January 2018

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Decorator Sam Allen Is Given a Designer's Dream: A Blank Slate and Creative Freedom

Decorator Sam Allen Is Given a Designer's Dream: A Blank Slate and Creative Freedom

Once they found their new house in Ridgefield, Craig and Erin Dempster devised a family motto: "Nothing comes with us."
Tour a New Old House with Southern Style in Litchfield County

Tour a New Old House with Southern Style in Litchfield County

Birmingham designer Tammy Connor gives this Connecticut home a dose of Southern hospitality.
East Coast Traditional Meets West Coast Contemporary in This Transformed Greenwich Home

East Coast Traditional Meets West Coast Contemporary in This Transformed Greenwich Home

On the outside, it looks like a traditional Cotswolds cottage—ivy included—on the inside, it’s anything but.
A New Canaan Colonial with Famous Modern Neighbors Asks $6M

A New Canaan Colonial with Famous Modern Neighbors Asks $6M

This newly constructed home pairs a traditional exterior with modern interiors.
Midcentury John Black Lee Designed Homes List in New Canaan

Midcentury John Black Lee Designed Homes List in New Canaan

The architect, sometimes referred to as the sixth of the Harvard Five, designed one-of-a-kind houses.
First Look: What's New in Kitchen Design and Technology

First Look: What's New in Kitchen Design and Technology

A sneak peek at the latest appliances, surfaces, and fixtures you need in your kitchen.
Meet Some of the Winners of the 2017 HOBI Awards

Meet Some of the Winners of the 2017 HOBI Awards

The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Connecticut's Home Building Industry Awards (the HOBIs) honor talented builders and remodelers–those often-behind-the-scenes folks who are essential in bringing a vision to fruition.
A Westport Home That Puts Food At the Forefront Asks $3.975M

A Westport Home That Puts Food At the Forefront Asks $3.975M

The kitchen in this Old Hill neighborhood home is as stylish as it is hardworking.
Behind the Cover with Connecticut Stone

Behind the Cover with Connecticut Stone

C&G TV takes you behind the scenes with designer Amy Zolin, architect Andrew Bartolotta and Connecticut Stone’s Tyra Dellacroce to experience the unexpected ways stone can transform great design. Join us as we visit Maple Hill Farm, the 50-acre property in Redding that graced the cover of the September 2016 issue of CTC&G. #MadeInConnecticutStone
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