"It was perfect, I guess, but it felt like someone had tried to stage the amsterdam of my imagination which made it hard to forget that this dinner like the trip itself, was a cancer perk. Hazel loved the dinner and everything, but she hates the fact she gets all these things because she has cancer.
The owner of this Connecticut home borrowed from kitchen design, outfitting one corner of her shed with lower cabinets, a granite countertop, and an apron-front sink to create a zone for cutting blooms and washing muddy hands. Up top, ornate iron brackets give painted lumber shelves a lift. - CountryLiving.com
An assortment of black Toleware trays create a stunning art installation in the sitting room of this Connecticut cottage. Encircling the largest one with trays of varying scale creates a cohesive look among the mismatched patterns.
"Hers" Home Office, Glastonbury, Connecticut In a two-professional household, his and hers home offices are a special perk. In this Glastonbury, Connecticut, house, "his" is a typical masculine wood-paneled space with overstuffed chairs and an English desk. For "hers," interior designer Cynthia Mason Hernandez, owner of Cynthia Mason Interiors, used a spare bedroom to design an “oh-so feminine” and glamorous working office centered around a creamy-colored lacquered desk and a Ceylon…