westchester home westchester magazine home garden food dining shopping spring 2013 issue
By the numbers: What $1,500,000 can buy in today's market
Mount Kisco resident Elizabeth Calderone opens new custom furnishings shop in Pleasantville
More photographs from Bedrock, Susan and Coleman Burke’s spectacular spring garden
Return of the natives: Bedrock, Susan and Coleman Burke’s Bedford property, offers a spectacular spring display
Combining art, science and math, the field of architecture is a multifaceted practice in which vision and execution must merge as seamlessly as bricks in mortar. These 12 architects have done that and so much ...
Two polar design opposites attract stunning results, like the shingle-and-stone restoration of Rye’s “Geoghegan” home.
In the search for the perfect city escape in Croton-on-Hudson, David Wallance turned to the best man to design his green energy-powered residence: himself.
The design duo of Timothy and JoAnn Lener transformed a Yorktown cabin into a New England cottage-style home with a simplified Arts and Crafts influence.
Scardale’s Rosamund Young gave a Scarsdale country manor home a clean, timeless look that maintains American design tradition while incorporating the homeowners’ personal tastes.
LEED architect Christina Griffin stays well ahead of the curve in Westchester, and applied her expertise to a ranch home in need of a minimalist modern design overhaul.
Fivecat Studio in Pleasantville’s Mark LePage “reclaimed the authenticity” of a 1907 home, which was nearly lost twice due to fire and renovations.
The owner of Modern Mosaics experiments in her own home to find the right tools, materials and adhesives to craft her signature works
From the unrealistic to the insane, clients ask for the craziest things
These gorgeous statement pieces from the cosmetics heiress are available at Neiman Marcus in White Plains
These blooms and leaves are gorgeous, relatively easy to maintain, and welcome the season with bountiful hues
Can’t bear the wait for bespoke goods? The gallery also offers imported wares from Paris, Amsterdam, and Quebec, to name a few