A new project from a trio of design collaborators—NYC/London interior design studio Nune, NY residential development firm Branca & Co., and NY architects Frances Mildred—a clean, well-lighted space for culinary life, located in a restored brownstone in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Here’s a look:

Above: Cabinets are painted in Smokey Taupe from Benjamin Moore and walls are painted in Origami White from Sherwin Williams.
nune dean street kitchen brooklyn 3 Above: The 1960s opaline glass One Sconce by Vico Magistretti is from 1st Dibs; the countertops and shelves are Arabascato Violet from NYC sister-owned BAS Stone.
nune dean street kitchen brooklyn 7 Above: Open shelving provides an opportunity to display objets and shelve cookbooks.
nune dean street kitchen brooklyn 2 Above: The One Bar Kitchen Faucet is from Kallista. 
nune dean street kitchen brooklyn 6 Above: Artwork by Carolyn Walls hangs in front of the Corbett Dining Table from Room & Board. The suite of 1960s Martin Visser dining chairs is from Amsterdam Modern.
215 dean street kitchen brooklyn nune Above: The Hubert Suspension Lamp is from Menu.

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