inside the founder of catbird’s brooklyn home
painted white wood floors, a navy blue kitchen, and lots of other stuff we want.
Published Feb 19, 2016 4:00 AM
If you’re not a fan of Catbird, we can’t be friends. (Just kidding, but not really). The cool girl jewelry brand was founded in Williamsburg in 2004 and features jewelry designed and created in their Brooklyn studio, using recycled or fair trade gold and conflict-free stones. And as expected, founder Rony Vardi’s home is just as aesthetically pleasing as the jewelry she sells. Read on to see our favorite photos from Vardi’s Vogue home tour.
Vardi shared with Vogue that she was dead set on having a navy kitchen—and we think it’s perfect. The white brick walls, wood countertops, and stainless steel and copper accents don’t hurt, either.
If you look closely enough, you’ll notice the stairs are actually painted the faintest hue of blue—to break up all of the white, of course.
Behold a backyard, what every New Yorker’s dreams are made of—artificial turf and all. (Visit Vogue.com for more photos).