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This post was previously published on August 13.
Boutique owner Lauren Snyder's dreamy Fort Greene apartment has that certain je ne sais quoi. Her space is at once minimalist, cozy, and bright, and it all manages to work in harmony. As curator of the beloved Boerum Hill shop The Primary Essentials, she has an expert eye for unique pieces (especially ceramics) that really pull a space together.
But, it didn't all come together over night like an HGTV special. Curation takes time. Having lived in the building for 10 years, Synder's done her share of editing and DIY remodeling and the result looks effortless. Yes, we were taking notes. Ahead, a home tour that will leave you swooning. And, of course, all the decor tips we could steal.
Photographed by Julia Robbs
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