Aesthetic Apartment Forgo in Fort Greene, Brooklyn – New York.
With its walls full of the host’s artworks made from reclaimed wood, and a dining table made from a glass-topped piece of the original Manhattan Bridge, South Oxford Street is a home with local roots. Polished parquet floors lead from the hallway into an open living and dining area. The kitchen is just beyond, its bright white marble countertops lit by windows that look out onto the garden.
Straight down the hall from the kitchen, you’ll find the third bedroom. It shares an ensuite bathroom with the office, a serene place to work. Stairs just outside the kitchen lead to the basement, where you’ll find the master and second bedrooms. There’s a cedar sauna bathroom is on this floor, too.