Monthly Archives: September 2015

John Singer Sargent and ‘The Shining’?

.I think of John Singer Sargent as the masterful “Court Painter” for wealthy and powerful individuals during the Edwardian era; highly sought after, he was commissioned to create grand portraits that served to express and support social position. NOT as an … Continue reading

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What’s NEW What’s NEXT 2015

The New York Design Center, aka 200 Lex, hosted their seventh annual What’s NEW What’s NEXT last week – a building-wide Open House to give the countless showrooms the opportunity to show new product. An enormously successful and well-attended event that … Continue reading

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Thank You NYC&G!

We’d like to say a word of thanks to Kendell Cronstrom and the team of judges for this year’s New York Cottages & Gardens Innovation in Design Awards – Bernd Goeckler, Shawn Henderson, Sandra Nunnerley, Tara Seawright, and Alan Tanksley — for selecting Glenn … Continue reading

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NYC&G 2015 Innovation in Design Awards

We are both grateful and honored to be among the finalists nominated in 2 categories in this years NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards — with the winners being announced at a gala dinner on Wednesday September 16th, at 583 Park … Continue reading

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Hiding in Plain Sight: Shelter Island

Mention Shelter Island and many New Yorkers will nod their heads and say they have heard of it, but haven’t really been, but boy are they missing out! About a two hour drive from the city to Greenport, Long Island followed … Continue reading

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