Fall is the perfect time to give your yard, garden or window boxes a seasonal refresh.
Figuring out where to squeeze central air conditioning in a century-old brownstone or townhouse can be perplexing even for the most seasoned renovators, especially when the original walls are remaining intact.
Interior designer Alissa Selling preserves the essence of the old Moon River space while updating it for a therapy practice.
The family-owned company Watermark Designs may be Brooklyn’s best kept secret of plumbing fixtures.
Raising chickens in a Brooklyn backyard is easier than you might think, say those who've done it.
Two seemingly opposite materials, concrete and moss, dominated this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
Planting fruits and vegetables in a typical compact and shady Brooklyn backyard with contaminated soil presents a challenge for urban gardeners.
Artist Susan Steinbrock started making her new collection of collages last winter while recovering from a broken knee.
Even the most basic deck requires permits and must adhere to strict code requirements to be legal in Brooklyn.
Though mostly hidden from view, solar panels are gracing more and more rooftops in Brooklyn, fueled by tax incentives and new technology that makes installation easier on flat townhouse roofs.