Author: Kazafi

A DIY Demo Finally Gets a True Remodel

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[ad_1] A bathroom spruces up from puzzle to solution Project: Add a shower and update a half-bath/laundry room in Manhattan’s Financial District Before: Back in 1996, Elizabeth purchased a loft in a circa 1908 building in the Financial District. She gutted and renovated the 3-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom apartment except for the half-bath, which included a full-size washer and […]

A Bathroom Desperately Seeking Storage

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[ad_1] A Brooklyn bathroom gets an update—and radiant floors Project: Add square footage and storage to a master bathroom in Brooklyn Before: Sari, a post producer for television commercials, bought a one-bedroom condo in a 45-unit building in the Crown Heights/Prospect Heights neighborhood four years ago. She loved the location and feel of the apartment […]

A Bathroom Restores Its Prewar Beauty

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[ad_1] Tile and gold finishes reveal old-school charm in Manhattan Project: Reverse a bathroom’s outdated look on the Upper West Side Before: Leah, a lawyer in the finance industry, bought her prewar one-bedroom apartment on the Upper West Side in 2007. She spent almost three years living in the apartment before embarking on a kitchen renovation […]

A Team Effort on a Bathroom

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[ad_1] Jen and Luke reinvent a Harlem bath with (many) helping hands Project: Turning a leaky bathroom into a modern space in Harlem Before: The condo Jen and Luke purchased two years ago was in move-in condition. It had everything they needed, including the extras—central air, washer and dryer, dishwasher, ice maker, and garbage disposal. But, […]

A Grimy Bathroom Cleans Up Nicely

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[ad_1] A soothing white palette leads the way in this refresh Project: A rip-and-replace bathroom in Yorkville, Manhattan Before: Deborah purchased this 1-bed, 1-bath co-op apartment and within a year, she could no longer live with the old, grimy tiles and outdated look, so she turned to Sweeten. Her Sweeten design-build firm went to work […]

Material Interiors Exhibition by Radnor

Material Interiors Exhibition by Radnor

[ad_1] Material Interiors is an installation going on at The Bryant, David Chipperfield Architects’ new luxury building overlooking Bryant Park, presented by Radnor. The exhibition is taking place during New York Design Month that will launch the inaugural Radnor Made collection and introduce new works by Radnor represented designers. The space, a two-bedroom residence, is the first residential […]

Milan Design Week 2018: Wellness & Wonder at Wallpaper* Handmade

Milan Design Week 2018: Wellness & Wonder at Wallpaper* Handmade

[ad_1] Embracing the trend for wellness that is sweeping the design industry, Wallpaper* Handmade’s theme for their annual Milan showcase of craft and making was Wellness & Wonder with designers briefed to create ‘restorative treats’ that were ‘dedicated to balancing the beauty without and within’ for exhausted visitors to Milan Design Week. The exhibition was […]

Art Quarterly No.3.2 from Society6

Art Quarterly No.3.2 from Society6

[ad_1] The latest issue of the Art Quarterly 3.2 from Society6 is now available! This issue features 195 unique original works from 25 Society6 artists and, when you flip the magazine over, you get the second issue of Flipside, a themed art zine featuring 26 new original anaglyph works and accompanying 3D glasses to check […]

ROAM Introduces First Online Customizable Luggage

ROAM Introduces First Online Customizable Luggage

[ad_1] Founded by two former Tumi executives, ROAM launches as the first luggage brand introducing a level of made-to-order, online personalization previously unseen, allowing travelers to customize their luggage so they never get lost amongst the procession of me-too designs popping out onto the airport carousel. Customers are invited to make their ROAM polycarbonate shell […]