Midwood Victorian

  • Prize
    Honorable Mention in Interior Design
  • Company/Firm
    Natalie Rebuck Architecture PLLC
  • Lead Designer
    Natalie Rebuck
  • Architect
    Natalie Rebuck Architecture PLLC
  • Interior Designer
    Natalie Rebuck Architecture PLLC
  • Construction Company
    D.O. General Construction Inc.
  • Photo Credit
    Van Sarki
  • Location
    Brooklyn, NY
  • Project Date

Architect and interior designer, Natalie Rebuck of Re: Design Architects, set out to design her dream family home after years of New York City apartment living. The house, a 5 bedroom/5 bath Victorian built in 1899, is nestled among the tree lined streets of Brooklyn’s historic Fiske Terrace in Midwood. Weeks after closing on the home, Covid lockdowns forced Rebuck to delay immediate renovations, but allowed time for the designer to meticulously compose a space that represents her unique tastes while catering to the family’s needs.

Structurally, the gilded age-era home was in good shape, but the interior was dated and in need of a modern touch. Re: Design Architects and a trusted contractor resurfaced and painted every square inch of the house. The exterior paint colors, approved by Landmarks, were chosen for their similarity to the home’s original design. Mini-split air conditioning units were installed flush with the ceiling so as to not detract from the Victorian style of the home. Years of leaking radiators had severely damaged the floors of the home, leading Rebuck to install all new hardwood flooring throughout. The baseboard molding, hand railing, window trim and crown mo

Re: Design Architects is a boutique architecture and interior design firm, offering all services necessary to see projects through from beginning to end. Natalie Rebuck, the firm’s principal designer, has over 16 years experience managing a wide range of complex commercial and residential projects across the globe. Recognizing that no two projects are the same, Rebuck strives to create unique designs tailored to client objectives, budgets, and the aesthetic of the space.

Prior to founding Re: Design Architects, Rebuck spent 8 years working as the Project Architect for the award winning firm,

Other prizes
AIA Long Island color award Muse Design Awards