March 2012

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NYC&G Premier Issue Praises

NYC&G Premier Issue Praises

What people are saying about NYC&G…

Paper Flowers Image Gallery

Amazing Designer Tablescapes with NYC&G

Get some ideas for stunning tablescapes from this extravagant collection from the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House event.
"Spring Fever" with NYC&G

"Spring Fever" with NYC&G

New York Cottages & Gardens Magazine was the media partner for a spring fundraising gala benefiting the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.
Special Delivery

Special Delivery

What do home-design gurus Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams like to do most in their New York pied-à-tiere? Rearrange the furniture!
Deeds and Dont’s

Deeds and Dont’s

The inside scoop on New York real estate
Best Cellars

Best Cellars

These five Manhattan restaurants boast New York's most stellar wine lists
Balancing Act

Balancing Act

How a faded Brooklyn brownstone became the ideal setting for life, work, and family.
Tudor Revival

Tudor Revival

Deane, Inc., gives a much-needed makeover to a 1920s beauty in Bronxville
Pearl Essence

Pearl Essence

The deep-sea diva reemerges, utterly fresh and forever luminous
Made by Marian

Made by Marian

At her home in the Hudson Valley, author and style arbiter Marian McEvoy proves that "crafting" can be uncommonly chic
Paper Petals

Paper Petals

In her Bronx basement, Livia Cetti brings glorious handmade blossoms to life
Deco Dreams

Deco Dreams

These French discoveries have caught our expert's eye
Sparkling Gem

Sparkling Gem

A jewelry designer adds extra shimmer to a soaring loft in Tribeca
Curious Yellow

Curious Yellow

From a loft in SoHo, Scandinavian sensibility gets a fresh twist
The Art of Designing Vertical Gardens

The Art of Designing Vertical Gardens

Patrick Blanc's approach to gardening is literally off the wall.
Shop Talk

Shop Talk

New and noteworthy design discoveries from New York and beyond
Past Perfect

Past Perfect

With a keen eye for collecting everything from Empire to exotica, designers Ron Wagner and Timothy Van Dam turn their Renaissance Revival Townhouse into a showcase of the decorative arts.
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