Interior designer Shelley Morris gave this New Canaan contemporary a brand new vibe.
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens - August 2016
A summertime ski adventure that takes you far off the beaten track.
Happy 50th anniversary to the winery that put Napa on the world wine map.
We invited five area designers to assist in choosing 10 products that embody innovative design.
The interiors of the 6,087-square-foot castle underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation.
Robert A.M. Stern opens up to CTC&G.
The winners of the 2016 CTC&G IDAs in Small Spaces were Peyton Cochran Designs, D2 Interieurs and Laura Kaehler Architects, LLC.
The founder of American Standard spared no expense when he built Sunridge Farm in 1900.
View the winning projects from the 2016 CTC&G IDAs in the categories of Landscape, Kitchen, Small Spaces, Interior Design, Bath, Architecture, Builder Recognition and Product Design.
Known as "New York's fashion playground," Lester's is expanding to Westport, CT.
The new Westchester county location offers a 14,000-square-foot warehouse and 4,200-square-foot showroom.
The web-exclusive shop features hand-selected inventory from private sellers, area retailers and antique dealers.
The glamorous line draws inspiration from Aram's signature collections.
What started as expert lighting advice has turned into a collaboration.
The Builder Recognition honorees at the 2016 CTC&G IDAs were Shostak Construction, Prutting & Company, Custom Builders, LLC and East Cost Structures, LLC.
The top bath projects of the 2016 CTC&G IDAs came from Murdock Solon Architects, Austin Patterson Disston Architects and Sage Design.
The top interior design projects came from Calla McNamara Interiors, Last Detail Interior Design and Morgan Harrison Home.
The top landscape projects from the 2016 CTC&G IDAs came from Louis Fusco Landscape Architects, Artemis Landscape Architects, Inc., and Conte & Conte LLC.
Winning kitchen designs came from Caryn Bortniker Design, Calla McNamara Interiors and Austin Patterson Disston Architects.
Winning architecture projects came from Browning Residential Design, Sellars Lathrop Architects, LLC and P H Architects, LLC.
A façade of natural-wood and glass blends beautifully with the surrounding nearly three-acre wooded grounds.
The six-acre estate boasts two pools, a tennis court, a dock and a putting green.
C&G Media Group Editorial Director D.J. Carey hosted a discussion on color.
CTC&G presented the first inaugural SWDD market day.