Author: Alexa Stevenson

Birmingham designer Tammy Connor gives this Connecticut home a dose of Southern hospitality.

“The house had so much charm from the start,” says Lindsay. “We only had to add to it and amplify it.”

The clients wanted the house to fit in the vernacular of Connecticut but with a younger outlook.

When a minimal approach merges with a collector’s sensibility, the result is more than meets the eye.

Tankersley worked in collaboration with NYC interior designer Carol Egan to meld the wife’s edge with the husband’s traditional viewpoint.

A traditional-yet-dated home gets a whole new life from architect Robert Storm and interior designer Denise Davies of D2 Interieurs.

When a young family decamped from Tribeca to Connecticut, they found a house in Darien with loads of traditional charm and equal parts potential.

Whimsical colors and modern moments fill this very happy home.

HB Home's Robin Liotta curates the perfect marriage of modernity and history.

A 1920s gentleman's barn gets updated for modern living.

Designer Hannah Childs and architect John Allee collaborated with their West Coast-transplant clients to achieve a cool California vibe in coastal Connecticut.

After 15-plus years of weekending in the Hamptons, Prounis had decided it was time to settle in a permanent home with her family, so she and her husband purchased a traditional Cape Cod in Bridgehampton with the intention of tearing it down. But while waiting for the phone to ring and the sound of her contractor’s voice on the other end of the line, summer was fast approaching. So Prounis did what could be done with the house as it was, at least to get through the season. Much to her surprise, “the place really grew on us,” she recalls.