Habitat

Mark Wilson of Wilsonville surrounded by items from the Amagansett store, including a portrait of an unknown baseball player. Durell Godfrey
There was no one room, though, where the whole family could fit
The facade and original rooms of the 233-year-old Stafford Hedges house remain intact although it has been expanded at back. At right, a small sun room was added by previous owners. Durell Godfrey

Garden of Tony Ingrao & Randy Kemper
East Hampton’s heritage is alive and well on the Montauk bluffs
The view may be toward Portugal, but the property bespeaks of comfort. Matthew Carbone

An unfinished quilt was on the sewing table in Sydney Albertini’s living room. Below, the ceramic dinnerware Ms. Albertini designs and paints, every piece unique, is sold at Barneys, among other locations. Carissa Katz

John Birch’s decision to have an exhibit of work by Hans Wegner and Johannes Hansen at his store Wyeth in Sagaponack inspired him to open a second branch at the old Plitt Ford dealership in Wainscott. Catherine Tandy Photos

A sculpture of blue-glass pebbles by Maya Lyn is a centerpiece of Edwina von Gal’s garden, featured in Guild Hall’s Garden as Art tour on Saturday. Durell Godfrey