Features

Midcentury Makeover

Architecture/Build

An Essex County renovation offers 21st-century updates while honoring the home’s architectural essence This Montclair, New Jersey, home was constructed in 1956, right in the middle of the Midcentury Modern […]

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Sentimental Journey

Featured Homes

A designer draws from her life experience to combine softness with edginess (and livestock!) at her Moorestown home Barette Widell found her Burlington County home while searching for real estate […]

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Building on Tradition

Featured Homes

A new home in Ridgewood puts a fresh spin on a classic colonial ‘The clients wanted a traditional, New England-feeling home that looked like it had been there forever but […]

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Ground Work

Expert Advice

Lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers, walkways & driveways add a finishing touch Landscaping and hardscaping play an important role in complementing a home’s exterior, tying it to the surrounding property, protecting it […]

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‘Mad Men’ Charisma

Featured Homes

The iconic television series inspires the design of a Summit condo The Midcentury Modern vibe of “Mad Men” — the critically acclaimed television series depicting the 1960s world of Madison Avenue […]

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Yuletide Cool

Iconic Design

Aluminum Christmas trees offer nostalgic charm With the dawn of the Space Age in 1957, political, technological and cultural horizons started to expand like never before. A new focus on […]

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Contemporary Calling

Featured Homes

A Short Hills renovation takes on a fresh, modern attitude A young family with three children had big plans for their expansive Short Hills property: a full-scale renovation that would […]

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Renovation on Ridge Road

Expert Advice

Interior designer Jaclyn Isaac, principal of Doni Douglas Design in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, loves a home with history. That’s among the reasons the self-described “serial old-home lover” and her husband, […]

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Highlighting History

Featured Homes

A Tudor-style home gets an update that honors its origins The stately 1929 home in Essex County, New Jersey, is a classic example of Tudor design, with beautiful leaded-glass windows […]

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