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When I was out in Sag Harbor in April, you may remember that I had the opportunity to visit Steven Gambrel‘s gorgeous project at 42 Howard Street in person.  I just found out that the house is still for sale and will be having an open house on Friday, June 17th from 2;30-4:30pm. I posted photos […]

I’m arrived in Sag Harbor today for much needed getaway. It’s my favorite place in the Hamptons and always makes me so happy.  I already checked out the new Jayson Home Pop Up Shop, Bloom, and all the charming houses along Main Street. I’m staying at Baron’s Cove again which has also become a favorite place […]

Another Dream Kitchen

04 . 19 . 16

Sorry for the radio silence. I took a few days off to enjoy the weekend in the Hamptons and my birthday. One special treat was the opportunity to see Steven Gambrel’s project at 42 Howard Street in Sag Harbor, the Captain Overton House that I posted recently. Needless to say, it was even better in person […]

I’m off to Sag Harbor this morning for a little weekend getaway with a friend before celebrating my birthday on Monday at The Polo Bar. I’ve never been out east this early in the season but I’m looking forward to a relaxing stay at Baron’s Cove again. I also can’t wait to stop by the open […]

Captain Overton House

04 . 04 . 16

One of my readers emailed me this weekend to ask if I had seen the house in Sag Harbor that Steven Gambrel just put up for sale. Sag Harbor is my favorite town in the Hamptons. The former fishing village is quaint, charming, walkable, and more down to earth than rest of the Hamptons. I actually looked […]

One of the most amazing old homes in Sag Harbor is the Hannibal French House on Main Street. It was built in 1834 but redesigned and enlarged in 1860 by “one of the more illustrious whaling and ship owning families” according to the Sag Harbor Historical Society. The elaborate Italianate home was also restored by more […]

What my Instagram account is to the Upper East Side, that’s what Howie Guja‘s is to the East End of Long Island. I’ve been following Howie for years and love all his quintessentially American photos. I even introduced him and his family to my friend Alice and hers and now their children play together on weekends.  Recently others have […]

I’m headed to Sag Harbor tomorrow and I can’t wait for a little respite away from the city.  It’s my favorite place in the Hamptons since it’s more low key and relaxed than other areas. All the architecture out east is lovely but for some reason it looks even more charming in Sag Harbor.  Maybe because the […]

Across the street from Bloom is another great home store called MONC XIII. It opened last year to rave reviews but this was my first time visiting.  I especially loved the French linens and leather clad coolers.  The Hermes china wasn’t too shabby either.  Definitely check it out on your next visit to Sag Harbor.  […]

Bon Weekend

08 . 02 . 13

The best part of Sag Harbor is the car watching.  This cute Karmann Ghia was one of the best I saw and makes me want one immediately. Of course, that would mean this New Yorker would have to start driving again so maybe I should start practicing in preparation.  Bon weekend! Photos by Heather Clawson […]

While walking in Sag Harbor last Sunday, I ran into interior designer Kristen McGinnis, who told me that I had to stop into Bloom (no website).  I’ve been to Sag Harbor many times but have never been to Bloom which I realize now was a huge shame.  Not only does it have the chicest exterior […]

I’m not the only who is smitten with Sag Harbor. Artist Paul Rafferty, who currently has a solo show at the Grenning Gallery, spends time painting plein air on the East End and has captured the beauty of the beach as well as everyday life around town. The small studies are taken back to his […]