Archive for February, 2016

Our latest issue, Seasons at Connecticut Country House, has arrived! We’ve created 200+ pages (274 to be exact!) filled with our original, beautiful photography and smart, new decorating, gardening, and entertaining tips that I hope
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We are big Jamie Oliver fans. Catching him on PBS years ago, we found his cooking style and demeanor both inviting and irresistible. Any dish he concocts seems so easy to make, and we get
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January is a great month for kicking back by the fire and pouring over seed catalogs. By February, their pages are soft and dog-eared. I’m full of inspiration and chomping at the bit to get
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Before the days of virtual pinning on Pinterest, I learned the technique of actual pinning during my days at Ralph Lauren. Twice a week, my team met with Ralph to present new lifestyle ideas for
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When you walk into the foyer of Connecticut Country House, one of the first things you’ll notice is my beloved eighteenth-century corner cabinet. Within it (and now also around it) is an ever-changing, mini natural
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About four years ago, dear friends of mine gave me this wonderful pair of myrtle topiaries. Now double their original size, they’re thriving nicely. I’ll let you in on a few of my secrets: I keep
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It’s Valentine’s Day and I’m reminded that what really makes Connecticut Country House a wonderful place to be, isn’t what’s on the walls, placed underfoot or collected from an antiques shop. It’s a vibe. A
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My cousin Judy is famous for her baking skills. A while back, she taught me how to make her rendition of classic Linzer cookies. A favorite at Connecticut Country House, this recipe was the perfect
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Using white plates is standard fare at Connecticut Country House. White forms, in all various shapes and sizes, adds a fresh and modern POV to any table setting. Whether used as a foundation, or as
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Conveniently located at the end of the gallery of Connecticut Country House is a small bathroom. Despite its petite proportions, it’s a full bath that has everything you need. The vanity is an old cupboard
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