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Shopping for Decorative Bowls

Shopping for Decorative Bowls

Whether they’re holding fruit, mail or nothing at all, decorative bowls add visual interest to a room. (The Echasse bowl by Theresa Arns, above, is about $300 at MenuDesignShop.)

The How-on-Earth Garden

The How-on-Earth Garden

David Kelly on the rooftop terrace he designed and planted for a $22.5 million duplex apartment in TriBeCa. Among the concepts: The trees look as if they were growing from the earth. Twenty tons of soil helped make that possible.

The New Retirement: Near the Kids

The New Retirement: Near the Kids

Stefano Ukmar for The New York Times

Mixing Generations and Styles in the Hamptons

Mixing Generations and Styles in the Hamptons

Eric Striffler for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

Brett Gundlock for The New York Times

Finding Washington Heights

Finding Washington Heights

Dominque Browning’s building, the Riviera.

Need More Space? Deciding to Fix Up or Trade Up

Need More Space? Deciding to Fix Up or Trade Up

Stefano Ukmar for The New York Times

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two half-floor sponsor units on the 91st floor of 432 Park Avenue sold to an unknown buyer for $60 million. This was New York City’s most expensive closed sale in January, according to property records.

A Blockchain Building in Bushwick

A Blockchain Building in Bushwick

Corbin Page, left, and Mo Shaikh founded Meridio, a Brooklyn-based company looking to introduce blockchain technology to the real estate market.

David Adjaye Designs a Tower for the Financial District

David Adjaye Designs a Tower for the Financial District

David Adjaye, the architect best known for designing the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, wanted his tower at 130 William Street to reflect the area’s history.

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Some single New Yorkers prefer to travel for romance. Dating someone in their neighborhood — or worse still, their building — they’ll tell you, is just asking for trouble.

House Hunting in … Belize

House Hunting in … Belize

Benedict Kim for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Italy

House Hunting in … Italy

Andrea Wyner for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Portugal

House Hunting in … Portugal

Andre Goncalves for The New York Times

Living in Color

Living in Color

Roberta Freymann, who created the lifestyle brand Roberta Roller Rabbit, prefers bright paint colors for her rooms because she believes they boost productivity and creativity.


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