I couldn’t be more excited for the uber talented design duo Tilton Fenwick for their recent feature in the New York Times which highlights the newly renovated Brooklyn home that designer Anne Foster (one half of Tilton Fenwick) shares with her husband Ryan and soon-to-be baby due in April. When Anne and Ryan purchased the new construction loft, it was boring and boxy with a layout that didn’t quite work so Anne and her design partner Suysel dePedro Cunningham, known for their whimsical take on tradition, set out to transform the space. The pair tweaked the floor plan, upgraded the finishes, added unexpected architectural details like a sliding barn door to divide the main living space and brought in bold pops of color and pattern to liven up the space. The result is a stylish, multi-layered home that feels warm and inviting and reflects its owners perfectly! To read the full story and see the entire slideshow, click here to view it on The NY Times website. And to see before-and-after pictures with a full list of sources, visit the Tilton Fenwick blog here. Suysel and Anne – congrats my friends!