Jil Gordon, a Delray Beach resident and artist who specializes in murals, is in the business of creating a “wow” effect in homes around the country.
Inside each Behind The Hedges magazine, our Master Craftsman column highlights people who help make our house a home.
Janet Markarian created Orient Linen Co. more than 20 years ago and now her daughter, Abigail Collier, is taking the linen and cotton products to the next level.
Stewart Raccuglia of Legacy Brick and Stone, a mason for nearly 25 years, specializes
in creating outdoor spaces, as well as driveways for East End homes.
Rob Meyer of Palm Beach Craftsman turned his passion for woodworking into a business, which specializes in custom wood furniture and more.
Ron Genereux of Artgroove turned his love of mural painting into a business that specializes in decorative finishes.
A carpenter and wood finisher by trade, the Greenport native is now designing and fabricating wood store displays, signs, finishings and much more.
New doesn’t always mean better. Distinctive vintage and antique furnishings offer an inherent level of quality and history, but a growing number of East End aesthetes are now looking to take that stalwart and storied character of the old and make it extraordinary and new.
Few carpenters specialize in handcrafting stairs and railing. Steven Lang breaks the mold.
Lotito sums up this skill level among the professional members of his 38 Montauk Plumbing & Heating employees like this: “Old-school quality, backed by new-age technology.”