Author: Alyssa Bird

This sprawling property on Further Lane was once owned by an influential figure in the American railroad industry.

When clients relocated from stodgy Upper East Side digs to Brooklyn, decorator Philip Gorrivan decided to go rogue.

When clients relocated from stodgy Upper East Side digs to Brooklyn, decorator Philip Gorrivan decided to go rogue.

Who better to design the 65th-floor model apartment in New York’s most talked-about building? Decorator Tony Ingrao was up for the challenge.

Who better to design the 65th-floor model apartment in New York’s most talked-about building? Decorator Tony Ingrao was up for the challenge.

For the fourth Holiday House Hamptons—a showhouse presented by HC&G that benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation—24 design firms unleashed their creative energy on a newly built 12,500-square-foot residence on 1.5 acres in Water Mill.

In the hands of decorator Ghislaine Viñas, an East Hampton beach house is equal parts chic and cheeky

The possibilities are endless in a renovated 1960s family getaway in Springs.

An established garden and brand-new house are a match made in heaven.

In Chelsea, a textile designer and her architect friend expertly meld the old with the new.

Upper East Side formality is cast aside in favor of pretty, polished, young, and fun.