Midcentury Mindset-Kitchen

Upper cabinets in this remodeled kitchen are walnut. Base cabinets are lacquered in the same yellow finish as the front door. Pops of blue make their presence known. The Andy […]

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Give & Take-kitchen

The dated kitchen was outfitted with new flooring and backsplash tile. Most of the original cabinetry was retained with selective editing of fussy details, such as the corbels above the […]

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Classic Colonial Reimagined-Kitchen

A new island covered in reclaimed barn wood is a centerpiece of this updated kitchen design, while a streamlined cabinetry wall with a herringbone backsplash simplifies the view from the […]

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Give & Take-Console

“I love this whole vignette with two blue paintings over the console,” designer Karen B. Wolf says. Blue accents are used in many rooms in the Short Hills home. “We […]

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Change of Plans – Kitchen

The light fixture above the island adds visual interest. “We took a very thoughtful approach to lighting,” designer Kelli Suozzo says. “Lighting is sculptural, almost artwork. And, as I’ve been […]

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The Bright Side – Kitchen

Previous owners installed the large doors in the kitchen. “They did a really nice job of opening up the back,” designer Alexa Ralff says. At the island, Ralff added stools […]

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Inside Out-Dining Room

“My clients were looking for a very open floor plan,” architectural designer Richard Bubnowski says. “The kitchen and dining area are essentially one continuous open space.” Natural textures such as […]

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Family Ties – Kitchen

The bespoke kitchen cabinetry with its “beachy” proprietary stain on premium-grade walnut “appears to be a simple Shaker style, but there is much more to it,” kitchen designer and architect […]

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Inside Out-Outdoor Countertop

Homeowner Rae Celentano is pictured preparing a meal through the hydraulic pass-thru window. “It’s completely manual,” architectural designer Richard Bubnowski says, but it’s “very functional and gets lots of use.” […]

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