Block Party-Exterior

The Longport home’s two street facades maintain a residential scale. Garden walls help to visually minimize the distance between the raised first floor and the sidewalk.

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Design in Bloom-Shower

The redesigned shower in this Franklin Lakes home is much larger and more luxurious than the original one. Corner shelving nooks on each side of the tub provide space for […]

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Durable Design-Mud Room_Laundry Room

MUDROOM | Built-in cabinetry helps keep the mudroom orderly, a practical idea because the clients decided on an open-concept space. “There’s no door and it’s not closed off, but it’s neatly […]

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Soothing Simplicity-Bathroom

Wood tones and streamlined furnishings create a simple and stylish natural aesthetic in the primary bathroom of a Saddle River home.

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Sea Girt Sway-Outdoor Shower

Because it’s a full-time residence and beach house, an outdoor shower was a must. The covered area also has direct access to a practical and functional mudroom entry, Grabowski says.

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Sea Girt Sway-Family Room

The family room — located off of the kitchen — layers pretty whites and taupes, warm woods and textured surfaces to create a soft, airy space in a laid-back but […]

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Block Party-Dining

A shady spot on the expansive veranda is ideal for beachside dining at this Longport home.

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Durable Design-Dining Room

A textured wall covering in a muted color adds interest without over­powering the calm vibe of this Bergen County dining room. Pocket doors separate the dining room from the entry. […]

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Sea Girt Sway-Kitchen

Shaker-style cabinets topped with mullioned glass doors and matching fascia and crown molding rise to meet the 10-foot ceiling, says Bill Earnshaw, kitchen and bath designer. Danby marble countertops complement […]

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