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  1. space of the week
    A Martha Stewart Editor’s Meticulously Organized OfficeConsistency and attention to detail are at the root of Darcy Miller’s success.
  2. space of the week
    A Passion Project for Two Brownstone ObsessivesThe couple behind an Instagram account that documents Brooklyn’s most beautiful homes renovates one of their own.
  3. design hunting
    A Teen Girl’s Suite Outfitted With a Warhol Print and a Laurie Simmons DollhouseThe space, designed for a highly discerning 13-year-old, also features Mickalene Thomas, Tom Sachs, and a couple of Gaetano Pesces.
  4. ask the experts
    A Contractor-Matchmaker Shares Her Renovation Advice“If your dream is to luxuriate in your tub on weekends, spend on the best tub you can afford — then don’t buy the Lutron light fixtures.”
  5. design hunting
    How to Decorate a Los Angeles Bungalow With an App and a Tap of the FingerThe 26-year-old founder of the home-decor app Hutch used it to decorate her Spanish-style West Hollywood home — and it took her all of one week.
  6. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s Art-Filled Williamsburg Loft“This is my reentry into Brooklyn,” the designer says of his 800-square-foot home, which he recently renovated to include a dedicated bedroom space.
  7. the hunt
    56 New and Downright Gorgeous Items for Your HomeA covetable assortment of new home furnishings — from Ralph Pucci chairs to Warholian wallpaper to vintage Italian glass.
  8. space of the week
    Inside the Art-Filled Office of Brooklyn Museum’s PresidentDavid Berliner feels right at home at work, which features pieces by Joel Tanner Hart and Leon Polk Smith, plus Andy Warhol wallpaper.
  9. design hunting
    Fake Being a Cool Art Girl With These Affordable PrintsSeven online shops with great, cheap posters.
  10. space of the week
    A Gut Renovation in Brooklyn That Was Worth Every HeadacheThis historic 1919 neo-Federal brick house on Prospect Park West, which features a new rooftop and lush garden, took roughly two years to complete.
  11. space of the week
    A Former Auto-Repair Shop Gets a Second Life As a RowhouseAfter a three-year renovation, an old garage in Brooklyn is reborn as a five-story, live-work space that’s anything but modest.
  12. space of the week
    A Generic Condo Transformed Into an Enviable Home LibraryArchitect Koray Duman turned this two-bedroom apartment in an old industrial building into an open showcase for a couple’s extensive book collection.
  13. art & design
    The Director of the Brooklyn Museum Keeps a Degas by Her DeskTo decorate her office, Anne Pasternak borrows the museum’s vast collection, including artwork by Gene Davis, Kiki Smith, Kara Walker, and more.
  14. space of the week
    This New Group Champions Representation in the Art and Design WorldsMalene Barnett describes her Black Artists + Designers Guild as “a curated collective of black artists and designers throughout the African diaspora.”
  15. art & design
    A Fabric Artist’s Very Fuzzy Brooklyn StudioSarah Zapata’s Red Hook work space is adorned with her colorful yarn rugs.
  16. design hunting
    The Designer Bringing Cloisonné Into the 21st CenturyMarc Newson’s latest pieces riff on the timeworn metalworking craft.
  17. happenings
    A Book Launch Inspired by Studio 54Wendy Goodman’s dearest friends gathered in Soho to celebrate her new design book, May I Come In?.
  18. space of the week
    A Broadway Star Turns to FlowersRobbie Fairchild recently debuted his company, boo.kay NYC — and everything’s coming up roses (and peonies and lots more).
  19. space of the week
    An Airy Loft Inside a Former Church in Jersey CityA new life under Gothic vaults for designers Paul Melo and Tom Walko.
  20. space of the week
    In This Curator’s Apartment, Every Item Has a Life of Its OwnInside Pierre Apraxine’s West Village two-bedroom, filled with his eclectic and erudite collection of books, art, furniture, and artifacts.
  21. the cut portfolio
    The Art Stars of Entre NousInside the dining club that’s becoming a networking powerhouse for women of color in the art world.
  22. design hunting
    This Rooftop Pool Is a Taste of Palm Springs in SohoConstructing this pool atop a century-old factory required some madly complex work on the part of Raad Studio.
  23. space of the week
    A Tribeca Loft With African Touches and Lots of LightWhen an interior designer and her husband moved to New York, they found a huge apartment in a 19th-century building that was almost perfect.
  24. my favorite things
    Where the Founders of AphroChic Get Their Favorite Sheets, Ceramics, and Carpets“Carpet can be a unique way to bring cultural style home.”
