The kitchen of Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s former New York apartment is outfitted with cabinetry and butcher-block countertops by Fanuka; the island is clad in unlacquered brass and topped with Breccia Imperiale marble from Artistic Tile.
Photo: Getty Images PortofinoThis photogenic fishing village is known for its historic charm, candy-colored houses, and panoramic views of the Ligurian Sea. It’s also home to luxury resorts and high-end shopping.
A combination of wood and stone materials in the kitchen creates this warm and rustic look. A perfect set for a cottage somewhere deep in the mountains.
As flat as a pancake, this British Overseas Territory just north of the dual-nation island of St. Maarten/St. Martin has come to be known as the place to really get away from it all—and not do much once you're there.Fly to AXA from St. Maarten (SXM) or take the ferry from Marigot in St. Martin.BEST FOR: BEACHES | FOOD
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With their still surfaces and spectrum of colors, lakes showcase some of the most mesmerizing qualities of water.