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Connecticut Cottages & Gardens - April 2012
The Connecticut chapter of the ASID held a dinner and Student Tabletop Design Competition in March with a “literary” theme to design tabletops as if they were created for characters in a book. The tables were both inventive and inviting.
The Metro New York North Chapter of the American Red Cross, with media sponsor CTC&G, held a Patron Party to thank all of the generous supporters of the Red & White Ball taking place Saturday, April 28.
Earth friendly resources for designers including this Habitus cork mosaic tile which is recycled from Spanish and Portuguese wine stoppers.
Designer and Greenfield Hill native Tucker creates furniture that embraces natural materials and ethnic cultures.
A vintage hangar acts as a coastal sanctuary for wine tasting and birdwatching
An open floor plan and sustainable materials form the core of this modern home perfectly suited to a 21st-century family.
Green living in Borneo
Products with environment in mind
When Rick Angiollo and Ken Stiles found themselves between a rock and a hard place, they changed course and went natural.
Sustainable products for the home
When it comes to eco-efficiency, Connecticut companies are breaking new ground. These environmental innovators are dreaming up the most sustainable ways to build and grow.
A traditional house goes off the grid with groundbreaking technologies and elegant eco-conscious design.