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British Invasion



The new Farrow & Ball showroom in Westport has everything you need to create your own wonder walls.

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The next time you’re satisfying your craving for tart frozen yogurt at Robek’s in Westport, you might notice a new store located right next door. Farrow & Ball, the British manufacturer of traditional paint and wallpaper, will open a new showroom this September, filled with everything you need to give your walls a fresh, contemporary look. The store also offers the company’s full range of interior and exterior eco-friendly paints, and complimentary personal color consultants are available to provide customers with suggestions and advice every step of the way.

396 Post Road East, Westport, 203-221-3117, farrow-ball.com.


Kohler Goes Bolder


photograph courtesy of kohler

Kohler has collaborated with our favorite hue-happy designer Jonathan Adler to introduce a series of six sinks for the kitchen and bath in four fabulous hues. The collection features three sinks for the bath and three for the kitchen, in Piccadilly Yellow, Palermo Blue, Annapolis Navy, and the color that holds a special place in our hearts, Greenwich Green! These vibrant pieces will add a modern, fun or even funky feel to your space, and certainly make a statement. For a really fresh look, we especially love them in an all-white kitchen or bath for a punch of unexpected color, but however you use them, these sinks are sure to brighten up your space and bring a smile to your face. For more details, visit kohler.com.

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