This month's guide to the must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper, including Santa Barbara Umbrella in Whitecap and Sunflower, the wool and silk rug from Country Carpet, the James Coffee Table from The New Traditionalist and the low and an over the mantel mirror from Ann Madonia Art Antiques.
Designer Paul Davis favored the color gray when he designed his Greenwich Village apartment, as featured in the May/June issue of NYC&G. Think cool, yet romantic; think collected, yet relaxed; think a soothing study in color and flow. It’s a place you’d want to come home to every night, and also one you might not ever want to leave. Here, a collection of inspired home furnishing that can be used to create a similar look and feel.
This month's guide to the must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper, including Santa Barbara Umbrella's Cabana Sea Stripe umbrella, modern outdoor furniture from Room and Board and the James Coffee Table from The New Traditionalists.
“Neutrality allows me to infuse my interiors with serenity and a sense of calm,” explains architect Barbara Chambers, whose Larkspur home is a study in understated beauty. “I prefer to let artwork, accessories and, most importantly, people, provide a space with its color.” Here, a collection of striking pieces in a soothing color palette inspired by Chambers' own master bedroom.
This month's guide to the must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper, including Santa Barbara Umbrella's gold and black umbrella, the nautical colored textiles from Nomi Fabrics and the low and loungey Krios from Summit Furniture.
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Creative ideas to design the perfect garden oasis in your own back yard— from the latest products to landscapers, furniture and accessories.
A collection of crisp home furnishings inspired by the sage palette of wallpapers curated by Greenwich-based interior designer Amy Aidinis Hirsch and Editorial Director D.J. Carey for CTC&G's annual wallpaper feature.
This month's guide to the must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper, from Santa Barbara Umbrella's Charcoal Umbrella, from the new flat weave patterned rug collection from Sheridan Interiors to the dazzling showroom at Custom & Antique Flooring of CT.
This month's guide to the must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper, including design services from Arlene Angard Designs, L’Antiquaire Sleek Venetian Murano blown ceiling fixture, a rare 17th-century antique from Sinotique and Santa Barbara Umbrella striking Plum Grey stripes umbrella.
International travelers with a growing, eclectic art collection, a Manhattan couple charged designer Mark Epstein with creating a worldly environment that was party-hearty and family-friendly. Here, a collection of pieces inspired by the soothing, neutral interior.
When designer Jennifer O’Reilly restored her antique Westport home, she made a point of creating a relaxed yet sophisticated vibe in every room, including the home's three-season porch, which was outfitted with teak and bamboo furnishings. Here, a collection of inspired items with a similar look and feel.
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This month's guide to the must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper. From Santa Barbara Umbrella a Charcoal Umbrella, Christian Liaigre Caraibes Banquette and “Arch” console by Jan Lee for Sinotique.
Westport designer Jennifer O’Reilly transforms an out-of-date laundry room into a snug home office. Pops of turquoise and orange work to carry out the home's bright, contemporary feel.
A modern Bernal Heights interior gets an exterior to match, thanks to renowned San Francisco architect Craig Steely. Here, a collection of home furnishings inspired by the home's modernist vibe.