This transitional dining area features a mosaic slate stone fireplace with a polished concrete hearth, a dining area with mission-style chairs, polished hardwood floors, a brown and beige traditional rug, Cherner wood modern bar stool, and wood cabinetry opposite a small kitchen.
The fantasy continues in the dining room. While the white walls and hardwood floors may be standard, even typical for a Brooklyn brownstone, what happens between them is anything but. In this room a surrealist light fixture designed by Paul hangs low over a thoroughly modern set of dining chairs. For a contrast from the metal furnishings, a vintage Norman Cherner armchair captains the table. On the floor, a hand-painted rug brings a big splash of color to the space which is presided over by even more fantastic sculptures of creatures, seashells and plants.