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The Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It’s Neutral?

The Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It’s Neutral?

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.)

House Hunting in … Austria

House Hunting in … Austria

Franz Neumayr for The New York Times

Hotel Belleclaire: A Dowager on the Rise

Hotel Belleclaire: A Dowager on the Rise

Brad Dickson for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Israel

House Hunting in … Israel

Tzachi Ostrovsky for The New York Times

The Underground Apartment Market

The Underground Apartment Market

Stefano Ukmar for The New York Times

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.

Interest in Court Square Condo Spikes Thanks to Amazon

Interest in Court Square Condo Spikes Thanks to Amazon

Skyline Tower is being built across from the former Citicorp building in Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon has leased one million square feet of space.

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

Brad Dickson for The New York Times

Feeding the Financial District

Feeding the Financial District

Peter Poulakakos owns no fewer than 10 restaurants south of Chambers Street, and he has several other projects in the works, including the Pier A Harbor House, which overlooks the Hudson River in Battery Park.

Dogs and Cats and Decorating: It’s Easier Than You Think

Dogs and Cats and Decorating: It’s Easier Than You Think

One way to make your home pet-friendly without sacrificing style is to use fabrics that hide dirt, like this Bunny Williams throw, designed in collaboration with Annie Selke.


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