Hamptonites are warming to wood-burning stoves in droves
In the constant tug-of-war between past and future ways of life, there’s the occasional comforting overlap—a trend that combines elements of nostalgia with components of groundbreaking practicality and design. Wood-burning stoves are catching on like wildfire—or should I say, domestic fire—in the Hamptons this year. According to William Brunner at ... More
Vintage decor meets powerful performance in this range of bold, bright and utterly adorable kitchen appliances. Big Chill is able to pack modern technology (so you don’t have to skimp on capabilities) into a retro package, and the results are breathtaking. Choose from a dishwasher, wall oven, stove and ... More
Roger Ferris brings a narrative approach to building design
Hamptons architecture may call to mind shingle-style mansions and gambrel-roofed monstrosities, but the area also has a strong tradition of experimental design and one of the higher concentrations of contemporary architecture in the Northeast, with homes designed by Norman Jaffe, Charles Gwathmey and Richard Meier.
It’s also where many of architect ... More
With features from koi ponds to swim-up bars to fire pits, these luxury pools serve as exotic patio retreats
Luxury homeowners are bringing back more from their travels than just a basic souvenir. Now more than ever, frequent fliers return from their trips with a clear vision for the dream pool and spa in their backyards.
“I’ve had homeowners come back from vacations in Hawaii with pictures of ... More