Symbol of Space

Light fixture symbolizes the optimism of new frontiers. Your first glimpse of a Sputnik chandelier might give you an out-of-this-world moment, and that was exactly the intention. The central orb and […]

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Summer Style

Boost the elegance in this season of casual living. Promise yourself that one evening this summer you will surprise your family—and perhaps yourself—by keeping the plastic stowed in the pantry […]

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European Roots of the Hudson River School

Two local exhibits shed light on the relationship. The Hudson River School was America’s first home-grown art movement. It is still a source of national pride, both because of the […]

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Year-Round Color

Shrubs can be the unsung hero of your landscape. The goal of having a colorful landscape year-round in New Jersey may be easier than you think with a little planning, […]

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Bring on Spring

A variety of antique vessels was made for blooming bulbs. Antiques dealer Jorge Welsh recently offered for sale a group of charming porcelain objects. Made in China in the mid-18th […]

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Entertaining: Passion for Flowers

Think bright and colorful when setting your table for spring. Banish the grays and browns that have dulled the landscape this past winter with a table setting awash in the […]

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Have a Seat

Ingenuity—and possibly a little disingenuity— mark the history of the popular Adirondack chair. Proving there is beauty in simplicity, the Adirondack chair has unassumingly become an icon of summer. How […]

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Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist

The ability to bridge various art movements in single works is a hallmark of her career. In the mid-1960s, Kay WalkingStick was a young wife and mother living in Englewood, […]

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Entertaining: Ladies Who Brunch

Casual designs encourage enjoyable get-togethers. The opening of Serena & Lily’s newest retail location in Summit —the first in New Jersey—inspired designer Cory Connor to create a casual Girlfriends’ Brunch […]

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