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Meet Brooklyn's Coolest Mom And Tour Her Amazing Brownstone

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    It's impossible to grow up without some parental embarrassment, intentional (thanks for showing up to school in a clown wig, Mom!) or not (no Dad, it isn't normal to write on my Facebook wall that many times). But that may not be the case with Brit-turned-Brooklynite, Victoria Sullivan, a designer, an online children's-decor-store owner of White Rabbit England, and style-savvy mother to Charlie, 8, and Florence, 11. We have a hard time imagining her as anything but the "cool mom," always.

    We got an exclusive look inside the impeccable Boerum Hill brownstone she just renovated, weaving in U.K. flair with clean and laid-back (read: sophisticated-yet-child-friendly) pieces. The overall effect is a jaw-dropping abode that's somehow not over the top. At all. Oh, and while we were there, we asked Sullivan to model her equally chilled-out chic wardrobe pieces and share her tips for decor on a dime, raising kids in the city, and other ma-jor mum conundrums. Sure, staying on top of design work, a store, a beautiful home, a big-time art-director hubbie, and two energetic kids might sound like a lot, but that's why we call Victoria Supermom.

    Click through to meet Brooklyn's coolest mama and take a tour of her to-die-for brownstone.

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