Last month, while reading The New York Times, I was thrilled to land on a story about Teman and Teran Evans, DIY consultant’s to Sabrina Soto’s HGTV show – The High Low Project. The twin designers, who live in the picturesque Clinton Hill area of Brooklyn, have an incredible design aesthetic that they’ve been honing since they were three years old.
The home that they share is filled with pieces that have wow factor. The living area is a perfect example, with so many pieces to enjoy from the upholstered mustard chairs, to the large Buddha head, and cool black boombox that doubles as an iPod dock.
Every corner of this 1400 square foot home is filled with stylish pieces. Here, an Eames lounger is made to feel casual with a chevron pillow atop it.
In the kitchen, shiny black lacquer adds to the modern and masculine feel of the space.
It is clear that these two brothers have a love for art, and I love the Keith Haring mural that’s been placed behind the armoire in the hallway.
The interior is filled with so many personal touches that make this space their own. The black and white photo above, is a picture of their sister.
Modern and vintage pieces are blended together throughout the space. This yellow dresser serves as the coolest bar cart I’ve ever seen.
A painting by the twins, “Duel”, adds color and texture to this seating area.
With a mix of color, pattern, modern and vintage pieces and lots of personal style, this may be Clinton Hill’s coolest pad. You can view more of Teman and Teran’s style in The New York Times >