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Your Thanksgiving table top decor is just as important as the meal you serve. Hamptons hostess Kelli Delaney shares design accents which can make your holiday meal equally memorable.
One of the most promising trends in Hamptons’ real estate is that savvy owners are embracing the history of their homes while giving them extreme modern makeovers. Here is the first in a series about such hybrid habitats.
Perhaps no other artists capture the spirit of the East End’s farms, forests, ponds, bays, salt marsh estuaries, beaches and dunes as well as its plein air painters who set up their easels in their “outdoor studios” in the midst and mists of our storied landscapes. Working on site allows them to capture the authentic light and subtle colors, which they must execute quickly.
What would winter be without a crackling fire and festive libations to toast our innards? When winter doldrums prevail, get thee to one of these welcoming boites with their convivial bar scenes, superb food and festive cocktails.
When you step inside a Sean Avery home prepare to be amazed and awestruck by the beauty and detail that both of his new properties have to offer. HRES sat down with Sean Avery and his real estate broker Matthew Breitenbach of Douglas Elliman to discuss each home located in the Village of Southampton.
Holiday shopping in the Hamptons can be a unique and rewarding experience. Treasures abound in the many local shops and stores throughout the chic towns of the Hamptons, featuring stylish clothing, fine jewelry, children’s toys, fancy pet apparel, and so much more. Shop local and discover the many fine gifts the Hamptons has to offer during the holidays.
Now that it’s gift-giving season, we canvassed area brokers to see what kind of gifts they have bestowed on their customers upon completion of a sale. Corcoran’s Gary DePersia tells us he once gave a buyer a generator – valued at $20,000 – as a closing gift. For a customer that bought a $20 million property he gave leather seating for the home theater.