Softening 'ultra-minimalist'


Who says "upscale contemporary" and "thrift-shop affordable" can't coexist? Certainly not interior designer Wendy Seewagen, who pulled off a pin-money makeover in the master bedroom of her 10,000-square-foot Sag Harbor house. -- By Jan Tyler

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