Romancing The Stone

In Califon, a 19th-century home gets a respectful revamp The Civil-War-Era dwelling charmed the homeowner at first sight. “I’ve always loved stone houses,” she says. “I just fell in love […]

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Only Natural

Manhattan residents escape the visual noise of the city in a relaxed but chic home by the sea Living and working full time in Manhattan, a couple with two small […]

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Sense and Sensibility

A Ridgewood home marries high style and high function For two world-traveling movers and shakers, relocating from a city to this 1920s Tudor in the suburbs was all about settling […]

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A Marriage of Tastes

One house, three bathroom renovations, two shared visions A move from Manhattan to the Morris County suburbs prompted a complete overhaul of the bathrooms and other spaces in a colonial […]

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10 Tips for Designing a Healthy Home

Create spaces that calm, nourish and restore Designing homes to improve health, mind and well-being is essential — perhaps now more than ever.  For designer Terri Fiori — principal of […]

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Michael Graves – An American Legacy

Editor’s Note: We were honored when world-renowned architect and product designer Michael Graves agreed to allow us to photograph and write about his Princeton, NJ, home. And we were saddened […]

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