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Weekly Wrap-Up: Metro Stop

Everyone’s always going into the woods, heading for the beach, or beelining for the lake come summer, but truth be told, city life between the months of June and September can be quite magical. Thinning crowds, easier parking, and outdoor concerts—just three of many reasons to stay put in the city. Our sister sites honored creatives and designers in metropolises such as New York City and London with a week of urban inspiration. Here’s what caught our eye.

An 1890 Park Slope, Brooklyn, townhouse was given a respectful and smart rehab, including a glamorous new kitchen (on a budget). We especially love the soft palette and the combination of open and closed shelving in the space. See Rehab Diary: Monochromatic Luxe in Park Slope. Photograph by Nicole Franzen.
Above: An 1890 Park Slope, Brooklyn, townhouse was given a respectful and smart rehab, including a glamorous new kitchen (on a budget). We especially love the soft palette and the combination of open and closed shelving in the space. See Rehab Diary: Monochromatic Luxe in Park Slope. Photograph by Nicole Franzen.
Space Exploration White Wood Modern Kitchen
Above: Another Brooklyn kitchen, this one in Sunset Park. Learn how to replicate its style in Steal This Look: A Semi-Custom Kitchen in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park. Photograph by and courtesy of Space Exploration.
 A white Dornbracht faucet and Corian countertops with an integrated drainboard contribute to the sophisticated, streamlined style in this London kitchen. See Wabi-Sabi in London: A Modest yet Monumental House by Takero Shimazaki. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House.
Above: A white Dornbracht faucet and Corian countertops with an integrated drainboard contribute to the sophisticated, streamlined style in this London kitchen. See Wabi-Sabi in London: A Modest yet Monumental House by Takero Shimazaki. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House.

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