A Dash of Panache Dalia Canora is the first to admit that, as appealingly timeless as white can be, an all-white kitchen runs the risk of being boring.
Serenity is often in the eye of the beholder: for many, a stately colonial-style home on a peaceful New England lane would be the epitome of rest and relaxation,
It’s as simple as sand, sea, and sky. By focusing on the three elements that have drawn people to Nantucket for generations, designer Lynn Morgan
Nancy and Joe Serafini’s Nantucket home is not always perfect. On sunny days when there’s not a New England Home photo shoot going on, the pillows on the sofas are smooshed into cozy submission by the couple’s grown children and
Practice makes perfect. It may be something of a cliché, but it’s also a truism, at least for interior designer Leslie Rylee and designer/builder Dennis Fisher, who have contrived
Even on Martha’s Vineyard, an island endowed with more than its share of natural and man-made beauty, this spot packs a wallop. More than a mile of magnificent dry-laid stone walls—once bordering a
Jan Hiltz laughs when she recalls the initial state of this Darien kitchen. “When you came in the side door, you walked into the side of a refrigerator,” she says. “Once you got around that, you bumped into the island. The kitchen was the size of a postage stamp.” Someone had