Hudson Valley Chef Ric Orlando shares the secrets behind his mouthwatering chicken cacciatore dish that's perfect for fall and winter days.
It's important to shop local, but when you purchase beautiful items crafted by makers in the Hudson Valley it's a win-win.
Decorative artist Muriel Calderon creates glorious illusions with paint and plaster
During an 18th century-inspired makeover, the two-car garage of a contemporary Ulster County house is transformed into a gracious living room full of traditional touches
A former ad man finds his true calling working with his hands
James Dinsmore’s marvelous garden just keeps growing and growing
For one couple, making over an old-time Ulster County house meant keeping it much the same
A Beacon architect transforms a 19th-century carriage house and stable into a stunning contemporary home
Taking his cues from classic Italian gardens, a landscape designer uses local materials and lush plantings to create his own interpretation
Although the topsy-turvy economy may mean no major makeovers just now, there are easy, inexpensive ways to summerize your home, inside and out
You can think globally and buy locally at these shops, which offer beautiful home accessories from all over the world
Corinne Hudson’s colorful canvas floorcloths combine beauty and practicality
An Ulster County designer adds the spare esthetic of Japan to the simple geometry of Bauhaus and creates a soothing retreat
An enthusiastic gardener’s vegetable plot looks good year-round
Two creative designers bring an 1847 stone house back to its former glory
A 1940s house becomes a live-in gallery for an avid collector
Leonie Lacouette’s up-to-the-minute, fanciful clocks
Chef Ric Orlando offers four budget-balancing, delicious, one-pot chicken recipes from around the world — along with a side order of philosophy
Times are tough, and most of us aren’t going to be selling our houses or spending a bundle on major makeovers for a while. But the more turbulent it gets out there in the big, ...
The winter landscape can be dreary, but one of the things I like about it is that after the trees lose their leaves, you can see where the birds made their nests. The window of ...