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    A Martha Stewart Editor’s Meticulously Organized OfficeConsistency and attention to detail are at the root of Darcy Miller’s success.
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    How to Retire on Both Coasts at OnceA visit to the Manhattan and Beverly Hills homes of Mark Lee, Broadway producer and former Barneys CEO.
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    A Sag Harbor Beach House That’s Suitable for All SeasonsWhen her clients wanted to create a year-round retreat, designer Delia Brennen outfitted the space in a seasonless black-and-white palette.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    An Interior Designer’s ‘Chic and Disorderly’ Dream Home“There is a general opinion that maximalism is about clutter, but everything in this apartment has its spot, and every object engages the eye.”
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    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.
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    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.
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    The Artist-Entrepreneur With a Keen Eye for NatureThe Museum of Arts and Design’s exhibition “Vera Paints a Scarf: The Art and Design of Vera Neumann” is a jubilant journey.
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    An Elegant Duplex Where Simple Moves Made a Big DifferenceThe owners of this lower-level unit in a Clinton Hill townhouse felt the developer’s tasteful renovation needed a tweak to jibe with their style.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    A 19th Century Park Slope Rowhouse Gets a Modern UpdateThis four-story home was gut renovated to bring in air and light and now features a sunken living room, a sculptural staircase, and a rooftop bar.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    A Greenwich Village Barbershop, Designed With an EdgeFour years in the making, the Kinsman features 100-year-old American oak details and vintage accents.
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    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.
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    A Fabric Artist’s Very Fuzzy Brooklyn StudioSarah Zapata’s Red Hook work space is adorned with her colorful yarn rugs.
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    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.
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    A School Turned Loft With an Egyptian Wing and a Grecian Guest RoomArtist Izhar Patkin turned the ground floor of an abandoned East Village public school into an apartment with giant murals and themed rooms.
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    Inside Kehinde Wiley’s New Cliffside Live-Work Compound in SenegalThis summer, the New York painter will open Black Rock Senegal, a combined home, studio space, and artist-in-residency program.
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    Design Hunting’s Dispatch From the Milan Furniture FairIt’s a race to be everywhere at once, taking in the plethora of events around the city. Design editor Wendy Goodman shares her favorite finds so far.
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    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.
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    Inside an Interior Designer’s Live-Work Noho LoftRayman Boozer moved into this one-bedroom four years ago, just as his interior-design firm, Apartment 48, was expanding.
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    A Spanking-New Dumbo Condo With Warmth and CharacterCaroline Grant and Dolores Suarez of Dekar Design turned this cookie-cutter apartment into a cheerful, cozy nest for a mother and her baby daughter.
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    A Gallery You Want to Come Home ToDavid Alhadeff lives in his new West Village venue, Casa Perfect.
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    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.”
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    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.
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    A Pared-Down Kitchen in Brooklyn That’s Fit for an English Country HousePlain English, the British bespoke-kitchen-design company, downsized a Georgian kitchen in a Crown Heights townhouse for the perfect fit.
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    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.
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    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.
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    A Spectacular Waterfront Apartment, Customized for a Young FamilyArchitect West Chin made this Dumbo home where the views provide live entertainment 24/7 even better for her clients.
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    An Adventurous Renovation for a Growing FamilyInterior designer Zach Motl took a bold approach decorating a classic prewar in Murray Hill in record time for clients expecting their first child.
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    A 19th-Century Brooklyn Townhouse With Beautiful BonesInterior designer Shanti Crawford renewed the grandeur of an 1860s Clinton Hill home for a family with young kids.
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    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.
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    A Reimagined Industrial Loft in Beacon With (Almost) No WallsAnd a tub that stares straight at the mountains.
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    A 1918 Studio Transformed Into a Modernist OasisThe renovation of this apartment in a Tudor-style building involved gutting everything except its spectacular original wood-burning fireplace.
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    A Modernist Apartment With Dazzling ViewsNancy and John Novogrod loved their Park Avenue home — until they discovered this classic ’60s gem overlooking the East River.
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    An Arty New Wallpaper Collaboration, Showcased in a 100-Year-Old TownhouseBill Blass creative director Chris Benz has put his collection with Wallshoppe on display in his Bedford-Stuyvesant home.
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    Rare Drawings From the Artist Behind Eloise Are Going Up for AuctionAhead of the once-in-a-lifetime sale of his work, Hilary Knight shares the story behind the painting of his fabled heroine.
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    A 19th-Century Firehouse Converted Into a Sleek, Modern HomeThe history of this three-story renovation in Boerum Hill starts with the Civil War and ends with a rooftop archery range and Japanese soaking tub.
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    An Architect’s Love for Nature and LightSteven Holl, famous for his behemoth buildings across the globe, gives us an intimate view into where his heart lies with his new book.
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    An Upper East Side Home With a Few Hidden AssetsDesign duo Fiona Sanipelli and Gregory Bugel took creative license to create a few surprises in this floor-through pied-à-terre.
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    A New Condo Building Steeped in Art Deco TraditionThe Fitzroy, Roman and Williams’s third from-the-ground-up project, reflects the city’s architectural history.
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    A Bachelor Pad Gets Ready for the FutureIn this gut renovation, two apartments became one freshly minted 4,000-square-foot, four-bedroom loft.
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