The vogue for natural woodwork with a clear finish peaked in the late Victorian era and has enjoyed many revivals since.
Brooklyn designers are feeling the 1940s in rooms and objects with curves, facets, fringe and velvet.
When entrepreneur and musician Kim Hill opened the boutique on Tompkins Avenue, she was in a predicament.
Photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb collaborate on a book paying homage to the borough.
History has become an important part of the reopening of Gage & Tollner.
Seven years after its author's death, the 1972 book “Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House” returns in a new and expanded edition.
Find it in homes, supermarkets, brokerages, cafes, banks and retailers across the borough.
“Fearless” is how one of the homeowners describes its freewheeling style.
The old light fixtures we see so often in Brooklyn townhouses that we think are original to the building are quite often early electric lights or mid 20th century chandeliers.
Inspired by the Caribbean, an artist’s Bed Stuy home was a chance to start fresh and create a modern space.