New York Brownstone front door

One look at Kevin McLaughlin of the colorfully fabulous J.McLaughlin clothing line’s gorgeous New York brownstone and you know you’re in for a treat. The vibrant green door is an instant welcoming nod.

New York Brownstone entrance

Prints by the lovely Patricia van Essche line the walls of this hall. The leopard print carpet is a great touch.

New York Brownstone living room

Hands down one of the best things about this apartment is the incredible light flooding through these floor-to-ceiling windows. Perfection!

New York Brownstone abstract art

The mix of traditional elements and modern flair create a perfect room for family.

New York Brownstone library

Gorgeous leather hardware and a strie-treated walls in Benjamin Moore’s “Cabbage Patch” add special flair to this gorgeous den.

New York Brownstone bar

This Clarence House wallpapered nook is the perfect spot for displaying wine!

New York Brownstone dining room

The lattice work in the sunny, yellow breakfast room helps bring the garden into the home.

New York Brownstone dining room

This gorgeous light fixture adds the right amount of whimsy to a luxe dining room.

New York Brownstone bar

Classic Scalamandre paper adorns the walls of this bar nook.

New York Brownstone bedroom

From the chunky natural fiber headboard to the fun prints on the bed, everything about this space is fabulous!

New York Brownstone

This charming nook is perfect for overnight guests. We love this fabric!

New York Brownstone closet

In some New York homes closet space may be at a minimum, but not in this amazing brownstone! There’s plenty of space for storing charming J.McLaughlin pieces in style!

New York Brownstone exterior

This beautiful outdoor space–shared with other homeowners in this area–is perfect for hosting a garden party at a moment’s notice. We’re sure this outdoor space is always filled with friends!

Thanks so much for taking this gorgeous Traditional Home tour with us today. We hope it brightened yours as much as it did ours!

John Bessler Photographer

Doug Larson Architect