Name: Christine Stucker Veal and James Veal
Location: Clinton Hill — Brooklyn, New York
Size: 2100 square feet
Years Lived In: 3 1/2 years, owned
Original wood beams and brick walls mix with modern designs in this Brooklyn townhouse, built in 1890. It’s the home of husband and wife Christine Stucker Veal and James Veal, the founders of Stewart-Schafer. They are responsible not only for many of the architectural updates to the home, but also many of the furniture pieces, including their bed, the concrete tables in the living room, and a luxurious blackened steel dining table. But they also have an impressive collection of mid-century pieces from designers like Arne Norell, Paul McCobb and Herman Miller.