Interior Design Ideas Brooklyn Jae Joo Williamsburg

With concrete floors (still paint-spattered), soulful brick walls and 21-foot-high ceilings, character was a given in this bi-level loft, which was used as artists’ workspace before being renovated in an early wave of condo conversions. Before that, it was a shoe polish factory.

“The space speaks for itself,” said designer Jae Joo, whose clients, a well-traveled international couple, made contact with her through Homepolish, a six-year-old Manhattan-based service that matches homeowners with selected interior designers. “We worked with what we had architecturally.”

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