Formal Follows Function – Outdoor Kitchen

The outdoor kitchen contains (from left) a trash bin, a grill above a storage cabinet, refrigerator drawers and an ice machine. The countertop is Crema Eda marble. The backdrop is […]

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Formal Follows Function – Exterior

Retaining walls step up the slope of Janet and Michael Wanderman’s property. Behind the lower slab-marble retaining wall, ‘Green Velvet’ boxwoods form a hedge in front of Knock Out® roses. […]

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Formal Follows Function – Courtyard

COURTYARD | This courtyard (opposite), a hub leading to various entertainment zones, brims with lush land­scaping: compact ‘Globosa’ blue spruce edged with blue-blooming vinca, ‘Bobo’ hydrangeas (right), multitrunk crape myrtles […]

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A Place of Harmony – Stone Steps

STONE STEPS | One of the most prized areas of the farm is this stone stairway leading from the main house kitchen to the spa barn. The hand-forged railing—designed, created […]

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Distinguished Design – Exterior

This Princeton, New Jersey home was designed in 1925. “The original color around the windows was green,” Grant says. Though black might have been a safer way to go because […]

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A Place of Harmony – Guest House 1

GUEST HOUSE | Bark-skinned local cedars form the porch fencing and balustrade leading up to a chinked square-edge log cabin, one of two guest houses on the property. A wrap-around […]

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Formal Follows Function – Walkway

‘Green Velvet’ boxwoods edge the walkway of Turkish marble (Crema Eda is the marble’s official name; it’s also used near the pool). The blossoms of ‘Bobo’ hydrangeas and taller tree […]

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