Barbara Israel’s Steepway Farm in Katonah is home to museum quality stonework, from Bacchus to Perseus.
New York Cottages & Gardens - October 2013
Wallpaper and fabric design discoveries have a floral flare this month.
NYC&G held its first annual Innovation in Design Awards at the Harvard Club, honoring great New York design projects and industry icon Holly Hunt.
A Brooklyn native, Raine Heidenberg gave up acting to pursue a career in interior design. Her projects are kept eco-friendly but without comprising her chic design style.
An America filled with possibility was the motivating factor behind the work of theatrical and industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes.
Gabriela de la Vega turns workaday beads into beautiful baubles in her mini jewel box located in Bed-Stuy. De la Vega keeps a passel of vintage jewelry in her studio, which provides inspiration for her own bedazzled works.
Antique plates are a unique addition to the dinner table. See what our antiques expert has discovered!
The first-ever Innovation in Design Awards ceremony honored the best projects in the following categories: architecture, interior design, garden design, kitchen design, bath design, and product design.