Patterned tile isn’t the only way to add drama to a bathroom: By combining muted-color tiles in two shapes — hexagonal and rectangular ($35 and $28 a square foot, from Fireclay Tile) — Megan Gilger of the blog Fresh Exchange created a Zen-like space with visual interest.
Shirley Nebb Hirsch is so attached to her childhood home in Middlesex, N.J., that she still gets choked up talking about it — even a decade after selling it.
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Using the Houzz app, shoppers can virtually hang true-to-scale paintings, mirrors and other wall décor in their homes.
Corbin Page, left, and Mo Shaikh founded Meridio, a Brooklyn-based company looking to introduce blockchain technology to the real estate market.
The right color, no matter how intense, focuses attention on the artwork. (A reproduction Goya painting pops against a wall painted in Beau Green from Benjamin Moore.)
When Eugenia Forteza and Mimi Klipstine lost a roommate, they decided to move from a three-bedroom to a two-bedroom in the same building in Washington Heights.
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Nikolai Fedak, 23, at work in his TriBeCa office on the website New York Yimby, which stands for Yes in My Back Yard. His satellite office is the street.
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