I am very happy to support the Breast Cancer Alliance by participating in this year’s silent auction.
I am so thrilled to be a finalist for this year’s At Home A List Awards!
I recently had a feature in the Home Section of this month’s issue of Greenwich Magazine.
I am so pleased to share an editorial featuring a recent project in At Home in Fairfield County’s September/October 2015 issue.
I really appreciate the Housepad App as a communication tool and an all-in-one resource for seamlessly maintaining a home on so many levels.
Reclaim your screened in porch.
At the recent 2015 A List Award party, I was so honored to be recognized for my designs and to be included among such talented people! Photos from the party at the Palace Theater in Stamford, as well as the winning projects and finalists, can be seen in this month’s AtHome in Fairfield County magazine. It was a fantastic event!
Here are some excerpts from the AtHome issue. I hope you’ll pick up a copy to see the work of other winners and finalists.
I am very happy to support the Breast Cancer Alliance by participating in this year’s silent auction. I’ve partnered with Hoagland’s in Greenwich to offer a unique shopping experience available for bidding. The winning bidder of this item will receive a $2000 credit at Hoagland’s with the added bonus of shopping for home accessories with my advice and assistance.
Online bidding for this unique shopping experience as well as a range of other incredible items is now open and will run through noon on October 21. Any unsold items will be available for bidding at the BCA Luncheon and Fashion Show on October 22. The Luncheon will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Greenwich from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Breast Cancer Alliance is an extremely worthy cause, working to improve survival rates and quality of life for those living with a breast cancer diagnosis. They invest in research, surgery fellowships, education, support, and screening to promote prevention, early detection, treatment, and cure. In 2015 alone, the BCA awarded nearly $1.6 million in grants to dozens of institutions and fellowships. By supporting the BCA through their silent auction and Luncheon, you are helping to make a difference in the lives those affected by breast cancer.
To learn more about the BCA, visit their website. You can view the online auction here and sign up to place a bid. I look forward to shopping with the lucky winner of the Hoagland’s Shopping Spree auction!
Painted tempered glass as a back splash.
First day of fall!
I am so thrilled to be a finalist for this year’s At Home A List Awards! Two of my designs are up for consideration, one in the Bath Design category and one in the Entryways category. Both can be seen in a supplement to the most recent issue of Greenwich Magazine. I feel honored to be included in this group of talented designers:
LANDSCAPE (GREATER THAN 1 ACRE)
LANDSCAPE (LESS THAN 1 ACRE)
TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE: LESS THAN 7,000 SQUARE FEET
TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE: GREATER THAN 7,000 SQUARE FEET
Winners will be announced at the A List Awards Gala on Thursday, September 10. The event begins at 6pm at the Palace Theater in Stamford, Connecticut. Click here for tickets, and I hope to see you there!
Here’s a glimpse of the projects for A List Award consideration in the Bath Design and Entry categories. Stay tuned for the announcement of winners later this week!
I recently had a feature in the Home Section of this month’s issue of Greenwich Magazine. They asked for my thoughts on how to enhance a space for fall, so I shared my ideas on how to add texture and color just for this time of year. I find myself looking for warmer palettes as the season shifts and like to change details to reflect this. Many thanks to Greenwich Magazine and Moffly Media for the feature!
I am so pleased to share an editorial featuring a recent project in At Home in Fairfield County‘s September/October 2015 issue. This editorial features a kitchen I designed for a long time client, someone who’s been with me since I started my career over eight years ago. The benefit to a long term client relationship is that I’ve already earned their trust. When we first talked about the kitchen, the client turned to me to say, “This is what we want,” gave me their wish list, and let me have carte blanche. They were so open to everything I presented that there was very little tweaking between what came out of my head and the final design. It’s so nice to see what’s possible when you develop a great client rapport over time. Many thanks to At Home magazine for the feature!