A sensitive rebuild successfully blends styles in a beloved retreat.
What was once a traditional home within a traditional neighborhood, is now one with interiors that feel decidedly contemporary and young thanks to Alisberg Parker Architects & Interior Design.
A sleek and sophisticated space designed by Atkinson Reilly Design gives off more of a downtown New York City vibe than a traditional Connecticut one.
“I like to mix modern and classic elements; I think they complement each other," says Bo Malpass who merged an early 19th-century barn to meet the needs of a family of four relocating to Connecticut.
This home gets a modern revival fit for a family and their rescue dogs.
A coastal Normandy-style home gets a revival fit for a family and their rescue dogs.
The decorator's journey to this profession is as vibrant as her designs.
This all white kitchen offers a fresh take on traditional design.
“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.
D2 Interieurs worked with Serena & Lily to fashion a home that was at once livable and sophisticated with a palette that reflects the vibrancy of the young family that lives there.
First rate teamwork between designer Robin Pegue-Shinnick, architect Matt Dougherty and the homeowner made a 1980s spec house into a timeless classic.
The winners of the 2016 CTC&G IDAs in Small Spaces were Peyton Cochran Designs, D2 Interieurs and Laura Kaehler Architects, LLC.
The top interior design projects came from Calla McNamara Interiors, Last Detail Interior Design and Morgan Harrison Home.
A soothing palette of elegant pastels defines these three kitchens by Brooks & Falotico and Pimlico, Deane and Mar Jennings and Michelle Morgan Harrison.
The hybrid home is like a beautiful puzzle, with pieces from 1925 and modern additions fitting in seamlessly.
The circa-1926 stunner screams "showbiz" with its location and history.
With some whimsical pirate-themed decor, this house may have appealed more to a ship enthusiast than a car racing fan.
Herd, who is married to Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, spent over eight years expanding and perfecting this lakefront compound with his late grandfather.
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