A walk through the second Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse takes you on a journey through a wide range of design styles.
Co-chaired by Ellen Hamilton and Erika Belsey Worth, the event, whose proceeds benefit the Brooklyn Heights Association, will run from September 27 to November 3.
ICFF is one of the year’s biggest design events and the anchor of New York Design Week, with exhibitors from all over the world.
An original staircase and new built-in bookcase create strong architectural focal points when you enter the house.
May is design month and for Brooklynites looking to refresh or renovate their living spaces there are plenty of inspiring options to check out.
From jewel-toned velvets and brightly colored tile to curved furniture and archways, the stark minimalist spaces of the last decade are ceding ground to warmer, more luxurious design.
Plaster walls with a mottled texture are increasingly popping up in brownstone renovations -- from powder rooms to kitchens to accent walls.
Original doors are the focal point of a brownstone or row house facade, but many have been damaged or lost over the years.
A sculptor by training, Andrej Urem started making candles five years ago in a 100-square-foot studio in Gowanus.
Though more high-end renovations are including them, elevators are still a rarity in brownstone Brooklyn, even in neighborhoods with multiple renovations on each block.