The digital companion to C&G Media Group's four regional print titles, CottagesGardens.com, relaunches today. The new website features bigger pictures, cleaner pages and a navigation that speaks to the strengths of Cottages & Gardens' content and the way readers search for it.
Room & Board San Francisco has launched the Discover New Design series, a program featuring three San Francisco tastemakers creating rooms that showcase the brand’s handcrafted, modern style.
Bay Area designers are committed to filling Ronald McDonald House at Stanford with hope and love, from the paint to the flooring and everything in between.
C&G TV is proud to present MAISON&OBJET Paris! Kendell Cronstrom, Editor in Chief of NYC&G and HC&G, was given special access to go behind the scenes at MAISON&OBJET, thus providing an inside look at the magnificent Paris show.
Cottages & Gardens Publications announces a new e-commerce initiative called C&G Shop the Look, a digital feature which allows their audience to shop the pages of their magazines and re-create the style of their favorite editorial feature with just one click!
The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) are proud to announce the third annual KBIS Outstanding Media Award has been presented to DJ Carey, Editorial Director of Cottages & Gardens Publications.
For only its second year out east, the Holiday House Hamptons should certainly be getting lots of attention, if mostly for its locale. This will be the first chance for the non-buying public to go inside the still-in-progress Watchcase condo development in Sag Harbor, where the show house opens Sunday.
Starting on Sunday, Holiday House Hamptons will showcase indoor and outdoor living spaces created by 18 interior and landscape designers, each honoring a holiday of its creator’s choosing and often of the designer’s invention. Presented by Hamptons Cottages & Gardens magazine, the event benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
With 25 designer mood boards spread throughout the Friar's Club in New York City last week, the design community reveled at what Phase II of the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island’s (RMH-LI) Project Design will soon look like.
Mario Buatta will receive the 2014 Innovator award at NYC&G’s (New York Cottages & Gardens) second annual Innovation in Design Awards on September 17 at the Harvard Club in New York City.