Real Estate & Home

Gardens Going Up
Who said plants need to grow in the ground? This movement in landscape design has gardens growing vertically. The kaleidoscope of shapes, colors and textures not only looks like art, but the space saving design makes the garden accessible at any height. Read Full Article
Extraordinary Estates
Long Island has no shortage of beautiful homes. From the North Shore area the Vanderbilts used to call home to beachfront Hamptons properties, our annual feature of dream homes captures five of the most enviable abodes. Read Full Article
Flora of the Future
Hydroponics expert Keith Roberto explains why this year’s garden might just be the easiest one ever. Read Full Article
Mastering the Mudroom
Prep the hardest working room in the house for the toughest season. Smart designs enable a mudroom to handle muck, puddles and summer’s sand and wet towels. Read Full Article
The Heart of the Yard
Entertaining outdoors is effortless with the right help. From location to size to materials, our look at outdoor kitchens is the first step towards a handsome, durable hearth for gathering crowds between small and large. Read Full Article
Thawing Market
Those looking to buy this year have to be ready to pounce, armed with pre-approved mortgages thanks to low(ish) rates. Sellers: It’s now or never to put the house up because a market that hit bottom is clawing its way back. Read Full Article
Home Front
Now is the time to assess your home’s curb appeal. Like what you see? These design tips help to focus attention on a few details that pay off the most. Read Full Article
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