This row house in Brooklyn that was renovated by the Barker Freeman Design Office (BFDO) is a cat lover's dream. The owners, a professor and library administrator, respectively, kept their "two shy but inquisitive cats" in mind when planning their remodel, and you've cat to be kidding us: It's adorable.
Their home offers "cat circulation routes," according to BFDO, which include trap doors for feline access to the second floor and a climbable bookshelf.
This row home's cat accessibility isn't its only quirky feature, either. There's a mini front door inset in the living room's shelf wall that matches the row home's and opens to a diorama of a living room. This dream world was designed by one of the owners using their collection of tiny objects.
There's also a skylit "nest" in the upstairs studio. It's a space that was designed to write and think in, and was formed from "recycled dimensional lumber and wood elements recycled from the house," according to BFDO.