Editorial Director D.J Carey and designer Kerry Delrose rounded up the season's most alluring fabrics, including those with gradient hues, a splash of lime and all-over tangerine. Get inspired with selections from top designers including Thibaut, Stark, Pollack, Weitzner, Liora Manné, Scumacher, Fonthill, Black Edition, Designers Guild, Kravet and more.
Avian design elements, including pieces from Schumacher, Trove, San Francisco artist Nick Dong, Soane, Box Clever and Council, and Ironware International help interiors take flight.
Necessary ingredients, including Hansgrohe’s Metris faucet, ROHL’s Luxury Stainless Copper sink, for a perfectly prepared kitchen, he Victorian faucet by American Standard’s luxury brand, DXV, Blanco's Sonoma pull-down faucet, he Vola faucet designed by Arne Jacobsen for Hastings Tile & Bath, Stone Forest’s Wave Front farmhouse sink, MGS’ Spin DN dual-spray faucet, and more.
A selection of handmade wares from Westport’s Faye Kim, Sorab & Roshi, Johnny Williams of Newtown, Ridgefield artist Kari Lonning, Oakville's Petta Thompson, Westport resident David Farnworth and Landmark Exteriors and Tucci Lumber Co., both in Norwalk.
Glossy blacks and sharp silhouettes give furnishings edge
X marks the spot when it comes to these stylish side tables. Ideal for the dining room or entryway, Michael Dawkins Home's gleaming stainless-steel cabinet conceals mirrored glass shelves. Meanwhile, Christopher Kurtz's Pallet cot channels the familiar shape into a refined indoor piece.
You can’t go wrong with a team of well-rounded players. Slim and streamlined on top, with a solid foundation below, such pieces will run circles around the competition.
As fall approaches, bridge one season to the next with luxury in mind, including pieces from Custom Cool, Christell Campaign and Le Premier Parfum.
What would summer in the Hamptons be without some quality time at the shore? Just be sure to equip yourself with everything you’ll need.
Rally the troops and celebrate the height of summer with these party starters, from a lightweight champagne bucket by Tina Frey to Kim Seybert’s Pom Pom napkins.
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