In the Hamptons where bigger often means better, there are some tiny residential gems. The good news: small doesn’t have to be minimalist. Whether you’re downsizing or starting out, there’s a sweet little abode for every income bracket and taste level.
For Hamptonites, outdoor rooms are just as important as indoors. It’s time to start designing your perfect space for entertaining al fresco this spring.
Maybe it’s all those negative ions blasting off the Atlantic. Or maybe it’s all the stressed out New Yorkers. There seem to be countless healers who have hung their shingles on the South Fork. We visited a few complementary practitioners plying various forms of healing.
Sagg General Store has a new owner. Pierre Weber of Bridgehampton’s Pierre’s Restaurant will rename the old standby, which has been a general store since 1878, “Pierre’s” and will keep it open seven days a week year-round. While it will remain a general store, the pastry chef will be offering such Frenchified fare as quiches and croissants.
ou’ll love the open and airy flow of this home. A comfortable 3,800 square feet on 1.8 acres, the home has 4 bedrooms and baths, den with fireplace, living room with fireplace, dining room, multiple screened porches and an eat-in kitchen...
We live in a fast-paced world and sometimes we just need to slow down. You can’t always take a vacation, but you can take a break, right where you live. Moments of peace and serenity can be as close as your back door. Here are some ways to create your own peaceful haven in your own backyard.
Real estate listings often tout a property’s ability to bring the outside in—but for homeowners, bringing the inside out is becoming just as popular. In the Hamptons, outdoor living is a key trend; high-end backyards are being outfitted with outdoor TVs, kitchens boasting every appliance, and the latest technology to control it all, matching and sometimes surpassing the features indoors.
Wish you could improve the lighting in your home without bringing in a construction crew? Here’s your solution. Lighting designer Caitlin Faron doesn’t deal in quick fixes. Working in collaboration with residential architects, she creates lighting schemes for new construction and major renovation projects that are carefully considered things of beauty.
“I would say my decorating style is influenced by the gracious country houses found in Locust Valley, on the North Shore of Long Island where I was raised,” shares Tom Samet. Unafraid of color, pattern, and texture, Tom creates spaces that are not only beautifully layered, but are also livable and practical for families with children and pets and are easy to entertain in.