Author: Ann Loynd

"I drew before I spoke," says German artist Sabina Streeter, who has studios in both Sag Harbor, where she now lives, and Munich. Streeter carries her artist's tools whenever she travels in case inspiration strikes...

Tell us what your favorite piece of Hamptons architecture is? We ask those in the know.

What is the most exotic decorative accessory you’ve seen? We ask those in the know!

Her mason said it couldn’t be done, but Margaret Kerr was determined. It was 1986, and she was in the middle of designing a medieval herb garden at her house. Two rectangular spaces were just “crying out to be rugs.”

Indulge this season in new and exciting products for your home and beyond.

As a young art student studying painting at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Casey Dalene scored an internship at Marc Jacobs, and suddenly it hit her. In the fashion world, she realized, “somebody has to make all these fabrics.”

Test the waters with aquatic-themed products for your home and more

Design powerhouse Matthew Patrick Smyth shares his tricks for finding timeless pieces

Create the perfect bath with fixtures for gadget gurus and zen-seeking naturalists alike

Westport gets a dose of hip horticulture with the opening of Terrain

Famed interior designer Nate Berkus lends his talents to Target

Grab a protractor and style your patio in linear fashion

Scouring two of Connecticut’s chicest streets, Greenwich and Putnam Avenue, for top trends and fabulous finds.

If you think your town deserves a round of applause, register for “America in Bloom’s” national award program

The New York International Gift Fair, held at the Javits Center in NYC this past week, was chockful of the latest tableware, linens and gifts of all kinds. C&G got the inside scoop

This season, natural materials move to center stage.

New Pure Glass House Tour offers a condensed visit to Philip Johnson’s Glass House.