Photographs by Keith Scott Morton
For the second year in a row, the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMH-LI) is style central, as NYC&G and Kravet present Phase II of Project Design, a renovation initiative that brings new life to this haven of hope for critically ill children and their families. Last year, the Phase I designers were tasked with revamping 33 spaces in RMH-LI’s original building in New Hyde Park, New York. This year, we’ve upped the challenge, asking 45 top designers to overhaul 41 rooms in the complex’s adjacent tower building. Everything from bedrooms to kitchens has a fresh polish, and new spaces, like a fitness center and meditation room, have been added too. Step right into this welcoming
oasis of healing, happiness, and great design.