A classic symbol of the East End of Long Island.
All of the beauty and benefits of the greenery in the region.
Surprise hillside property in Montauk.
Answers to questions about one of the most popular plants in the Hamptons.
Carefree days and understated decor characterize the true spirit of stylish living in the Hamptons.
In Paris’s Eighth Arrondissement, an American expat lives an eclectic, exuberant life.
A fashion designer gives his Sag Harbor bolt-hole a stylish makeover.
An architect redefines a Dutch Gambrel’s interiors as a minimalist backdrop for furnishings and art.
Like his jewelry, Seiichi Takeichi’s apartment is both classic and contemporary.
In Water Mill, designer Vicente Wolf brings a longtime family home back to the future.
In East Hampton, architect Kitty McCoy embraces, rather than erases, the past.
The owner of Blue Carreon Home transforms a gawky new build into a raving beauty.
View a gorgeous home where circles and sharp angles beautifully coexist.
View a gorgeous Hamptons home where circles and sharp angles beautifully coexist.
Whenever he’s craving some sea air, Paris-based furniture designer Christophe Delcourt retreats to the sweet life in historic Honfleur.
At her home in East Hampton, HC&G Innovator Award honoree Martha Stewart is setting the bar higher than ever.
Landscape architect Janice Parker talks exotic foliage, bioblitz, and Long Island natural landscapes.
The brief he gave to himself: Create a modern backdrop for the eclectic furnishings that he has accumulated during a lifetime of collecting.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
Currently owned by an actor and producer, this legendary property has a deep history of showbiz.
It’s been a trying year for many industries, and while real estate is booming in some areas it has taken its hits in others.
It's easy to imagine the famous folk musician out amongst the foliage strumming a tune.
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