Author: Photographs by Doug Young

A Culinary event proprietress and an interior designer team up to create a Thanksgiving feast redolent of the vibrant colors and rich flavors of India.

A Culinary event proprietress and an interior designer team up to create a Thanksgiving feast redolent of the vibrant colors and rich flavors of India.

Lauren Thayer Weiss and Erin Dickson, the sisters behind Thayer’s Hardware & Patio, join forces with Joey Wölffer to reimagine the popular wine stand at Sagaponack’s Wölffer Estate Vineyard.

Kris Fuchs, brand ambassador of luxury tea company Tea Forté, pours on the charm at an afternoon fête for 14 girlfriends.

To celebrate her 15th anniversary as the owner of East Hampton’s Baker House 1650 hotel, native Peruvian Antonella Bertello throws a festive party that celebrates her country’s colorful heritage and deep traditions.

For Haining, one man's trash truly is another's treasure. The woodworker makes sculptural vessels, light fixtures, and table bases out of discarded wood that he salvages from water towers, lumberyards, and New York City dumpsters.

The owner of Blue Carreon Home transforms a gawky new build into a raving beauty.

You don’t find many Texans in the Hamptons—or do you? At her East Hampton getaway, Dallas-based interior designer Jean Liu hosted friends with ties to her home state for a good old-fashioned barbecue, down to the watermelon and hay bales.

At his home in Bridgehampton, Alex Papachristidis hosted a luncheon to thank designers who created vignettes for the 8th Annual ARF Thrift and Treasure Shop.

At his parents’ home in Bellport, interior designer Phillip Thomas salutes his South American heritage, serving two different paellas, gazpacho, and Chile’s famous pisco sour.

“I wanted to play with the original form and turn it into a functional, beautiful piece of art,” says the furniture artisan of his surf culture-inspired backgammon boards.

Three decades after leaving Ireland for the East End, Bateman is busy creating abstract oil, watercolor, and pastel landscapes in her Sag Harbor studio.

Erica-Lynn Huberty creates intricate pieces of art using as many different techniques as she can, a style that evolved after an accident left her unable to use her dominant hand.