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New York State of Mind

New York State of Mind

CEO Marianne Howatson announces New York Cottages & Gardens's debut in March 2012. Building on Cottages & Gardens' outstanding presence in Westchester, NYC&G will reach New York City, Nassau County's Gold Coast and the Hudson Valley.

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A Pair of World Travelers from the West Coast Stop Off in New York—and Decide to Stay Awhile

A Pair of World Travelers from the West Coast Stop Off in New York—and Decide to Stay Awhile

A career that takes one to international locales might sound exotic, but it isn’t always everything it’s cracked up to be. For one San Francisco couple, business as usual meant frequent travel to such far-flung destinations as the Far East and Europe, and weekends spent together became the exception, not the rule.

Minimal Decor, Major Art, and Maximal Views Converge in a West Village Pied-à-terre

Minimal Decor, Major Art, and Maximal Views Converge in a West Village Pied-à-terre

For designer Linherr Hollingsworth, no job is too small, big, daunting, or beneath her, even when it comes to a project started by another decorator and then abandoned halfway through. Hollingsworth speaks of the West Village pied-à-terre she polished to completion for clients who have a primary residence in Connecticut.

Decorator Greg Shano Gives a Doctor’s Bachelor Pad in Chelsea a Clean Bill of Health

Decorator Greg Shano Gives a Doctor’s Bachelor Pad in Chelsea a Clean Bill of Health

Bret Rudy's Chelsea apartment is little more than a crash pad, the 620-square-foot studio was bare-bones to the core, with stark white walls, scant furnishings, and just a few pieces of carefully chosen artwork. When he was ready to take the plunge, he enlisted his friend Greg Shano, a decorator, to make it over.

An Apartment in U.N. Plaza Gets Interpreted Anew by Interior Designer Victoria Klein

An Apartment in U.N. Plaza Gets Interpreted Anew by Interior Designer Victoria Klein

Before finding her calling as an interior designer, Victoria Klein ventured down a few other creative paths. Architecture came first, followed by set design (via a brief stint in Hollywood) and later fashion design, which Klein jumped into upon resettling in her native New York.

Designer Paul Davis Dreams Up a Soft, Sumptuous Palette for His Greenwich Village Apartment

Designer Paul Davis Dreams Up a Soft, Sumptuous Palette for His Greenwich Village Apartment

When Paul Davis opens the door to the inviting abode he shares with his partner, Julio Hernandez, any trace of apartment envy quickly dissolves into utter admiration. Think cool, yet romantic; think collected, yet relaxed; think a soothing study in color and flow. It’s a place you’d want to come home to every night, and also one you might not ever want to leave. With fine bones, exquisite proportions, a working fireplace, and large casement windows, Davis and Hernandez’s Greenwich Village pad could very well be the dream apartment.

Home Is Where the Heart Is Designer Showhouse

Home Is Where the Heart Is Designer Showhouse

Twenty four top designers showcased their talents in the classic English regency manor house that is the second Home Is Where the Heart Is Designer Showhouse. NYC&G is proud to be a media sponsor of this great event which benefits the American Heart Association. Tyler Wisler from HGTV's Design Star served as the Honorary Showcase Chair. Kim Radovich, principal designer and president of Kim E. Courtney Interiors Inc., served as Design Chair

A French Family Puts a European Spin and a Hipster Twist on an 1851 Townhouse

A French Family Puts a European Spin and a Hipster Twist on an 1851 Townhouse

As virtually every New Yorker knows, Brooklyn is “it” right now. Filled with young families, artsy up-and-comers, spry octogenarians, and scenesters aching for a break from Manhattan’s madcap pace, the city’s coolest borough couldn’t dream of a more varied and fiercely loyal populace. Parts of it have become especially popular with Europeans, notably the French, who are attracted by its well-preserved townhouses and tree-lined streets.

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Local Happenings

Local Happenings

Build Me Up

Build Me Up

IDA Awards dinner benefits Yale Building Project

If You Can’t Take the Heat…

If You Can’t Take the Heat…

Get over to Bedford Post’s new restaurant

Rooms With A View

Rooms With A View

The “Rooms with a View: 200 Years of American Design” exhibit at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury is now open!

Designer Showhouse of Westchester

Designer Showhouse of Westchester

Cerebral Palsy of Westchester and media sponsor Cottages & Gardens present the Designer Showhouse of Westchester featuring American's Top Designers

Sustainable Connecticut: Staying Hungry

Sustainable Connecticut: Staying Hungry

Who's who and what's what in the local food community

Fifield's Feature

Fifield's Feature

Don't miss Sandi Haber Fifield's exhibit in March

Inspired by Nature

Inspired by Nature

Yale Center for British Art holds Rebecca Salter exhibit

A Delicious Event

A Delicious Event

Sotheby's holds New York City's first-ever edible auction

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Changing Seasons

Changing Seasons

Nowadays, everyone is tightening his or her belt. With the advent of a new season and hope for a stronger economy, here are some tips for adding new furnishings to your home that are current and classic—plus some splurges to indulge in for an enlightened vision for spring

Posted 04/01/11

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