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Inside a Bright and Cheerful Renovation in Brooklyn

Tour envy-inducing homes, offices, gardens, and more with "New York" magazine’s Wendy Goodman, plus the latest in New York design events and deals.
Design Hunting

December 15, 2016

  • The Evolution of Carmen Herrera
    Carmen Herrera was 89 when she sold her first painting. Now, at age 101, the Cuban-American painter is having a career retrospective presented at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the first museum exhibition of her art in New York City in nearly two decades. The show traces the development of Herrera’s signature colorful style, with works dating from 1948 to 1978. More  ›
  • Zimbabwe in Harlem
    Multimedia artist Simone Leigh brings rural Zimbabwe to Harlem. In an installation for Harlem’s Studio Museum at Marcus Garvey Park, Leigh presents structures reminiscent of imba yokubikira (or kitchen houses) from the Shona-speaking areas of Africa’s 23rd largest country.
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  • A Historic Walk-Around
    In a part of the city where designer pop-up shops come and go in short bursts, it can sometimes feel as though tangible architectural connections to lower Manhattan’s past are few and far between. The Municipal Art Society of New York has the perfect remedy: a guided tour focusing on projects that highlight the area’s history. More ›
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Kitchen Drama

To sell or not to sell? That was the question filmmaker Mollie Goldstein asked herself after ten years of living in her steadily appreciating condo in Fort Greene. Then she decided to renovate, stay put, and enjoy the results. See More ›

The renovation scheme started with a swatch of Hygge & West wallpaper.

Mollie's Wedgwood tea set is now prominently on display in the kitchen.

The bathroom redo reflects Mollie’s love of contrasting patterns.

The Best Bet

Fancy Table Runners

These color-block table runners, available at interior designer Susana Simonpietri's new home-goods boutique and design studio in Williamsburg, are 100 percent cotton but look like linen. More  ›

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