Curbed gets down to the studs in our hallmark series, Renovation Diary, where we follow a homeowner's remodeling journey from dream to reality. This multi-part series explores every facet of a home renovation project, from inspiration board to budget planning to real estate hunt to demolition to the big reveal.
Check out this video for home renovation tips and tricks from a new New York homeowner.
"Among homebuyers and renovators, we know we are the lucky ones."
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City people Mark Goff and Phillip Engel couldn't resist the extreme fixer-upper they found in California wine country
"It was a little bit over budget, but we were too deliriously happy about the open kitchen to mind."
Curbed’s Renovation Diary series is back! This year, a first-time homebuyer chronicles all the nitty-gritty of buying and remodeling a house in Ridgewood.
In this year’s installment of Curbed’s Renovation Diary series, a first-time home buyer goes from demolition to dream home in Queens.
In the fourth installment of our 2016 Renovation Diary series, Mark Goff and Phillip Engel have their DIY smarts challenged by ceiling tile in a master bathroom.
This week, in the second installment of our 2016 Renovation Diary, the pair describes the joy and the frustration of bringing the decrepit home back to life, a process Goff fully details in his blog, 227NorthStreet.
City people Mark Goff and Phillip Engel couldn't resist the extreme fixer-upper they found in California wine country. As our Renovation Diary series begins, the couple dive right in to their life-changing home renovation project.
A tour of Brent Allen Buck's newly renovated Brooklyn brownstone
The thought of creating a warm, functional kitchen was a driving force behind the renovation
The driving idea behind the brownstone renovation was to design it so that it could one day be net-zero energy
Dead birds, water damage, and demolition
The goal of the design was to allow a conversation between traditional details and contemporary design