It's hard to believe that we just had the first day of spring when Brooklyn Heights currently looks like a shaken snow globe.
Figuring out the best layout and furniture placement in the long, narrow parlor of a traditional brownstone or townhouse can be perplexing, even for the most design-savvy homeowner.
From dealing with strollers to limited closet space, professional organizers share their top tips for overcoming the organizational challenges of brownstone living.
A passion for the polish of an earlier era lifts the spirits of its longtime resident.
Lighting a brownstone or row house presents a unique challenge.
To paint or not to paint original woodwork is a perennial question for those who live in or renovate old homes.
Adding a rear wall of windows is often the first move architects recommend to turn a dark, cavernous row house into a bright and airy living space.
With the sun ready to set on summer, we take a look back at some of the Brooklyn scenes captured by photographers during this warm weather season.
The imposing brownstone on Washington Park opposite Fort Greene Park is one of a row of Italianate houses built around 1870.
With the summer season now in full swing we look back to see what photographers were capturing in June as the delicate blooms of spring trees gave way to lushly leafed out foliage.