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Inside the reimagined 1890s brownstone with rooms inspired by the classics Where The Wild Things Are and Brazil, as it hits the market for $5.2 million after a stunning renovation

A multi-story brownstone from the 1890s has hit the market after undergoing extensive renovations to create a home inspired by movie classics.

The four-story Brooklyn, New York home was purchased by revered film editor Gavin Cutler and his partner Sundy Procter in 2004 and has since undergone a remarkable transformation.

Designed with the help of Manhattan-based architect Robert Young, the 4,000-square-foot sanctuary leveraged iconic works to spark its owners’ imaginations.

The property has undergone $1 million worth of renovations and is currently priced at $5,295,000.

A room was designed with a forestry theme from Maurice Sendak’s 1963 book “Where the Wild Things Are” while two conduits in the kitchen hood above the stove has been converted into air vents – as seen in Terry Gilliam“the 1985 movie”Brazil‘.

The downstairs living room features an L-shaped sofa and coffee table, while two-story windows make up one of the walls of the luxurious property.

The downstairs living room features an L-shaped sofa and coffee table, while two-story windows make up one of the walls of the luxurious property.

An eight-foot-wide lipstick red panel rises 40 feet toward the skylight, as if shooting through the glass landings.

An eight-foot-wide lipstick red panel rises 40 feet toward the skylight, as if shooting through the glass landings.

The dining area features a black walnut table that seats 10 in the middle and is surrounded by eight red Ultrasuede chairs (worth approximately $1,600 at the time of purchase) and a glass Venini chandelier hand-blown transparent (priced at $10,000).

The dining area features a black walnut table that seats 10 in the middle and is surrounded by eight red Ultrasuede chairs (worth approximately $1,600 at the time of purchase) and a glass Venini chandelier hand-blown transparent (priced at $10,000).

The brownstone interiors, listed by Michelle Griffith of Douglas Elliman, are covered in glass, resin accents and a vibrant palette of red and blue weave.

The ground floor living room has an L-shaped sofa and coffee table, while two-story windows make up one of the walls of the property.

A skylight was built above the open wooden staircase with glass landings from which light illuminates the majority of the house.

An eight-foot-wide lipstick red panel rises 40 feet toward the skylight, as if streaking through the glass landings.

The dining room features a clear, hand-blown glass Venini chandelier (priced at $10,000 in 2008), the New York Times reported.

It also has two majestic windows with green views and a stone fireplace.

The powder room is accented with an Anemone shag rug featuring cylindrical tufts of fabric that bend and ripple when you run your fingers over it and a marble sink resembling teak wood.

The powder room is accented with an Anemone shag rug featuring cylindrical tufts of fabric that bend and ripple when you run your fingers over it and a marble sink resembling teak wood.

It also has two majestic windows with green views and a stone fireplace.

It also has two majestic windows with green views and a stone fireplace.

The master bedroom has a long desk, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and three windows with light brown blinds.

The master bedroom has a long desk, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and three windows with light brown blinds.

One of the bathrooms is equipped with blue resin above the sinks and in the shower

One of the bathrooms is equipped with blue resin above the sinks and in the shower

Paying homage to the popular children’s book by author Maurice Sendak, the Powder Room is a captivating ode to artistic expression.

Accented with an Anemone shag rug featuring cylindrical tufts of fabric that bend and ripple as you run your fingers over them, the area is completed by a marble sink resembling teak wood.

The pseudo-walls that make up the dining room, living room facing the kitchen, and second-floor TV room are all adorned with white planes and sheets of white wall paneling, suspended from wooden beams.

All bedrooms have wooden floors, two of which have sliding doors that open onto the garden.

The master bedroom has a long desk, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and three windows with light brown blinds.

One of the bathrooms is fitted with blue resin above the sinks and in the shower while another has a brown stone wall and a full bathtub.

The living room opposite the kitchen is decorated with white countertops and white plasterboard, suspended from wooden beams.

The living room opposite the kitchen is decorated with white countertops and white plasterboard, suspended from wooden beams.

One of the bathrooms has a full bathtub and brownstone wall

One of the bathrooms has a full bathtub and brownstone wall

All rooms have wooden floors and artwork hanging on the walls, two of which also have sliding doors opening onto the garden.

All rooms have wooden floors and artwork hanging on the walls, two of which also have sliding doors opening onto the garden.

The four-story Brooklyn home was purchased by erector Gavin Cutler and his partner Sundy Procter in 2004 and has since undergone a remarkable transformation.

The four-story Brooklyn home was purchased by erector Gavin Cutler and his partner Sundy Procter in 2004 and has since undergone a remarkable transformation.

One of the kitchens is equipped with a dishwasher, oven, modern refrigerator and space for a fireplace.

According to Cutler, the home’s furnishings were selected by interior designer Procter.

β€œShe made it more interesting, more romantic,” he told the New York Times.

Cutler is a partner at Mackenzie Cutler, a Manhattan film editing company known for its comedic television commercials, while Procter is an interior designer.

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