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Apt 2B Baking Co.
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BakeryHomeowner: Yossy Arefi-Afshar of New York CityYossy Arefi-Afshar loves to bake, and refuses to let her tiny New York kitchen stop her. Although she's learned
bakeryHomeowner: Yossy Arefi-Afshar of New York City, USAYossy Arefi-Afshar loves to bake, and refuses to let her tiny New York kitchen stop her. Although she’s
This New York blogger gets creative in the kitchen of her small rental, often pulling
“Small kitchen I like it” — mareeyam
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House of Clement
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art, if not a giant cartoon? We can’t say for sure if the artwork in this New York room, by House of Clement, is indeed a Roy Lichtenstein piece, but it certainly
art, if not a giant cartoon? We can’t say for sure if the artwork in this New York room, by House of Clement, is indeed a Roy Lichtenstein piece, but it certainly
“Lamps” — ilove.furniture
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Isobel Schofield
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here: Shoemaker Isobel Schofield and her dog, BillieLocation: Brooklyn, New YorkThe abundant charm of this home makes visitors forget they’re in an apartment
here: Shoemaker Isobel Schofield and her dog BillieLocation: Brooklyn, New York, USThe abundant charm of this home makes visitors forget they’re in an
“Clogs,clogs,clogs” — Julia Rossiter
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Stockholm, Sweden
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of an Ikea sofabed in a small family room. The couple found the print of New York City at an art fair at the nearby School of Art in Stockholm. A vintage
canapé Ikea dans ce coin détente. Le couple a trouvé l’affiche représentant New York à la foire d’art contemporain de l’École d’Art de Stockholm. Le luminaire
an IKEA sofa bed in a small family room. The couple found the print of New York City at an art fair at the nearby School of Art in Stockholm. A vintage
“Sofabed” — psulmni
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
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"There were books and magazines of mine that we had moved to Michigan, to New York City and then across the country to Washington. It seemed quite silly,
J’avais des livres et des magazines que nous avons déménagés du Michigan à New York et à travers tout le pays jusqu’à Washington. Cela semble plutôt idiot
‘There were books and magazines of mine that we had moved to Michigan, to New York City and then across the country to Washington. It seemed quite silly,
“There were books and magazines of mine that we had moved to Michigan, to New York City and then across the country to Washington. It seemed quite silly,
“small space” — Terry Hooper
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Crane Residence NYC
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CraneLocation: New York CitySize: 500 square feet (46½ square meters), 1 lofted bedroom, 1 bathroomYear completed: 2013Like many New York apartments of
Read up on current eventsYou may not have access to The New York Times at a newspaper stand on your way to work just yet, but you can read
“Clean modern but newified” — redroseofgrace
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
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Port Washington Residence
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impression of greater height. Steel beams are capped with reclaimed wood from New York City brownstones. "The rich quality of the wood adds a lot to the space
sliding-glass door that opens onto a Juliet balcony. Sofa: Link, Suite New York; cocktail table: LNA, Holly Hunt; rug: Lepere; console: Frank, B&B
Narofsky brought in reclaimed wood from New York City brownstones for the ceiling. Its beauty and texture allowed him to
“Потолок под дерево” — Владимир Христофоров
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Rectangle
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I have a new purple(bordauex) sectional,teal verticals and teal carpet..
His return to New YorkIn 1937, Noguchi again returned to New York, where he began work in a studio in Greenwich Village
pieces of art, sculpture and public works and cemented his reputation on the New York art scene. In 1939 Noguchi designed a rosewood and glass table for the
“fireplace wall” — Michelle Gao
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