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We must admit, we’re always impressed by the various ways people manage to make life here—in one of the most expensive places in the country—work for them. Thus, we find ourselves in awe of Shelby and Tron, curators of Bushwick space Boswijk (the original Dutch name for Bushwick), a giant loft which the duo rent out as a living space and for film and photography shoots. Originally, the loft was philosophically cluttered (at least,...
Brooklyn might not seem like the ideal place to build a treehouse; it’s rare enough for homes to have backyards, let alone enough space to, like, literally branch out. But tucked away behind the Carroll Gardens home of Gennaro Brooks-Church, founder of eco-conscious contracting and design company Eco Brooklyn, is an elaborate two-story treehouse, made entirely of reclaimed and scavenged materials, including wood from an old water tower. The beauty of this space, all...
Located in East Williamsburg, The Urban Cowboy is a bed-and-breakfast that seems more like it belongs in… we don’t know, where do cowboys even exist anymore? Montana? Sure. But also, this place is so firmly Brooklyn circa now, not least because of the kitschy names given to each of its rooms (think: Dream Catcher and Vision Quest), and the fact that the owner is the kind of guy who has earnestly described Williamsburg as...
It’s been more than a hundred years since Nietzsche declared that God is dead, but it’s taken a while for Brooklyn real estate to catch up. What we’re trying to say is that converted churches have become pretty prime design opportunities in the last few years, and a perfect example of this is the Cobble Hill apartment of home design-focused LABLstudio’s Ali Levin, housed as it is in a converted Gothic-style church, built in...

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