Show your appreciation in style with one of these summer-perfect hostess gifts. From Michael Aram's Fig collection mesh-lid serving bowl, which keeps party food pest-free, to stackable, hand-blown uranium glass bowls, designed by Pia Wüstenberg of Utopia & Utility, which make ideal catchalls or petite snack bowls for cocktail parties, consider this roundup a checklist for your next RSVP.
By popular demand, we are thrilled to announce that the 2014 Holiday House Hamptons has been extended through Labor Day, September 1st! Buy your tickets now! Love what you see at the show house? Designers from the 2014 Holiday House Hamptons have partnered with online marketplace Chairish to sell items featured in their rooms.
Everybody was dressed in white, but the watchword wasn't "Tennis anyone?" – it was "Tea, everyone" at the 17th annual Tea for Two Hundred reception held in the gardens of hosts Gael Hammer and Gary Goodwin in Washington Depot.
Enter Privet Lives, a shop next door that will feature collaborations with notable designers, artisans and brands whose products are hard to find in the area. When the store opened up next door, Cassano and Lamberston knew that it would be the perfect locale to create a space fit for the spectacular products of Madeline Weinrib, whose work the duo has always coveted. What Cassano describes as “the world of Madeline Weinrib” debuted this past Saturday. She explains, “The small, intimate space is a riot of color and pattern that allows you to get up close and personal and engage with everything.”
On the market for some beautiful custom leather? Edelman Leather is your go-to, and designers have trusted the luxury brand with all of their clients’ leather needs for decades. Looking to bring clients a wider variety of natural, quality materials to enhance their living spaces, the iconic brand met its European match in Ruckstuhl, a Swiss manufacturer with a remarkably similar history in the design industry. A chance introduction by a mutual friend brought Edelman Leather president Amy Darrah and Ruckstuhl CEO Peter Ruckstuhl together, and it was instantly clear that these brands should connect.
HC&G's Innovation in Design Awards honors outstanding design in the categories of Architecture, Interior Design, Kitchen, Bath, Garden Design and Innovative Product Design
Peter Fasano Discusses His Artist Process and Inspiration for His New Collection of Handmade Textiles
It is really exciting for us when somebody comes to us with an idea that allows our thinking to go in a different direction. We have a private client that we’ve been doing a lot of work for recently. She had an idea based loosely on a Monet painting and a botanical print that would incorporate flowers and perennials in her garden. The key in cases like this is to get a client to point to a visual realization in some form that will eliminate nine of the 10 possibilities.
The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMH-LI) continues in 2014 with Phase II of Project Design, a renovation initiative that will bring together more than 45 of America's leading interior designers. Phase II will continue with the addition of 24 bedrooms, four kitchens, five common areas, laundry rooms and the creation of a brand new fitness center and meditation room.
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.
Presenting the seven design leaders who will help decide the winners of the prestigious NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards.
CTC&G recognizes top talent at the Innovation in Design Awards, Part I
Mario Buatta is an internationally acclaimed interior designer known for his English Country House style. He has brought the refinement, comfort, and beauty of his designs to a long list of clients from the worlds of entertainment, business, fashion, and high society.
Lee Ann Thornton Interiors designed a crisp blue and white bedroom at Lexington Company on Greenwich Avenue. Lee Ann created an eye catching window that will be up and on display through mid-June.
Torrential rains the day before muddied up the parking lot, but despite their cars getting stuck in the meadow, a long string of early bird shoppers were already waiting in line at Lions Gate Farm in Sharon, CT. The annual Trade Secrets plant and garden antiques show, co-sponsored this year by CTC&G was opening at 8 a.m.