Black History Month and Interior Design: Maya Angelou
I recently saw that Maya Angelou's Harlem brownstone was on the market to be sold and curious about the home in which she lived, I couldn't help but scroll through the photos of the 100-year old brownstone. I was super pleased to find there were photos of the space as it was when she was alive and still living there. However, I did not fall in love with the decor. I did fall in love with the a lot of the original details such as the moldings, wood work and fireplaces. Take a peek at a few pictures below.
*All photos sourced from The New York Times. Click here for more images and full captions.