  25. space of the week
    A Mid-Century Relic Gets a Modern, Functional RefreshAn apartment in a 1950s-era West Village building hadn’t been touched in decades. Architect Michael K. Chen opened it up and brought fresh light in.
  26. behind the scenes
    See the Extravagant Rockefeller Knickknacks That Are About to Go on AuctionPreview the poodles and Roman busts from Peggy and David Rockefeller’s townhouse and various country estates, available at Christie’s starting May 8.
  27. design hunting
    This Custom Closet Is Like a Walk-in Jewelry Box for an Entire WardrobeTour David Monn’s meticulously organized, 450-square-foot closet.
  28. design hunting
    A 19th-Century Brooklyn Townhouse Gets an Ultra-Mod RenovationThis Bed-Stuy home was remade with space-age bookcases and a stone plunge pool.
  29. design hunting
    Imagine If Your Apartment Was This FunEllen Van Dusen’s color-happy designs have become a millennial staple.
  30. gallery
    At Art Basel Miami, a Furniture Designer Explores the Female BodyIn Katie Stout’s furniture show, women assert ownership over their bodies.
  31. space of the week
    How Do You Renovate a Triangle-Shaped Apartment?Interior designer James Huniford recently took on the challenge.
  32. space of the week
    A Colorful Brooklyn Apartment, Designed Around a Baby GrandDesigner Rayman Boozer placed special emphasis on the owners’ piano, while using different wall coverings to define discrete areas.
  33. space of the week
    A Starter Studio Transformed Into a Chic Pied-à-TerreThis 450-square-foot Gramercy home is both minimalist crash pad and a place for meetings and entertaining.
  34. space of the week
    A Dream Duo Takes On the Best Room in the HouseA British bespoke-kitchen-design company teamed up with an interior designer to launch a delicious paint collection meant for the kitchen.
  35. gallery
    What Is ‘Freakebana’? A New Style of Arranging FlowersOff-the-wall floral designs where almost no object is too low, or high, to qualify.
  36. space of the week
    How to Live Large in a 350-Square-Foot StudioWhen writer Natasha Nyanin moved into an Upper West Side rental, she enlisted designer Nina Blair to transform and open up the diminutive space.
  37. space of the week
    Inside Cindy Adams’s Park Avenue Penthouse, Where Gossip Never SleepsThe columnist bought Doris Duke’s apartment 22 years ago, and even today the phone doesn’t stop ringing.
  38. space of the week
    Everything Sparks Joy in This Maximalist East Village HomeProfessional stylist-organizer Jeanie Engelbach has a penchant for Pez dispensers, cartoon figurines, and a lot more.
  39. design hunting
    A Sneak Peek at Queer Eye Season 3Interior design guru Bobby Berk shows us a fabulous pink pool table.
  40. fall design
    A Gilded Age Bedroom That Still Smells Like 1893The Players social club has a secret nook: where Edwin Booth, the actor and brother of Lincoln’s assassin, lived until his death.
  41. fall design
    A Park Avenue Apartment Where an Influential Decorator Left His MarkFrom the oxblood paint to the Gracie custom wallpaper, Mark Hampton’s presence is still alive and well.
  42. space of the week
    A Brooklyn Apartment Built Around the Family LibraryIn Rita Nakouzi and Touré’s renovated Fort Greene carriage house, a three-sided bookcase that doubles as a walk-in closet is the heart of the home.
  43. space of the week
    A Contemporary Hudson Valley Home Renovated With an Emphasis on TraditionBrooklyn-based interior-architecture firm General Assembly reinvigorated this 1970s post-and-beam.
  44. space of the week
    The Fashion-Designer-Turned-Baker Who Creates Feasts of FlowersNatasja Sadi is flourishing in her second career making lush sugar floral bouquets.
  45. space of the week
    A Photographer Finds Her Fantasy Warehouse Loft in BrooklynKelly Marshall and her husband, Dominic Sylvain, are enjoying the last days of their first apartment together.
  46. space of the week
    An Artsy Loft in a Former Garage in HudsonOnetime East Village antiques dealer John Eaton has made his home in an industrial space upstate.
  47. space of the week
    A Leafy Backyard Compound in BrooklynBehind the nondescript walls of a onetime shoe factory is a lush and peaceful garden shared by three families.
  48. space of the week
    Inside a Fashion Designer Turned Ceramicist’s ShowroomPeter Speliopoulos’s showroom in Long Island City reveals the full range of his artistic interests and endeavors.
  49. space of the week
    As Long As You’re Stuck in Your Apartment, Give Yourself a Story to LiveArtist Peter McGough has always insisted on living as if he’s in another era.
  50. design hunting
    12 Designers on the One Item That Makes Every Space Look Better“Trash bins are so underrated.”
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