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Must Have Fixtures and Fittings

The Purist kitchen faucet from Kohler pairs a classic bridge design with modern touches and a stylish matte black finish. “Matte Black has been gaining popularity because of its distinctive but understated modern look that creates a stunning contrast with most other colors and backdrops. It can elevate the faucet to become the focal point of the room.”

Living Carpets

If you’re like most East End homeowners, a carpet of classic green lawn is probably part of your landscape. But there are undoubtedly places on your property where the grass just does not thrive, because there’s too much shade, or the soil is too dry, or too wet...

Blue & White Delights

The only Hamptons design trend that will never fade away is the iconic combination of crisp blue & white. To read more of Kelli’s Luxury Lifestyle Diary of the Hamptons visit KDHamptons.com...

Light My Fire

What better way is there to celebrate Old Man Winter than with a good, old-fashioned fire in the snowy woods?” shares designer Astrid Insieme of Insieme House, who recently designed a permanent fire pit area in the backyard of her A-Frame country home, cast amidst a path of concrete pavers...

Floor Artistry

Rory Conway is an artist who happens to paint floors. Well, he paints other areas of the house, but painting floors, he says, “is where my heart is.” He is also a painter in the traditional sense, spending time in his Springs studio laying paint...

Seeing Green

1. Plant The Future Munny Rockstar Airplants, $98.00; plantthefuture.com...

Getting a Green Light

Tis the season for the Pantone Color Institute to declare its color of the year. For 2017 it is shade number 15-0343, AKA “greenery” -- a bright “yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring.” The color authority doesn’t just pick a random hue.

Light Up Your Life

Curated by lighting expert Caitlin Faron who designs primarily residential interior and exterior lighting. Her Water Mill company, Shine Design + Distribution, offers services from simple consulting to full-scale design and project management...

At Home with Interior Designer Debra Gildersleeve

In 1978, Debra Gildersleeve’s parents first opened a small boutique called RENEE’S in Mattituck, named after her mother. She spent much time in the store growing up, and after a career in fashion eventually decided her true calling was to return to the East End to take over the family business with her husband William Gildersleeve as her partner...

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