Jewel tones, lush textures, and 1920s-inspired patterns are having a moment.
In an 1890s Bed Stuy row house with exceptional details and furnishings that span three centuries, there is nothing that is not of decorative or historic interest.
Artist and designer Kathryn Scott conjures serene and elegant spaces in her own home and for clients through restraint and attention to detail.
Tourists and locals alike enjoy one of the greatest views in the entire city from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
Sweet potatoes are versatile in a way that makes the dish both sweet and spicy.
After years of working in a number of Manhattan restaurants mostly cooking Italian food, Blechman opened Miss Ada, his first restaurant, in May, 2017.
The humble wood frame house doesn’t always get as much love as the iconic brownstone in Brooklyn, but that’s starting to change as preservation-minded owners restore them across the borough.
The Trinidadian-born artist, who lives in Brooklyn, has taken the famous bridge as the inspiration for much of his new work at a recent solo exhibition at the LAND Gallery.
The recently published book, titled “Deana Lawson: An Aperture Monograph,” includes work photographed in both Brooklyn and beyond.
A book of her photographs, first published in 2008, was reissued in September by Brooklyn-based publisher powerHouse Books.