State of the Art-Family Room

The family’s Australian Labradoodle watches over the family room, where designer Kingsley Belcher Knauss chose the sofas to accommodate “his” and “her” seating. “The sectional [foreground] has a bench-style, tightly […]

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For the Fun of It-Living Room

The Cowtan & Tout fabric on the window wall and sofa cushions in the living room was the starting point for the décor in the entire home.

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For the Fun of It-Lounge

LOUNGE | Armchairs, along with the multicolored discs above the fireplace, add pops of color to the otherwise monochromatic lounge. The discs are by Asbury Park artist Darren McManus.

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Mix & Match-Armchairs

ARMCHAIRS | Two armchairs in a reserved off-white hue balance out the orange sofa. Steed’s mother made the pillows on the armchairs.

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Mix & Match-Green Den

GREEN DEN | In the den, deep green walls offer a rich backdrop for the neutral furnishings. Large windows ensure an abundance of natural light.

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Urban Update-Cabinet

Cabinet | A lapis-colored cabinet is flanked by hand-pulled silkscreens of street artist Retna’s work, adding sophistication and edginess to an otherwise conventional space.

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Urban Update-Living Room

The owners relocated from New York City and wanted their new suburban nest to have a metropolitan flavor. With clean lines and a few bold elements, including a Sputnik-style chandelier, […]

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Urban Update-Artwork

Artwork | The designer built drama and interest throughout the home using impactful artwork favored by her clients. A lithograph of Robert Longo’s Men in the Cities series significantly raises […]

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