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Design Breakdown of Jarret Yoshida’s Brooklyn Brownstone

Brooklyn Brownstone Living Room

Design Breakdown of Jarret Yoshida’s Brooklyn Brownstone

Our Brooklyn Brownstone is one of my favorite projects because every room is special to me in its own way. From the unique architecture to the flea market/vintage items that decorate the rooms I love calling this space a part of my home. Here is a little “design breakdown” room by room so maybe you can see why I love it as much as I do!

Living Room

Coffee Table: West Elm
Tic-Tac-Toe: Amazon
Pictures: Housing Works
Frames: Boerum Frames
Couch: Flea market find with Paul Smith fabric
Console: Made Goods
Chairs: Warehouse in Fort Lauderdale exurbs.
Mirror (Mid-18th Century acorn detailed gold leaf): Brimfield Antique Flea Market
Vases: Rose Bowl Flea Market
Lamp: Fort Lauderdale Vintage Table Lamp attributed to Tommi Parzinger
Paneling (Meiji Era Japanese oversized screen): eBay – panels depict a nobleman’s procession to Imperial Edo (now known as Tokyo)


Hardware: Rejuvination Hardware
Table: A street find on the Upper East Side
Napkin rings and placemats: Made Goods
Cabinets: Custom
Backsplash: Photo by Jarret Yoshida


Mahogany door: Rescued from demolition
Lamp to the right: Vintage mid-century blown glass crystal lamp
Art hangings: Rose Bowl Flea market and Clignancourt Market in Paris
Bedding: West Elm and Brooklinen
Bed frame: CB2
Bird: Made Goods
Lamp to left: Target
1stdibs: Nighstands
Picture top left: eBay
Picture top right: Scarlett Bailey


About Jarret Yoshida: Jarret Yoshida is one of the top Brooklyn Brownstone interior designers working today. With his keen eye for detail and knowledge of luxury materials, he crafts personalized and unique interior spaces that are tailored to each client’s needs.


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