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Saturday, 5 March, 2011

I spent the last couple of days in Sag Harbor to get out of the city and check out how some of the decor and design shops are stocking up for the up-coming season. One shop I have been watching since it opened last year is wellNEST.
Housed in an historic fishing captains house from the 1750’s on the main street, wellNEST aims to provide visitors with a unique experience where a healthier way of living is not only good for you, but looks good too. Visit their website to learn more about founder Richard Ash, MD’s unique healing specialties and all of the beautiful and eco friendly items displayed throughout the old houses nooks and crannies.

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