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26 talented designers fashion their dream retreats at the Hampton Designer Showhouse
2015 New Trad designer Jen Going creates a vibrantly hued, family-friendly Hamptons retreat inspired by a colorful family photo
Nashville-based 2015 New Trad designer Julie Couch mixes masculinity and refinement to create a family home in which opposites attract.
With the help of 2015 New Trad designer Blair Harris, a daunting move becomes a fun new start for a couple and their three children.
Kid-friendly and peaceful go hand-in-hand for a family of six, thanks to 2014 New Trad designer Rachel Halvorson.
2013 New Trad designer Andrew Maier filled this farmhouse with rich texture and color
2014 New Trad designer Timothy Brown eradicates the expected and breathes modern life into a Hamptons house for a family of eight.
2013 New Trad Heather Garrett gives a 1950's ranch home a stylish update
2013 New Trad designer Katie Lydon works her magic in an Upper East Side, Manhattan apartment
Blooms and boxwoods dress a New York City family’s Litchfield Hills hideaway in serene beauty
Vibrant teals and palest pinks play happily together in a sun-drenched Nashville home
Jason Oliver Nixon tells how he and partner John Loecke found a home in High Point—and splashed it with color and pattern
A 100-year-old Philadelphia estate gets a fresh look from 2012 New Trad designer Mona Ross Berman
New York City’s Holiday House excites with celebratory interiors
In a Virginia home, a fresh, youthful palette is music to the eyes
The 100-year-old home of a High Point, North Carolina, furniture pioneer is revitalized for the 21st century
The home of J.McLaughlin co-founder Kevin McLaughlin displays the same charm and playful spirit as his clothing
Dennis Basso, a couture fashion designer who has dressed the world’s most beautiful women, lavishes every corner of his Hamptons retreat with blue-and-white splendor
The inimitable designer Charles Faudree brings color, comfort, and a whole lot of heart to one of his final projects
24 sun-filled spaces—including a covered porch and a pool house with terrace—evoke summer style in the Hampton Designer Showhouse