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A Caf Remodel Rolls Back Time

A Caf Remodel Rolls Back Time

Among layers of design, a spot to eat, drink, and ponder opens Owner Mike Stamatelos felt a space to decompress from the outside world was needed and, as his debut in hospitality, opened Porcelain in the Queens, New York neighborhood of Ridgew.. Read More →

A Kensington Kitchen Finds Its Rhythm

A Kensington Kitchen Finds Its Rhythm

Sixties-era appliances are finally replaced Project: Revamp an outdated kitchen in Kensington, Brooklyn Before: Racquel scored a deal when she found her 800-square-foot co-op in an estate sale, though she knew the kitchen (that hadnt .. Read More →

Renovating a “Handyman Special” in Queens, NY

Renovating a “Handyman Special” in Queens, NY

A couple opts for the fresh and bright for a lasting look If you want to have your way with a New York City apartment, handyman special is the phrase to look for in the listings. And thats exactly what our discreet homeownerswell call them MR .. Read More →

A Second Chance for a Manhattan Apartment

A Second Chance for a Manhattan Apartment

A new layout reveals a design that is just right When Ting and S. moved back to their New York co-op after four years of living abroad, Ting, an architect, had an opportunity to remodel the fixer-upper they had been renting out. They now had a.. Read More →

A Sleek Interior for a Simple 1920s House

A Sleek Interior for a Simple 1920s House

Keeping the same layout, a remodel spins a dramatic new look. These homeowners saw an opportunity when they happened on this modest 1920 house in Midwood, Brooklyn. The 1,200-square-foot single-family, clad in faux-brick, was dated, lacked the.. Read More →

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