This mid-1800s Brooklyn Heights brownstone has been transformed into a maxmialist's paradise. Close your eyes and imagine candy-colored walls, velvet couches with fringe, vibrant tapestries from India, lacquered bookcases in chartreuse, and an original ceiling fresco featuring cherubs nestled in the clouds. Quite frankly, it's a dream. The home belongs to Kelsey Brown and her husband Alec Simpson. Kelsey is the co-founder of Pepper, a home decor company that sells textiles, wallpapers, throw pillows and so much more...all featuring whimsical prints. Kelsey worked with Nicholas Obeid, a New York City interior designer, on this project.