Features

Orderly Conduct

Smart Ways to Store Your Stuff. It seems we could all do with a lot less baggage. That’s according to Claudia Giselle Tejeda, CID, NCIDQ, of Brooklyn, New York-based Claudia […]

Read More

Beach Scene

Interiors

Designer Laurie Burke-Boice brings casual sophistication to a Union Beach, New Jersey home, not to mention dividing a tall space in half—horizontally—to create entertainment space above the living room. Some […]

Read More

Stairway to Elegance

Interiors

In many ways, this new home is a dream come true for the owners. A stunning spiral staircase in the foyer of a new Short Hills, New Jersey home is […]

Read More

Casting a Glow

Cultured Living

Serve up a warm and welcoming atmosphere when entertaining this autumn. Earlier sunsets signal cooler temperatures in New Jersey and a return to indoor entertaining. Celebrate the change of seasons […]

Read More

Mystical Symbolism

Art & Antiques

Outside the mainstream of spiritual art that was done in the service of conventional religions are works inspired by cults and esoteric philosophies. Art and religion go hand in hand. […]

Read More

Marvels at the Mansion: The Kitchen at Alnwick Hall

Interiors

Mixed materials contribute to a contemporary ambience. The challenge for Lakshmi Sheth, owner and designer at Cabri Inc. in Summit, New Jersey, was creating an aesthetically appealing kitchen in a […]

Read More

Cottage Revival

Interiors

A designer helps a former apartment dweller transform a cotswold cottage-like stone home. Mark Polinski grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania and moved east because he wanted to […]

Read More

Marvels at the Mansion: Dining at the Abbey

Interiors

This eclectic space is both uplifting and bright. Barbara Ostrom’s first foray into this room was, to put it mildly, inauspicious. “The whole ceiling was falling off,” she quips when […]

Read More

What Shines Within

Art & Antiques

Knife boxes were necessities for a well-appointed dining room. At Mount Vernon, George Washington’s Virginia estate, tours of the house begin in the elegant New Room. (Completed in 1787, it’s […]

Read More

Page 1 of 1412345...10...Last »