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Elle Decor Feature | Red Kitchens

I am delighted to be featured in Elle Decor’s article¬†30+ BEST RED KITCHENS FOR THE BOLDEST AMONG US. Please click on the link to Elle Decor to view their gallery of gorgeous, red kitchens. If you would like to see more of my Spanish Revival Kitchen pictured in the gallery visit my portfolio here.   … Read the full article

James Swan’s Million Dollar Decorating Podcast

    I am so honored¬†to be a part of James Swan’s Million Dollar Decorating Podcast. I have been a follower of his blog for some time, and am delighted to have recently had the opportunity to share some of my design philosophies with his listeners. If you haven’t done so yet, visit James’ blog … Read the full article

The Kitchen Banquette

Commonplace in restaurants and other public spaces, it is now the ‚Äėbenchmark‚Äô for banquettes to be adopted for use in the home, and it is easy to see why. A banquette offers an alternative way to provide extra seating when space is limited. They¬†can be cozy, warm, and inviting. ¬†They are a place for a … Read the full article

Spring Ramps

    My husband Charles and I have always loved to cook. Not because I am a kitchen designer ‚Äď I just love it and it is an added bonus for me. I never really write about it, but as I get more and more into writing blogs in between working in my Greenwich, CT … Read the full article

Art to the Avenue | Sarah Blank Kitchen and Bath

  Art to the Avenue starts on May 5th! This year at Sarah Blank Kitchen and Bath we are showcasing the work of six fabulous artists, and we hope to see you at our beautiful studio located at 19 West Putnam Ave in Greenwich, CT. Every¬†May,¬†with the overwhelming support of the Greenwich business community, the … Read the full article

Break the Mold With These Kitchen Color Options

Say goodbye to boring and break free from the misconception that many homeowners have that says the kitchen must be white. Sure, neutral tones can be elegant, but so can shades of blue and green when executed to perfection! If you‚Äôre looking to put a unique spin on your luxury kitchen design, here are a … Read the full article

Planning Ahead: Inserts for Silverware

“The details are not the details. They make the design.” – Charles Eames Even the most minute items in your kitchen require organization. Well-organized and stored silverware will make access easy, as well as protect your cutlery. It’s important to know the make for the pieces to fit properly. You can never go wrong by … Read the full article

Parish-Hadley Tree of Life:  By Brian McCarthy and Bunny Williams

  Albert Hadley and Sister Parish set a standard in the design industry for more than 30 years. They were commissioned by the most prestigious families, everyone from the Kennedys at the White House, to the Astors, Rockefellers and Gettys. Now thirty¬†of the most renowned designers and architects have come together to tell about their … Read the full article

The Marble House – Dorset, VT

  Not long ago, I attended a benefit in Dorset, Vermont. The event, a dinner and charity auction, raised proceeds for programs at The Marble House, or¬†Manley-Lef√®vre House. Added to the National¬†Register of Historic Places in 1990, the Federal-style property was built in 1815 with¬†marble quarried from the land on which it resides. The original … Read the full article

Top 10 Kitchen Accessories

Part of what makes a good design functional is making sure that the accessories used in your kitchen are the most efficient for your needs. Some may¬†seem like a good idea, but when you really take a look at them they take up more space than it‚Äôs worth.¬†Many of these items have clearances that need … Read the full article