Cover Your Table in Summertime Blues

A sunny take on the summertime blues The design team at Kim Seybert, a maker of fine tabletop decor and luxury home accessories, always brings a fresh perspective to the […]

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A Tale of Two Houses

Lambert Castle and the Botto Residence tell opposite sides of a story In 1892, a Paterson, New Jersey millionaire named Catholina Lambert set out to build the mansion of his […]

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The It Girl’s Sofa

Madame Récamier left a lasting legacy to the furniture world    If you were listing the attributes that make someone an “It girl,” Juliette Récamier circa 1800 would tick all […]

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Appetite for Al Fresco

Say goodbye to Old Man Winter. Get into the swing of spring and throw a garden party! Whether at your favorite restaurant or in your own backyard, there’s something about […]

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Casual Affair

Dining rooms: Make them inviting, fun and user-friendly Mealtime is family time at the home of designer Lisa Cloughen, owner of Melone Cloughen Interiors LLC in Morristown, New Jersey. Rather […]

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Salute the Seasons

Whether you’re hosting the last casual get-together of summer or the first dinner party of autumn, create a table setting that pays homage to the changing year. As summer fades […]

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A Print Mystery

A Bergen County, NJ, woman’s search for an artist’s identity. Coral Petretti’s collecting obsession began more than 30 years ago. It was in the mid-1980s. She backed her car out […]

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Vive la Faience!

French faience ceramics have a colorful history. In 1689, France was at war with much of Europe and its military was drastically underfunded. So King Louis XIV demanded that the […]

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In Search of an Opening

Pocket corkscrews were a practical accessory for the well-dressed man or woman. You never know when you might be called upon to uncork a bottle of wine. If you were […]

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