Last week's issue of New York Magazine featured their Home Design Fall package. They looked at a few before and after gut renovations, including this master bathroom in Prospect Heights Brooklyn. We were a little confused by the choice of additions. Architect Elizabeth Roberts opened up the second floor of a late-nineteenth-century brownstone to feature not only a large bathing area, but a home office in the corner. Yup, that on the left is a desk with a printer, meant to let you get some work one in between, um, dips in the large bath tub.
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