Austin Patterson Disston Architects gives a family their dream kitchen.
Author: Photographs by Eric Richards
The collaboration between RMHS, San Francisco Design Center and SFC&G was about more than selecting furnishings and finishes. It relied on a sense of community and compassion that manifested itself in the time and talents contributed by four dozen interior designers.
Last month’s Designer Showhouse on the Green was filled with innovative room designs and unique decorative pieces—from a living living room clock to hand-cut paper window shades, this showhouse had it all. Recently, we had a chance to talk to a few of the innovators behind the room-stealing items, who shed some light on the inspiration and design process behind these pieces of art.
Where to go this month for a houseful of design inspiration? Head to Fairfield and explore the first-ever Designer Showhouse on the Green benefitting Operation Hope. Led by design chairman Ellie Cullman and landscape design co-chairs Diane Devore and Tara Vincenta, more than 15 designers turned St. Paul’s Episcopal Church rectory into a showcase of premier talent. Here, you’ll get a glimpse of the spaces inside and out. But there’s nothing like seeing it in person, and it’s open for visits through October 25.
Raising three teenage boys in a 3,600-square-foot, four-bedroom home isn’t quite close quarters—even less so on four acres in Greenwich’s backcountry. But it isn’t exactly an easy-living ideal, either, especially when Dad describes his sons as "active".
Check out Catherine Cleare's redesign of the guest cottage.
14 Connecticut designers (and artisans, contractors, painters and products) give the Governor’s Residence a modern-day makeover