www.architecturaldigest.com)

It’s a pretty regular occurrence that we come across a space and think, “Hey, how’d you do that?” From custom built-ins to expert styling to genius pattern combinations, pros in the interior design business know just what to do to make a room or a home or even a coffee table stand out. So with this series, we’re asking them to let us in on their secrets in the hope that we can take our own spaces to the next level.

From the second we first saw this kitchen, we were utterly enthralled. Situated in a historic Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, brownstone, the graphic, gradient-hued floor stands out. We sat down with architect and designer Michael K. Chen of Michael K. Chen Architecture to hear about the influences behind the design, how he brought this unexpected vision to life for his clients, and how you can create the look too.


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