Heather Chontos, Kodie (12) and Zana (3), and dog Marvin Location: Clinton Hill — Brooklyn, New York Size: 1000 square feet Years lived in: 3 years — rent If this post title seems to have a lot of adjectives to describe the home, we felt it only fitting consider the creative woman renting this space happens to wear a lot of hats herself. Heather Chontos is an artist, furniture designer, stylist, illustrator, mom, business owner and more, and she filled the Brooklyn loft she shares with her two daughters full of fun creations, thoughtful finds and an eclectic mix of styles. Milk Farm Road, which will sell original art, print editions of art, handmade or repurposed goods, furniture made from reclaimed wood, textiles and ceramics (by Michele Michael of Elephant Ceramics). She moved back to Brooklyn after spending some time living in Montana (though she'll continue to live and work between both locations) and we love how the interior of this loft shows hints of style from not only her long career but also all the places she's lived. "At the studio [she'll have a little studio/shop in Montana opening March 1st in Bozeman, Montana] I will be holding workshops and classes about design and painting and there will also be gatherings. My goal is that everyone walks away at the end of an event with new knowledge and resources for beautiful things. On January 28th, the first inspired gathering by Milk Farm Road will happen here in Brooklyn and will be inspired by the color "blue." I have invited 8 special guests who all have to bring something that "blue" inspires ranging from art and food to music and I have created a menu with food stylist Chelsea Zimmer." Sawkille Furniture, I have one of his stools, my walnut stool next to my shelf, that I got from an art trade with Jonah, his work is incredible. I would love to have one of everything he makes, including his artwork and sculptures!!! Milk Farm Road. LIGHTING AND TILE I have gotten some great lighting from Restoration Hardware. I also love the tiles at Modwalls; they have the most amazing tile. I want to re-do the entire bathroom here in their dots tiles and they have oversized glass subway tile that is amazing! LINENS All of my linens, towels and bedcovers are from Eileen Fisher. Her linens and silks are just amazing at Garnet Hill. Some cushions are from Dwell, but most of them are from my new fabric line. ACCESSORIES Most of my stuff is antique, the handpainted folding screen I have had since I was a kid and my mother recently gave it to me again. The handpainted dresser I found down an alleyway antique shop here in New York, it is an incredible piece. I found it the same day as I found my bed; it was like a goldmine to find those two things!! I made all of my curtains, and I want to paint them like I did my shower curtain, though with huge blue stripes handpainted on them. I did that in my house in Montana and I thought it was so fun. KIDS' ROOM My kids' room is another diverse collection of things old and new and Ikea. You can't have a kids room without a little Ikea in it, or can you? ARTWORK A lot of the artwork is my own, but I am starting to get some work from other amazing artists like James Gallagher, Allyson Mellberg and Stefanie Augustine and photography by Chito Yoshida, she is amazing! Check out past house tours here • Interested in sharing your home with Apartment Therapy? Contact the editors through our House Tour Submission Form. • Are you a designer/architect/decorator interested in sharing a residential project with Apartment Therapy readers? Contact the editors through our Professional Submission Form.