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Designer Showhouse of New Jersey: Chatham Interiors

Interiors

Color and creativity combine in fund-raiser. Elizabeth Humphry imagined the master bedroom/sitting room as a space “designed for a couple who inherited many antique pieces from their families, but who […]

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Bring on Spring

Art & Antiques

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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Designer Showhouse of New Jersey: Living Room

Interiors

Color and creativity combine in fund-raiser. When Jennifer McGee walked into this room, it was in need of embellishment. “The ‘before’ room had no moldings or trim,” she notes, so […]

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Entertaining: Passion for Flowers

Cultured Living

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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Designer Showhouse of New Jersey: Dining Room

Interiors

Color and creativity combine in fund-raiser. When Mark Polo saw this room, he “wanted to make it warm and inviting for dining. I’m finding from my clientele that the need […]

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Designer Showhouse of New Jersey: Blue Bedroom

Interiors

Color and creativity combine in fund-raiser. David Zisa wanted to make a bold statement in this bedroom. “I wanted to make a darker, more dramatic space,” he says. To that […]

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All About the View

Interiors

A sunroom addition in Hunterdon County, New Jersey complements its serene surroundings. When your home sits amid beautiful surroundings, you should have at least one room where you can relax […]

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Have a Seat

Iconic Design

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

Art & Antiques

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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