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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 […]

Sag Harbor

05 . 24 . 10

If you asked me before for my favorite town in the Hamptons, I would have said Southampton without missing a beat. It’s pretty and perfectly manicured and has lots of cute stores but this weekend, I finally succumbed to the charms of Sag Harbor. It has such a quaint Main Street, USA feeling that I […]

After you visit Ruby Beets, make sure you head next door to JED. I could have also bought everything in this chic shop. It’s a mix of French antiques and new pieces that all have a certain je ne sais quoi. While some pieces were expensive, those two chairs out front were only $450 for […]

This weekend, I spent visiting all my favorite stores in Sag Harbor which included Ruby Beets, a favorite of almost every designer. It’s a small space but it’s packed to the rafters with new and antique treasures. I especially loved all the lamps and photographs of sea and sky by Mary Ellen Bartley but in […]