Author: Kelly Velocci

The right tile can completely transform a space. See which eye-catching tiles top designers are dying to incorporate next.

For Darryl, a highlight of her home's 18-month-long renovation was the day a truck arrived from her native Texas packed with antique and vintage furnishings.

A family-owned French upholstery firm brings more production Stateside.

Top designers give us on the inside scoop on which of their own designs they're most enthralled with.

An 1840 cottage in Locust Valley is brimming with old-world charm—some of which is surprisingly new.

Designers Maureen McDermott and Tina Ramchandani collaborated to give a traditional shingle-style Quogue home elegantly streamlined interiors.

“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.