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Trending on Remodelista: City or Country—Which Would You Choose?

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Trending on Remodelista: City or Country—Which Would You Choose?

October 23, 2020

The perennial question: Which is better? Living in a bustling city or the tranquil country? Remodelista found evidence to support both sides this week.

In the Country

One of the beautiful rooms featured in Lisa Przystup&#8\2\17;s new book, Upstate: Living Spaces with Space to Live. Annie gives us a preview in Required Reading: Heading ‘Upstate’.
Above: One of the beautiful rooms featured in Lisa Przystup’s new book, Upstate: Living Spaces with Space to LiveAnnie gives us a preview in Required Reading: Heading ‘Upstate’.
One of our favorite farmhouse kitchens ever. Photograph by Dana Gallagher, styling by Hilary Robertson, from Steal This Look: An Antique Dealer’s DIY Kitchen, Painted Checkerboard Floor Included.
Above: One of our favorite farmhouse kitchens ever. Photograph by Dana Gallagher, styling by Hilary Robertson, from Steal This Look: An Antique Dealer’s DIY Kitchen, Painted Checkerboard Floor Included.

In the City

A classic pre-war New York City apartment, expertly decorated. See it in Quiet, Please: A Stylish Apartment in Bustling Jackson Heights, Queens. Photograph by Eric Piasecki.
Above: A classic pre-war New York City apartment, expertly decorated. See it in Quiet, Please: A Stylish Apartment in Bustling Jackson Heights, Queens. Photograph by Eric Piasecki.
A long and lean house Park Slope house gets a functional and bright kitchen in Kitchen of the Week: A Bright Addition with a “Pantry Portal” for a Narrow Townhouse in Brooklyn. Photograph by Nicole Franzen, courtesy of Bangia Agostinho.
Above: A long and lean house Park Slope house gets a functional and bright kitchen in Kitchen of the Week: A Bright Addition with a “Pantry Portal” for a Narrow Townhouse in Brooklyn. Photograph by Nicole Franzen, courtesy of Bangia Agostinho.

A Bit of Both

This home is situated in the bustling historic district of Mérida, but step inside its doors, and you&#8\2\17;re transported into a light and airy sanctuary. Photograph by Apertura Arquitectónica, courtesy of Taller Estilo Arquitectura, from Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida.
Above: This home is situated in the bustling historic district of Mérida, but step inside its doors, and you’re transported into a light and airy sanctuary. Photograph by Apertura Arquitectónica, courtesy of Taller Estilo Arquitectura, from Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida.

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