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Hiring Landscaping Professionals
We conclude a three-part series on the advantages of hiring credentialed design professionals. The first two parts discussed interior design and architecture. In this issue we consider the landscape profession.
Be inspired by outdoor projects and products just in time to plan for summer!
The Carefree House: Siding & Trim
Consider these tips on products that look great but won't tie you down with continual maintenance.
The Power of Paint
Some people love color. Others fear it. Read expert tips on how to choose what's best for you.
A copper hood over the cooktop and Wood-Mode cabinetry are among the standout features of an Englewood kitchen that exudes warmth. An Alpine resort inspired the kitchen, which was designed by Ulrich Inc. Photo by Peter Rymwid.
In the Current Issue
February/March 2017 on newsstands now!
We welcome the new year with a fresh redesign of our print magazine. We've added departments to help you live better in your homes, refreshed layouts with larger photos and some new fonts, chose a heavier paper stock for an even more luxurious feel and focused on the advantages of living in the interesting, exciting and beautiful state of New Jersey.
Dark & Serious to Bright & Whimsical
Designer Tracey Butler turns a shore Victorian’s somber, traditional interiors into bright, fun spacesContinue Reading
Take Me Away
A new kitchen in Englewood transports homeowners to an alpine resortContinue Reading
Surmounting the Stereotype
A split-level takes on a new identityContinue Reading
Tips from a Pro
How to Mix Patterns Like A ProContinue Reading
Rites of Winter
Lift your spirits with a simple yet elegant dinner partyContinue Reading
The Paradox of Wildlife Art
Idyllic depictions at odds with an ongoing tragedyContinue Reading
South American equestrian silver was made to be noticedContinue Reading
Declarations of Independence
Today’s technology and design assure homeowners can age in place without throwing aesthetics under the busContinue Reading
Whistle While You Work
Design NJ launches a new Iconic Design feature with the Whistling Bird Kettle designed by Michael GravesContinue Reading
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A Peaceful, Easy Feeling
An over-embellished, impractical kitchen in Old Tappan regains its composure thanks to cabinetry design by Joseph Salerno of Ribbon and Reed Cabinetry Inc., tile design by Antonella Romano of Stone and Tile Emporium and interior design by Maureen McElwain of McElwain Interiors.
A bright white kitchen designed by Alison A. Griffin of Canterbury Design Kitchen Interiors channels a Parisian Patisserie with personal flair
An Upper Montclair kitchen straddles the line between formal and casual with a design by Rachael H. Grochowski of RHG Architecture Design.
A skillful assemblage of textures and materials by Tess Giuliani transforms a Ridgewood kitchen into a work of art.