Here’s a look at our own Brooklyn townhouse, which we fully renovated & renovated five years ago. A traditional home, built in 1909, to which we added modern features while maintaining the home’s historic feel. We have since sold the

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These oatmeal bars are satisfying, not too sweet, and are simple to make in large batches. They store well for a quick & easy breakfast or snack on the go. Make sure to not over-bake if you prefer a chewier

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March 9, 2015

To Catch a Dream

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New for Spring at BrooklynThread – an updated version of our Crochet Dream Catcher, handmade by the Easter Days, exclusively for BrooklynThread. Woven with earthy hues of sand, gray, cream and white, incorporating lace, linen, silk and feathers. via The

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March 6, 2015

DIY Agate Air Planter

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We have a fun guest post today from Suzannah of Truly Unruly. Suzannah used BrooklynThread Agate Stone Candleholders to create agate air planters. I’m so excited to share this fun DIY project with you. Even if you’re not crafty, this

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March 2, 2015

Fruit Hamantaschen

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We recently experimented with Leah Koenig’s Hamantaschen recipe from her new cookbook, Modern Jewish Cooking: Recipes & Customs for Today’s Kitchen. While we are not Jewish, we can appreciate other cultures, especially their traditions, which includes their food. Leah’s original

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We recently collaborated with one of our favorite fashion bloggers – Kat, of Love & Ace. Kat recently moved to Boston and gave us a peek into her new apartment with an amazing view. Thank you Kat for spending your

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What better way to celebrate the close of an amazing Summer than with a rosé soirée. Gather an assortment of various rosés, a fun group of wine and cocktail lovers and take advantage of the cooler climate with an outdoor (or indoor)

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It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with my pup, Cash. He’s with me in the office all day so I spend a lot of time with him. Cash, a 3 year-old pitbull, needs a lot of exercise to satisfy his

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Summer cherries add a fun twist to a classic gin and tonic. These are roasted in the oven, muddled in agave nectar and added to our classic cocktail base. (full recipe below)  ROASTED CHERRY GIN & TONIC (yields 2 servings)

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Summer is in full swing which means strawberries are plentiful. I bring home a basket of strawberries daily and incorporate them into virtually every type of meal. Strawberry crostini with goat cheese, balsamic and basil is the perfect sweet Summer

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