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Interior Designer Maureen McDermott Turns a Sag Harbor Wallflower into a Stunning Beauty

Interior Designer Maureen McDermott Turns a Sag Harbor Wallflower into a Stunning Beauty

The saying “good things come in small packages” proved true in a big way for interior designer Maureen McDermott, the good thing being a cozy Sag Harbor rambler she recently took from mid-20th-century mundane to a family retreat kitted out for 21st-century living.

In Water Mill, Kathy Reilly Finds Permanent Digs on a Quiet Lane Near Mecox Bay

In Water Mill, Kathy Reilly Finds Permanent Digs on a Quiet Lane Near Mecox Bay

One snowy January day six years ago, Kathy Reilly and her husband set out for the Hamptons to look for a second home. The Manhattan residents had rented in the off-season in Sag Harbor and liked being part of the year-round community, but as they thought about obtaining a more permanent abode, renting increasingly didn’t make sense.

Decorator Tara Seawright Gives a Tantalizing Twist to a Quirky Contemporary in Sagaponack

Decorator Tara Seawright Gives a Tantalizing Twist to a Quirky Contemporary in Sagaponack

As a trained chef and owner of the Tribeca restaurant Mulberry & Vine, Michelle Gauthier sees a lot of the kitchen. But since opening the restaurant three years ago, she has found it increasingly difficult to spend time in her own kitchen at her Sagaponack home.

In Quogue, Decorator Alexandra Loew Creates a Contemporary Getaway with Old Master Accents

In Quogue, Decorator Alexandra Loew Creates a Contemporary Getaway with Old Master Accents

Long before she became an interior designer, Alexandra Loew made documentary films. But her career change—from working with footage to working with yardage—isn’t as radical as it might sound. That’s because both professions, when it comes to Loew, involve extensive research. As a filmmaker, she worked to find the best material to tell a story. As a designer, she does pretty much the same.

HC&G Innovation in Design Awards 2015 Readers' Choice Best Product

HC&G Innovation in Design Awards 2015 Readers' Choice Best Product

This year we’re asking you, dear readers, to let us know which of the 2015 top five HC&G Innovation in Design Awards’ finalists in the Product Design category gets your vote. Our editors have made their selection, now it's your turn! Cast your vote in the first-ever Readers' Choice award in the Product Design category. All of the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards' winners will be announced on August 6th.

Announcing the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Award Finalists

Announcing the 2015 HC&G Innovation in Design Award Finalists

HC&G's Innovation in Design Awards honors outstanding design in the categories of Architecture, Interior Design, Kitchen, Bath, Garden Design and Innovative Product Design

New and Notable Design Objects from the Hamptons and Beyond: Outdoor Furniture Made for Summer Fun

New and Notable Design Objects from the Hamptons and Beyond: Outdoor Furniture Made for Summer Fun

Great furniture is a must for enjoying the great outdoors—and the market’s latest offerings are not only weather-resistant and easy to clean, but a lot of fun too.

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