Great Homes from the Latest New England Home Connecticut Issue
October 24, 2014
The fall New England Home Connecticut issue is in mailboxes and newsstands, and it has created quite a buzz. The issue is rich with beautiful homes that represent a variety of design styles. Whether you love traditional, contemporary, or something in-between—you will find plenty to inspire you in the issue.
Architect Kelly Faloon and designer Carey Karlan brought architectural detail and vibrancy to a Greenwich spec house. Interesting art, judicious use of color, and an amazing outdoor entertaining space, are just a few of the elements that help to define this wonderful family home. You can read all about the house here.
Photography by Michael Partenio
Joanna and Bill Seitz, proprietors of J. Seitz & Company, have created a home that reflects their philosophy that “nature is to be celebrated, friends and family treasured, and authenticity revered.” Read all about the home here.
Photography by John Gould Bressler
Olga Adler’s barefoot-friendly home in the coveted waterfront neighborhood of Saugatuck Shores is fun and friendly. The home is the result or rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy. Read here how Adler made the most of the post hurricane renovation.
Photography by Bruce Buck
A home exclusively decorated in shades of white provides a dramatic backdrop for a waterfront property in Greenwich, Connecticut. Read all about the home designed by architect Michael McClung and interior designer Victoria Hagan.
Photography by Robert Benson Photography