The space boasts double-height ceilings and oversized windows to make the most of the gorgeous view.
CTC&G (Connecticut Cottages & Gardens) - April 2016
The home offers a private stretch of waterfront on Black Rock Harbor.
The interiors have been recently refreshed by interior designer John Michael Murphy and feature soaring ceilings and tons of natural light.
Wrap yourself in these sumptuously sleepy offerings.
Investment banker turned food enthusiast Elizabeth Menke and public relations writer Aline Weiller teamed up to create a passport-style guide to Fairfield County's best foodie locales.
Longtime schoolteacher and mother of three Karri Bowen-Poole has started Smart Playrooms, a firm that helps children develop and learn by applying school-design principles to family playrooms.
CTC&G joined the ASID CT Chapter at the University of Bridgeport for its inaugural design expo and career launch.
April must-haves for the design-obsessed shopper.
Following their success at Woodworks Gallery in Cape Cod, Chris and Beth Meier are opening Against the Grain in Stamford's Harbor Point.
Oomph founders Louise Brooks, Patty Hopple and Amy Rice design classic and traditional items with a hip twist.
Sorelle Gallery makes art-buying easy with their new app powered by iArtView.
To accommodate her growing business and clientele, Ricci created a delightful space, showcasing a mixture of bespoke furniture, home accessories, lighting fixtures and artwork.
When a Connecticut family commissioned architect Louise Brooks to create a batting cage for their baseball-loving boys, the project quickly evolved into a full-blown family recreation center.
It is no secret that wallpaper is making its way off walls and into other parts of our interiors–on ceilings, bookshelves and as art installments–but designer Jennifer Paganelli stretches the boundaries of what wallpaper can be.
A number of eye-opening California wines have women behind the label.
Designer Bennett Leifer created a country home with an edge of urban chic.
Amenities include a fitness center, lap pool, screening room and a roof deck for lounging.
The home includes a covered porch with a fireplace, a pool with sweeping views over the hills, and a tennis court with a pavilion.
The 121-acre property also includes a 4,500-square-foot contemporary home designed by Jack Miller.
This classically Connecticut estate includes expansive equestrian facilities, a tennis court, pool and a 15,000 square-foot main house.
"No matter how many toddlers, teens or canines live in your home, each room can look like it belongs on the pages of a glossy interior design magazine."
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"The homeowners are very laid-back, and the house reflects that," says D2 Interieurs.