HOME & DESIGN

Adding to your home

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Not only do folks want to put their personal stamp on their beloved homes; they want to make them conducive to their post-Covid lifestyles. And that may mean adding space for home offices and multi-generational living, rather than upgrading to a house that has more square footage but is going to cost a lot and needs the same amount of work.

Home as a health haven

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No one wants to spend time, effort and money on modifying a home to accommodate age and/or illness. But as home design columnist Cami Weinstein writes, a little preparation now can keep you out of the hospital and nursing home and reduce the strain on our health care system.

Know your design history

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Designing spaces requires both knowledge and creativity. When you are thinking about designing your space, it’s important to think about the history of its style as well as the direction you want to take, writes WAG Wares columnist Cami Weinstein.

English country elegance on the market in Greenwich

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Question: What has a playhouse that’s a replica of George Washington’s Mount Vernon home, equestrian facilities, a carriage house, a cottage, formal gardens, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a treehouse, a gazebo, a six-car garate and still plenty of room for goats and chickens? Why, it’s Denbigh Farm on Riversville Road, of course.

Luxe living by land and sea

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Field Point, an exquisite custom-built stone Georgian with 340 feet of private Long Island Sound shoreline and breathtaking panoramic views, was designed by the award-winning Norwalk architectural firm Shope Reno Wharton, to exemplify luxury waterfront living of the highest caliber.

written in stone

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Oscar Reyes, owner of Westchester Marble and Granite Works is thinking big by thinking small – cutting boards made of butcher block framed in granite or marble.