- Wide open living space is hugely appealing, at least until you have to figure where to store your stuff, and how to separate the bedroom from the kitchen.
- These three interiors make oriented strand board (OSB), a cheap material made of wood fragments, look luxe.
- Holding the title of New York's most populated borough and second highest ranking city in the United States, Brooklyn has made quite a name for itself.
- Crunched for space, the residents of these homes—mostly under 1,000 square feet—have the same ideas: look upward and compartmentalize.
- An affordable city-living situation need not come to an end once children are in the picture; these five family apartments show how to make it work.
- Though often pushed to the wayside, the rooms belonging to the littlest members of the family need not be ignored. Our editors have combed through the archives to find some favorites from years past.
- Faced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight to his toolbox to craft a Nakashima-inspired interior.
- A renovation in Brooklyn proves that the secret to living in compact quarters lies in the details.