westchester home westchester magazine home garden food dining shopping summer 2013 issue
If the funds are available to take your greening efforts up a notch, consider doing so with these eight projects.
Greening your home starts with simple adjustments you can do without calling in the experts.
Looking to decrease your carbon footprint but unsure how? These experts will point you in the right direction.
A word from Westchester Home Executive Editor, Nancy L. Claus
In a muddle: James Bumbery of Pour and his go-to tool for mixing cocktails.
The 25,000-plus-square-foot facility gives consumers and trade professionals a hands-on, interactive experience with the full portfolio of Cosentino products.
The minimalist gallery highlights emerging and established artists whose media include paper, paintings, encaustic, and installations.
The Bronxville interior designer’s online consignment shop features hand-selected and high-end furnishings from local homeowners.
To ensure that you’re getting the best out of your wines all year long, consider an investment in wine storage units that regulate temperature, light and other factors.
No matter where the kids go, the stuff always manages to stay. t
The European honeybee and its native counterparts are a gardener’s best friend—and in crisis. Here are seven ways you can help bees on your own property while maintaining a beautiful landscape.
Limited neither by price or location, these properties defy popular notion that Bedford estates are the only places to see.
Fancy a drink? Serve one up in style with this beautiful, hand-blown collection of old fashioned glasses and tumblers.
This estate, founded by Henry Francis du Pont, showcases the work of American craftsmen in the mansion’s 175 rooms. Don’t miss out on the 60-acre garden, either.
A horticultural mecca in Kennett Square, Longwood is exqusite year-round, and is known for its dazzling Christmas display.
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