Emily Blunt and John Krasinski have put their Brooklyn townhouse on the market. The actors purchased the seven-bedroom Park Slope property, located at 586 4th Street, for $6 million in early 2016 and are now asking $8 million for it. Take a look at their brilliant home decor and get inspired. Their main idea was to have a french renaissance revival-style and this was very well used and adapted to the building.
The four-story home is located across from Prospect Park in the Park Slope Historic District of Brooklyn. The contrast between the light furniture and the blue armchair sofas is amazing. Moreover, the golden details give a special touch of sophistication. We believe this house is one of the best examples of being in the thin line between cosiness and sophistication.
Blunt and Krasinski renovated the French Renaissance Revival-style townhouse but kept many of the architectural details. It gives it the perfect match of styles and the decorations are simply stunning.
The stained glass windows, built-in leaded glass cabinets, detailed inlaid floors, and crown mouldings and millwork are all original.
The actors say they’re selling the property because they haven’t spent enough time there. “We’ve been nomads for a while now, but that’s the nature of the business,” Krasinski told the Wall Street Journal. “The house is so special — someone who can spend every night there should have it.”
This is one of the seven bedrooms. As you can see, the bedroom has a very clean and bright decoration. The main colour here is white, which gives a feeling of peace, perfect decoration for the place to sleep.
The panelling in the dining room is also original. Here you can see how the chandelier is the statement piece of the room. Super original and creative, we love it. The kitchen has Wolf appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a skylight that runs the length of the room. The floors are heated too.
A yard in the back is yard paved with blue stone. Surrounded by wooden walls and with an amazing sofa and carpet. Brilliant outdoor living space for long summer days and warm summer nights.
The garden-level floor’s family room has exposed ceiling beams. A front guest suite and laundry room are also located on this level.
The master bathroom features a stained glass skylight and Waterworks fixtures. It is so sophisticated and luxurious.