Oftentimes when there is a house tour, there are a number of great photos that go unpublished. Design Sponge ran a beautiful piece on my place called, "A Plant Lover's Secret Garden in the Middle of Brooklyn", which features a lot of beautiful shots, but I wanted to take a moment and share some other shots from that day's shoot.
From Design Sponge: Most big cities rightfully earn the moniker “concrete jungle.” It makes sense. Oftentimes trees are sparse and the grass isn’t green because it’s barely there at all. But not all is grey and made of stone in our country’s metropolises. Look hard enough, and you’ll find little pockets of lush life that loving home-dwellers like Summer Rayne Oakes have carved out for themselves. Her Williamsburg, Brooklyn home proves that even amidst the energy of a burgeoning city, plants and greenery can thrive. Read more here. 🌿