I stumbled upon New Canaan, Connecticut-based architectural firm Brooks and Falotico one night earlier this week and immediately spent quite a bit of time simultaneously flipping through their portfolio and drooling all over my keyboard! I love their East Coast style and am especially drawn to their shingle-style and board and batten homes along the water that are chock full of beautiful architectural details like thick moldings, transom windows and built-ins, mixed with classic New England details like hanging lanterns and glass-front cabinetry. To see more of their work, check out their portfolio - here are a few of my favorites:
LOVE the wall of built-ins and the gray-striped rug in this fabulous living room:
I DIE for these Chisholm Hall lanterns and an amazing floor-to-ceiling plate rack!
Yummy cedar shake shingles mixed with black shutters, a crisp white wrap-around porch and lantern lighting:
All-white is so elegant in this master bath. Love the mirror, lighting and floor-to-ceiling tile:
So much to love in such a small space - walls of windows, slate floor, transom lighting and those gorgeous high gloss black painted double doors:
White cabinetry will never go out of style - especially when paired with hanging lanterns and soapstone countertops:
Love this fabulous beadboard-backed coffered ceiling, white paneled fireplace and gorgeous grasscloth wallpaper:
Love this cozy little corner in architect Louise Brooks covered patio - slate floors, shutters, a Lutyens bench and potted boxwoods are right up my alley:
Another view of that fabulous plate rack:
That stove! Hello, gorgeous...
What girl wouldn't covet this closet/dressing room?
Images 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 Brooks + Falotico
Images 4, 8, 10, 14, 15 Lynn Morgan Design
Images 6, 12, 16 New England Home
Have a wonderful weekend!