When the tequila is flowing, did you ever notice how wild the night gets? How rum seems to bring on tropical island abandon? Is there any substance to these sweeping characterizations or is it just folklore?
Noted for creating interiors that integrate the psychology and the physicality of beautiful design, Ashen has recently transformed a 1960s Howard Johnson hotel in Greenwich into the popular Jhouse Hotel and eleven14 restaurant.
In Williamsburg, change has been virtually unknown for decades, Goicolea raised eyebrows when he transformed 1,200-square-foot row houses into a soaring, vaguely brutalist 2,000 square-foot wood and concrete structure into his own...
In Larry Lederman's book titled Magnificent Trees of New York Botanical Garden, he celebrates the garden's trees through a series of beautiful photographs. "This was my way of expressing my feeling for the subject matter," he says.
These antiques are sure to bring charm to any space. A circa-1950 American drum-shaped end table is sleek in design while Robert Guillerme's and Jacques Chambron's oak plant stand has a more dimensional-unqiue look.
In Long Island City lies Patrick Townsend's cavernous workshop where the designer makes intricate light fixtures.
Ironically enough, the century-old headquarters of Townsend Design was originally a light bulb factory...
Inspired by a visit to the Spanish island Formentera many years ago, interior designer Juan Montoya has created an idyllic masterpiece on more than a hundred wodded acres in Garrison—and a gorgeous new book, out this month from Monacelli
"Think of a fabulous cruise ship, or a huge, magnificent hotel," interior designer Catherine Cleare urged
her clients as she pitched the idea of turning their unfinished basement into an elegant man cave...
A SoCal native and Parsons School of Design graduate, McPhail moved to New York 14 years ago to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming an interior designer. With recent projects in Brooklyn and downtown, McPhail mixes West Coast and East Coast vibes...
With a distinguished career in interior design, Billhuber has worked with clients such as David Bowie and Iman, Mariska Hargitay, and Vogue's Anna Wintour. Popular for taking intimate living spaces (especially living rooms) and creating a fresh look.
Alison Price Becker named her French-American bistro Alison Eighteen elegantly after herself while Laura Maniec went for a more funky name when she opened Corkbuzz, a Union Square restaurant wine bar. Donna Lennard was an antiques dealer before opening...
A couple turns a Central Park West apartment into a New York pied-à-terre thats bright and relaxing. With help from Mascarenhas, the two created a natural setting with accents from Brazilian furniture emporium, Espasso and a palette of...
Scenery tends to be at the top of the list when travelers think of New Zealand. But visitors to Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch and lesser
known Taupo, Rotorua and Queenstown can see historic buildings and innovative civic projects with aesthetic...
His creations are crafted for everyday living yet cherished as unique art. Castle is a pioneer in the art furniture movement through sculpting unique furniture and incorporating non-traditional techniques.
Chef/owner Brian Lewis made his vision come alive when he opened Elm restaurant. "Rooted in tradition and inspired by the seasons," Elm brings modern American cuisine to the table with a focus on locally farm-driven flavors.
Taft visited an old mill in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and stumbled across thousands of vintage silk screens. She saved the screens from an untimely demise and commissioned the factory to use them to make her 16-pattern fabric line, Living Vintage...
Van Horn and his partner Tom Gilling found 3,600 square feet of straight-up-and-down modern geometry: a multi-level, multi-windowed circa-1988 contemporary house in historic Chatham, about a two-and-a-half-hour drive north of NYC.
Raleigh, North Carolina native Lindsay Hair followed her dream by opening her own decorating firm in Manhattan in 2008. Her aesthetic is marked by comfortable elegance and strong silhouettes, always reflecting her client's personality.
During the autumn season why not add a little shimmer and surprise to your jewelry collection? From Pomellato Tabou's dome ring in blue topaz to David Yurman's cinnamon cable-wrap necklace, you will be sure to glitter all season.
"I drew before I spoke," says German artist Sabina Streeter, who has studios in both Sag Harbor, where she now lives, and Munich. Streeter carries her artist's tools whenever she travels in case inspiration strikes...
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15 Duck Pond Road, Westport, CT
Welcome to the water’s edge. Poised on Saugatuck Harbor, this gated waterfront oasis boasts open and elegant interiors that take advantage of sweeping views of the marina. Discover a gourmet kosher kitchen, master spa bath with sauna, and home gym. Take in fabulous sunrises, sunsets and rainbows over the water from the inviting balconies and rooftop deck where you have a front row seat for Westport’s Fourth of July fireworks. Minutes from town and train!
53 Myanos Road, New Canaan, CT
The Gratwick House was designed by Mid Century architect Victor Christ-Janer and further enhanced and improved by important architect/owner Harvey Kaufman. Built in 1953, this 3,696 SF 4-Bedroom, 2.5-Bath home sits on a rise with gorgeous views of a stunning oval swimming pool. Large entertaining spaces with floor to ceiling windows look out to a sweeping lawn in back and manicured courtyard to the side. This house is the perfect culmination of architectural significance & livability.