a beautiful collaboration.
by victoria comment

8/9/18

19th Century brooklyn townhouse hovey design project featured on sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

this is one very beautiful collaboration between some very talented designers. featured recently on sight unseen this project from hovey design — two sisters Hollister and Porter Hovey, who specialize in interior styling, as well as staging homes for sale is almost gallery-like in its minimalist look, and just as inspiring as you might expect a visit to view art might be. this particular project is a 19th Century brooklyn townhouse with sky-high ceilings renovated by hatchet design build, and styled by one of our favorites, cold picnic’s phoebe sung and John Sorensen-Jolink of Coil + Drift. the results are one part whimsical, but also restrained sophistication. for more projects from these talented folks, visit their respective links!

brooklyn townhouse project by hovey design as featured on sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

hovey design project featured by sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

19th Century brooklyn townhouse project by hovey design / sfgirlbybay

19th Century brooklyn townhouse decorated by hovey design and featured on sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

modern brooklyn townhouse decorated by hovey design. / sfgirlbybay

tall ceilings in 19th Century brooklyn townhouse decorated by hovey design. / sfgirlbybay

modern minimalist decor by hovey design in 19th Century brooklyn townhouse. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist home furnishings by hovey design. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist modern home furnishings by hovey designs. / sfgirlbybay

sleek black cabinet in 19th Century brooklyn townhouse via sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

19th Century brooklyn townhouse hovey design project featured on sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist modern bedroom by hovey design. / sfgirlbybay

modern minimalist bedroom decor by hovey design featured on sight unseen. / sfgirlbybay

potted houseplants in brooklyn townhouse by hovey designs. / sfgirlbybay

• photography by BY NICHOLAS CALCOTT.

9 responses to “a beautiful collaboration.”

    • Well, as I mentioned, it’s designed for staging so while perhaps not comfortable it’s more like an art project which is why I thought it was very beautiful.

  1. the row of tote baskets with plants lined up along the wall…i’ve been looking for a good excuse to buy those gorgeous African round baskets that I see at Farmer’s markets, now I know how to use a small collection of them!

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