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  1. beginnings
    I Love Interior Design Because of My MotherShe taught me the value of decorating a home with authenticity.
  2. space of the week
    A Neglected Stone House in Croatia Comes Back to LifeThe renovation included installing a pool and revitalizing the wild landscape beyond with a view out to the sea.
  3. space of the week
    Inside the Whitney Founder’s Neoclassical Art StudioBefore she founded her own museum, sculptor and heiress Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney worked in this space she built on Long Island.
  4. design hunting
    Maybe It’s Time to Paint Your Bedroom Sap GreenFarrow & Ball launch 16 new colors with the help of design firm Roman and Williams.
  5. space of the week
    A Creative Community in a Former Paper-Clip Factory in the BronxThere are about 50 artists, furniture-makers, ceramicists, and architects in this Port Morris building. We visited 13 of them.
  6. space of the week
    A Timeless Décor for a New-Renovation CondoInterior designer Aamir Khandwala lavished a brand-new Williamsburg condominium with bold textures and an eye-catching color palette.
  7. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s Modern Apartment With River ViewsScott Sanders and his husband passed on a prewar for a home in a gleaming new building.
  8. space of the week
    A Historic Brooklyn Townhouse With Some Very Modern InterventionsThis home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens manages to stay in character while getting some major upgrades to the kitchen, bathrooms, and living spaces.
  9. space of the week
    A Long-Awaited Renovation That Brings in the LightThis three-bedroom Prospect Heights prewar apartment was purchased in 2012, but not updated until last year.
  10. space of the week
    How an Architect Transformed Her Office Into a SanctuarySuchi Reddy renovated her Greenwich Village workspace, which includes a meditation room and kitchen you’d want at home.
  11. wellness
    When Did the Doctor’s Office Become an Instagrammable Experience?The wellness aesthetic is spreading as fast as a flu.
  12. space of the week
    A Reimagined Industrial Loft in Beacon With (Almost) No WallsAnd a tub that stares straight at the mountains.
  13. design hunting
    Imagine Sitting on This Bench Made of Recycled TrashThe latest in sustainable urban design in Amsterdam.
  14. spring design
    An Artist’s Apartment Where Just About Everything Is on Exhibit“Rooms can become livable works of art,” says Doug Meyer.
  15. in memoriam
    Remembering Anne Slater, Queen of UptownIn her signature blue glasses, she epitomized style.
  16. design hunting
    This Eco-Friendly Pod-on-Wheels Could Redefine Off-the-Grid LivingThe Ecocapsule is an 88-square-foot mobile home that runs on solar and wind energy.
  17. design hunting
    Where Odd Mom Out’s Jill Kargman Buys Tableware, Hostess Gifts, and Artwork“I love creepy candlesticks and any kind of goth stuff, like my platter of black thorns or my skull drawing from my brother.”
  18. design hunting
    Where Amy Sedaris Buys Her Favorite Incense, Paper Flowers, and Miniatures“I like for things to look like they are going to come alive while you are sleeping.”
  19. design hunting
    This Is What ‘Wild Minimalism’ Looks LikeMeet Rooms, a two-woman team operating out of Georgia.
  20. ask the experts
    Why You Should Consider Painting Your FloorsAnd more expert advice from color consultant Martin Kesselman.
  21. design hunting
    Rebuilt and Pared Down, This Brooklyn Brownstone Still Feels Like a ClassicA classic townhouse layout updated with modern structural underpinnings and an opened-up kitchen.
  22. design hunting
    The Work of Ward Bennett, a Giant of American 20th-Century DesignInside a new monograph of one of the most influential interior designers.
  23. design hunting
    An ’80s Man Cave Grows UpA few key design moves, executed by Weiss Turkus Projects, helped transform this 1980s- and ’90s-era apartment into a stellar, contemporary one.
  24. design hunting
    This Spanish Vacation House Has a Very Unusual Shape for a Very Good ReasonIt looks like a Bond villain’s mountain lair, but the flipped form is practical, providing ample shade in the hot Mediterranean climate.
  25. design hunting
    A Futuristic-Looking Brooklyn Loft That’s Steeped in NostalgiaDesigner Jenny Kirschner doesn’t believe in walls.
  26. ask the experts
    How to Use Plants to Make Your Tiny Apartment Seem BiggerAnd more expert advice from landscape designer Lily Kwong.
