There's now three floors of inspiration.
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens - May 2016
CTC&G honored Robert A.M. Stern with the 2016 Innovator Award at our 10th annual IDAs.
Lisa Lori is opening a new type of lifestyle shop in Greenwich this spring.
"Thos. Moser: Legacy in Wood," the new exhibit at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, celebrates Thomas Moser's lifelong commitment to woodworking.
Clarke has revamped its crown jewel English Country kitchen into a stunning new display.
Add a pop of color to your backyard with happy colors and imaginative shapes!
These stately furnishings offer fresh interpretations on classic styles.
Al fresco entertaining never looked so good.
Bold colors and naturalized plantings characterize this designer's artful landscapes.
Cornwall is home to more than 70 grand gardens, all of them open to the public.
The LaurelRock Company were intrigued by the opportunities presented by this large, gently sloping property.
Green thumbs, make space on the bookshelf.
The 2 acre grounds include every kind of garden imaginable.
Coastal views of Long Island Sound and Sherwood Island in the distance and a close-up vista of the marshes and estuaries run along the 2.2 acre grounds.
These artistically inspired pieces feature innovative design and striking silhouettes.
The outdoor kitchen and multi-level home theater are just the beginning.
CTC&G Editorial Director D.J. Carey announced the finalists for the 10th annual CTC&G IDAs at Design Within Reach.
Now that it has been chic to drink dry rosé for years, not just any will do.