Typically I scroll through the internet without a care in the world on the simple mission to find inspiration that future Sarah/the color me quirky readers would find amazing, but this space was slightly different. This mission was direct. I opened my Macbook and clicked the Google Chrome icon for one purpose and one purpose only- to find designer, Ulla Johnson's brooklyn home.
No, I'm not a weirdo Ulla Johnson stalker (although I do love her clothing brand), I wanted to find Domino's feature of this gorgeous brooklyn space because of the designer behind it. Although you couldn't tell by the article itself, this home was designed by interior designer Alexis Brown who I am lucky enough to call my manager and friend. Yes, that's right, I actually know the designer behind the space. And as if that wasn't cool enough, I've been getting to see bts snapshots throughout the months leading up to this shoot, making this final photo spread all that more amazing.
Between the Roger Capron coffee table in the living room, to the endless area rug envy throughout the home, Brown was able to create a modern, minimal space with a sophisticated overlay that is still incredibly kid friendly. She encapsulated Johnson's clothing style and brought it to life in this Brooklyn townhouse. By layering textures, colors, and prints Brown was able to construct a space that could grow with this growing family for years to come. And, honestly, even if I didn't have a direct tie to Brown, I would still be pinning this space to practically all my pinterest boards. Could not be more proud of Brown and envious of Johnson who can now call this gorgeous space home. It is truly amazing. Enjoy!