The stunning home impresses on it’s own, but it helps that it has a presidential seal of approval behind it.
Located in semi-seclusion at the end of a private dock, the 3,500-square-foot property sits on 2.3 acres of manicured land overlooking Wainscott Pond.
According to 6sqft, Behar's cozy new digs come with two bedrooms and the option for a third. The 1,314-square-foot home comes with a private balcony that overlooks "a slice of Central Park."
Its bold exterior combines glass with wood paneling in a contemporary way.
The rock n’ roll icon is “Never Going Back Again” to his heavenly Hawaii home.
The clients wanted the house to fit in the vernacular of Connecticut but with a younger outlook.
“Billy Baldwin: The Great American Decorator [by Adam Lewis, 2010; Rizzoli]. His impeccable eye for color, pattern, and scale are all on display, in addition to transcripts from his lectures at the Cooper-Hewitt, which are surprisingly pragmatic and quite funny!” —Nick Olsen, interior designer
On October 16, at Rockefeller Center’s famous Rainbow Room, NYC&G presented its fifth annual Innovation in Design Awards (IDAs), celebrating the best regional projects in the categories of architecture and interior, small space, garden, kitchen, bath, and product design. The finalists had been selected just a month before by our distinguished panel of judges—architect and designer Alison Spear, textile designer Judy Ross, and interior designers Caleb Anderson and Matthew Patrick Smyth—who convened at the Country Floors showroom in Manhattan to sift through dozens of submissions. Read on to see who took top honors.
From the start, the new owners were charmed with its idyllic setting and untouched architectural details.
What was once a sprawling space of limitless Polo merchandise may soon hold multiple retailers.