As the seasons change and shorter days turn into cozy evenings, thoughts naturally shift to spending more time indoors—and that means updating your home to reflect this new mood. With plenty of styles competing for our attention, transitioning from warmer weather to more seasonal décor has no shortage of options.
That sentiment, expressed so very long ago reflects the affection still held today by many of the residents of Nassau County’s Sea Cliff—a one-square mile jewel of a town.
Doing what she does best, Food Network celebrity chef, Ina Garten, hosted an elegant garden party this past summer to benefit the Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center at the Pat & Mary Bagnato Place for Kids (CAC) in Central Islip. Serving up food and drinks to fans and foodies in her East Hampton home promised an afternoon of fine wines, hors d’oeuvres and an opportunity to support a thought-provoking topic.