Bring in the wine and spaghetti sauce.
Paris Forino comfortably mixes clean-lined elements with their traditional counterparts.
This abode was made to last for generations.
The updates flawlessly embrace the surrounding seascape.
Maintaining the architectural vision, the designer created a space for modern living.
The views of Mount Greylock are surely screensaver worthy.
Exuberant hues and playful wallcoverings infuse this home with a youthful vitality.
A backcountry estate inspired by British landscape design.
A brand new house is the perfect backdrop for carefully curated layers by Clarity Home.
A new take on the modern farmhouse exudes a sense of calm.
A restoration that's true to its original style and modern family life.
In a deft juxtaposition of contemporary elements with traditional pieces, Vicente Wolf brings out the best in design.
A sensitive rebuild successfully blends styles in a beloved retreat.
Landscape designer Brian Grubb adopted a metaphorical approach that likened the panels to trees in an orchard.
Throughout the spaces, the furnishings feature a mindful melding of textures, shapes and designer Kevin Dumais’ signature genre blending.
Successfully swapping a London townhome for an elegant Greenwich estate required extensive renovations and updated interiors for 21st-century living.
The designer’s abilities to reconfigure, reorient and rearrange resulted in all the puzzle pieces coming together in a relaxed and welcoming cohesive whole.
“Designing this space felt a little like doing an HGTV special,” says architect Ken Pursley, musing about the challenge he and interior designer Bronwyn Ford faced in transforming this Vermont house.
At her home in East Hampton, HC&G Innovator Award honoree Martha Stewart is setting the bar higher than ever.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
One of these no reserve items has been with the actor on set from 'Sleepless in Seattle' to 'Forrest Gump' and beyond.
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