“Weddings used to be one-dimensional,” she says. But now, “rather than focusing on one distinct element like the flower arrangements, or confined by a two-color rule, couples are more holistic and open-minded in their approach.” This doesn’t mean the wow factor no longer matters. It just means couples have more choices and fewer rules.
The Cavalier used to be a playground for the rich. Before it fell into decades of disrepair, the hotel hosted 10 presidents and a collection of celebrities, including Muhammad Ali, Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland. It was a destination, even more than the beach itself. And that is exactly what the owners of the newly refurbished gem hope will be true again.
At the end of a long, oyster shell drive on the shore of Lake Christine, modernism has collaborated with nature to create Chip and Christy Rudolf’s spectacular residence. Dramatic yet tranquil, its design owes as much to the modernist principles of clean lines, basic shapes and geometric forms as it does to the inspiration of bright sky, shimmering water and mature trees.
As Historic Garden Week marks a milestone, homes on the Lynnhaven showcase the joys of living indoors and out.
This once humble fishing cottage is all grown up, but it hasn’t forgotten its roots. Its makeover into an unselfconsciously hip, casual and contemporary space is perfect for relaxing and entertaining.
Drew Ungvarsky, CEO of Grow, a digital branding agency based on downtown Granby Street, bought the place in 2015 with wife Amber for a little more than $500,000. They’ve been pouring their hearts – and pocketbooks – into it ever since.