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John F. Peto

Art & Antiques

Island Heights’ trompe l’oeil painter. John Frederick Peto, a 19th-century still life painter, never had a single exhibit in his lifetime. He lived quietly, he made quiet paintings and, when […]

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Entertaining: Ladies Who Brunch

Cultured Living

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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Shades of Light

Featured Homes

The Tiffany lamp is an icon of Art Nouveau style with a history of innovation, imitation and a little mystery. Turn on a Tiffany lamp and the stained-glass shade comes […]

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Beauty in the Night

Art & Antiques

The “Night Clock” was designed by papal request. Once upon a time, there was a pope who couldn’t sleep… That could be the opening line of a story—a story about […]

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Crafted by Hand

Expert Advice

Think they don’t make furniture like that anymore? Think again. Nowadays, we’re used to shopping for finished products—prepared food, ready-to-wear clothing. And we’re so accustomed to choosing furniture from a […]

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Cooking Up Nostalgia

Iconic Design

The AGA cooker has traveled a storied path since its introduction as a multipurpose appliance and now stands ready for its second century. The gleaming stainless steel ranges that dominate […]

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Uncover How to Achieve a Nearly Seamless Look

Web Exclusive

The latest trend in today’s interior design is sleek and uncluttered. Laminam panels were created specifically to meet this challenge. These large, thin porcelain panels are the only design solution […]

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Breaking With Tradition

Featured Homes

For a Morris County couple, a new home calls for a new style. It was time for a change. That’s what the owners of this 8,000-square-foot home decided when they […]

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Living Off the Land

Architecture

A neighborhood in Basking Ridge marries style and sustainability. Our ancestors were adept at working with nature to create a high quality of life for themselves. Somewhere along the way—between […]

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