  27. design hunting
    An Expat’s Minimalist Pied-à-Terre in ParisAfter this creative consultant bought her apartment, she called Studio NOCC to turn the petite la bohème apartment into a crisp, modern Parisian home.
  28. spring design
    A Central Park South Apartment That’s Equal Parts Gallery and HomeWhile the goal was to highlight the clients’ art collection, the designers didn’t want to “create a typical white-box Chelsea-gallery aesthetic.”
  29. space of the week
    Appreciating My Apartment During Self-QuarantineAll of a sudden, those of us lucky enough to have a home have plenty of time to look carefully around and reconsider what we’ve created.
  30. space of the week
    A Fantastical New Showroom for a Pair of Longtime DesignersBenjamin Noriega-Ortiz and Steven Wine recently consolidated their businesses to create a workplace that’s “as whimsical as can be.”
  31. space of the week
    A Dream Home Renovation a Long Time in the MakingIndigo & Ochre Design transformed a lackluster apartment for a family who had put off changing things for years.
  32. space of the week
    A 1880 Greek Revival House Goes Back to the ClassicsInterior designer Michael Garvey recently completed a nearly 13-year renovation of his two-story home in Brooklyn.
  33. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s Home Filled With Eclectic TreasuresEverything in Russell Piccione’s brownstone seems to have an unusual provenance.
  34. space of the week
    Tour a Defiantly Bohemian Studio in the Chelsea HotelArtist and hairdresser Gerald DeCock has lived in this psychedelic apartment since 1994.
  35. space of the week
    A Pared-Down Apartment That’s Both Luxurious and MinimalistAnticipating an empty nest, this couple sold their Colonial in Connecticut and moved into a new building overlooking Madison Square Park.
  36. space of the week
    A Classic Industrial Loft With a Soft EdgeInterior designer Kevin Dumais created a lush interior landscape inside a Tribeca apartment.
  37. space of the week
    A 500-Square-Foot Studio With Room to GrowThis apartment has undergone many design iterations since it was purchased in 2001, with décor shake-ups in the kitchen, dining area, and bathroom.
  38. space of the week
    10 Highlights From New York Design WeekWendy Goodman says the standouts were those objects that evoked a sense of déjà vu. Here are her favorites.
  39. design hunting
    A Greenwich Village Mini-Loft Where Every Square Inch CountsOne renovation designer finds if you can’t raise the roof, then lower the floor.
  40. design hunting
    A Mid-Century Apartment Filled With Pollocks, Klines, and de KooningsMark Rothko called Ben Heller’s home ‘the Frick of the West Side.’
  41. space of the week
    An Oslo Home With a Peach-Pink PaletteA Norwegian family turns its back on all-white-everything.
  42. design hunting
    Two Grown Men Live in This Pee-wee’s Playhouse-esque Apartment“I need to be cripplingly overwhelmed by how colorful everything is.”
  43. spring design
    A Sculptor’s Colorful Live-Work Space, Hidden Behind a Garage FacadeThe nondescript brick exterior of artist Leonardo Drew’s studio gives no hint of what’s inside.
  44. design hunting
    Tour an Ideal New York Artists’ Townhouse – With a Bit of Morocco Thrown In“We love what an oasis it is behind the brick façade — it feels a bit like our own Moroccan riad.
  45. space of the week
    A Williamsburg Loft Gets an Elegant Makeover — and a Beach-Inspired KitchenAfter 16 years, Hilary’s Park’s apartment had gone from airy to claustrophobic. She turned to Homepolish to instill a new sense of order.
  46. design hunting
    A Sunny and Modern Beach House in Breezy Point, 5 Years After Hurricane SandyFive years ago, Hurricane Sandy devastated Breezy Point, Queens, but new signs of life and revitalization are everywhere.
  47. space of the week
    An Urgent — But Expert — Renovation of a Prewar ApartmentA couple planned on upgrading their Financial District home down the road, but then a section of bathroom tile came crashing down: The time had come.
  48. space of the week
    A Sunny California Cottage Filled With Vintage DécorWhen Corre Larkin started furnishing her family’s new house in Newport Beach with lots of antiques, her inner decorator took hold.
  49. fall design
    A Harlem Prewar Apartment Stripped to Its Original StateThe only thing that’s changed since 1971 in Lana Turner’s home is the number of hats (600), gloves (365), shoes (312), and books (too many to count).
  50. closings
    Iconic Textile Designer Madeline Weinrib Is Closing After 20 Years“This has been an enormous decision,” she says.
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