State of the Art-Living Room

LIVING ROOM | The owners nixed standard décor in favor of a billiard table and lots of comfy seating in the living room. The space is a hit with guests. “It […]

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State of the Art-Dining Room

In the dining room, “we kept the window treatments a pale gold to work with the wall color,” Knauss says. Sheer bronze curtains on brass hardware complement the goldleaf on […]

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For the Fun of It-Toile Guest Room

TOILE GUEST ROOM | The bedding and window treatments in this guest room are “presented to look like toile,” the designer says. The artwork under the window is a Japanese […]

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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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Mix & Match-Master Bedroom

MASTER BEDROOM | Three repurposed antique ceiling tiles hang above the bed as artwork in the master bedroom.

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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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State of the Art-Study

STUDY | The homeowners consider the study the “adult family room” because of its proximity to the bar, Knauss says. “The acid yellow walls are a surprising touch against the […]

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For the Fun of It-Deck

DECK | Colors on the deck also pull from the wallpaper that inspired the design of the interior spaces.

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Mix & Match-Roof

Robert Lynch Steed (left) and Matthew Adam Smith enjoy a warm afternoon on the roof of their Jersey City brownstone.

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