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An Artsy Loft in a Former Garage in Hudson Onetime East Village antiques dealer John Eaton has made his home in an industrial space upstate.
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The Fabric of a Textile Designer’s Life Anmy Leuthold recently launched a new business in Woodstock, where she and her husband have been restoring an old carriage house and a barn.
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A Floating Home-Away-From-Home Lyndsay Caleo Karol and Fitzhugh Karol’s getaway boat, Lucy, sleeps eight and is moored at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
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An Interior Designer’s Mighty Home Makeover Beth Diana Smith left the corporate world to pursue her passion for design. Her home décor illustrates why that was a great idea.
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An Airy Loft Inside a Former Church in Jersey City A new life under Gothic vaults for designers Paul Melo and Tom Walko.
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Home Is Where This Designer’s Art Is Edward Wilkerson lives among a sophisticated palette of black and white, photos and art, and pieces he’s collected while traveling the world.
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A Roundup of New York Design News Three things to check out this week.
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Transforming a 1980s Time Capsule Interior designer Leyden Lewis turned a dated high-rise apartment in midtown into a livable modern gallery.
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The Black Media Mogul Who Changed History John H. Johnson, founder of Ebony and Jet magazines, created his empire against all odds.
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A Leafy Backyard Compound in Brooklyn Behind the nondescript walls of a onetime shoe factory is a lush and peaceful garden shared by three families.
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The Artist Reimagining What Home Looks Like for Black Families Malene Barnett, founder of Black Artists and Designers Guild, is building a virtual concept house that highlights the work of black designers.
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A Designer’s Alfresco Escape in Brooklyn During the summer months, Robert Farrell retreats to the outdoor garden room he spent decades cultivating.
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A Textile Designer’s At-Home Treasures Clare Louise Frost is quarantined in her Brooklyn apartment, surrounded by Moroccan serving bowls and Afghan trunks.
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In This Curator’s Apartment, Every Item Has a Life of Its Own Inside Pierre Apraxine’s West Village two-bedroom, filled with his eclectic and erudite collection of books, art, furniture, and artifacts.