A home’s history is just as much an accessory or statement as the furniture it holds and the occupants it hosts.
TV shows about real estate like to focus on the logistical side of housing, but a home’s character and design can be just as influential in a house search as the location and size.
In a sleepy pocket of Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood near the East River, Joe and Kelly McGuier enjoy the quiet of their apartment in an early 1920s rowhouse typical of the changing area.
For a Swedish couple with a modern Scandinavian sensibility, purchasing a historic home in Stockholm with details from another era meant respecting what came before while adding their own touches.
After a long holiday weekend, I found myself slow to get back into the hourly routine of social media and email-checking.
This past year has included more big life moments and change than I could have ever predicted, but all of which I am incredibly thankful for.
I can never find the perfect table decorations for Thanksgiving. Since Thanksgiving is just a day away (it definitely snuck up on me!
In a converted shoe factory loft from the turn of the century, Emma Fried-Cassorla and James Healy make a 600-square-foot studio in the Callowhill neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA their home.
This Thanksgiving will be the first I’m spending away from Virginia (we’re having both of our families at our house for the first time!
As much as homes protect people, people, in turn, protect homes. Over time, the elements of nature have a way of transforming an abandoned home into shambles.
If you ask any successful businessperson how they got started in their field, many will answer with: by just starting.
In over a year of interviewing business-owners and entrepreneurs, I’ve found that most of them dread and vacillate over the same thing: the paperwork, contracts, accounting and legal considerations that come with running a business.
[Editor’s note: This is the second installment of our new essay series curated by Ashley C. Ford. We’re so happy to welcome Mariya Karimjee today.
Austrian-born Igor Josifovic of Happy Interior Blog was on the hunt for his first home in Munich, Germany when a certain listing caught his eye.
After growing up on the East Coast, Emily Grosvenor, the voice behind the indie perfuming blog Pioneer Perfume, moved to the charming and ever-fragrant state of Oregon.
Airports aren’t known as the most promising sites for real estate deals, but for Amy Chaplin and Jacqui Kravetz, that was where they first discovered the apartment that would become their East Village, NYC home.
The transition of renting to owning a home is at once exciting and daunting. As someone who is embarking on that journey right now, I love to dream about the possibilities my very own home can bring, in terms of decorating and renovating.
Recently, I snagged what I thought was a fabulous find: a mossy-green, flocked, baroque mirror! The second I got it home, however, I realized there was not a single good spot for it in my apartment.
Brandi Harper, owner of the natural knitwear brand purlBknit, lives and works on the top floor of a charming but sinking Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn brownstone.
When I was in high school, I came across my first art teacher who seemed to fit what I now think of as that classic art teacher style.