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An Old-Fashioned Fixer-Upper

A designer and his husband fell in love with an alluring 1922 Colonial in Bronxville that they knew needed work — they just didn’t know how much.

By Wendy Goodman and Genevieve Garruppo

Playful Glamour With Graphic Content

Interior designer Jessica Ayromloo combined a clean, contemporary black-and-white palette with a side of color and a riff on Memphis design.

By Wendy Goodman and Annie Schlechter

The Minimalist Melting Pot

A Clinton Hill townhouse that mixes pared-down design with a blend of cultural influences.

By Wendy Goodman

The Old Bread Factory

It’s not often that a renovation, even a gut, entails this dramatic a change.

By Wendy Goodman

Anatomy of a Show House

The challenge: Turn a blank slate into a high-design home. In eight weeks. For charity. Two designers explain their creative processes.

By Wendy Goodman

A Showroom to Call Home

Danish Brand Vipp’s third-generation owners live in a loft with their wares on display.

By Wendy Goodman

A Design Binge in Italy

This year’s Salone del Mobile was the most energized, bountiful, and populated of design happenings in recent memory.

By Wendy Goodman

Walls That Speak

“Rooms can become livable works of art,” says Doug Meyer.

By Wendy Goodman and Annie Schlechter

‘Litchenstein’ in the Kitchen

While the goal was to highlight the clients’ art collection, the designers didn’t want to “create a typical white-box Chelsea-gallery aesthetic.”

By Wendy Goodman and Stephen Kent Johnson

The Rockefeller Knickknacks

Preview the poodles and Roman busts from Peggy and David Rockefeller’s townhouse and various country estates, available at Christie’s starting May 8.

By Wendy Goodman and Bobby Doherty

Keeping the Piece

Designer Laura Santos decorated a Tribeca apartment for clients who played up the previous owners’ wood-centric architecture.

By Wendy Goodman and Don Freeman

John Derian’s Expanding Universe

Rugs, furniture, fabric, and wall coverings are all on plentiful display in John Derian’s newest digs, where what’s old is new again.

By Wendy Goodman