Past Forward-Breakfast area

The renovated kitchen and breakfast area — crafted in familiar forms and harmonious proportions that respect the character of place — accommodates the needs of a modern family in this […]

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Past Forward-Breakfast area2

The breakfast area in this Lawrenceville home contains a wall oven, microwave (neither pictured) and additional pantry storage. A coffee bar on the opposite side of the room contains a […]

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Work Flow-Dark2

Built-ins house a motorized television that disappears when not in use in this Colts Neck home office. Chevron-patterned drapes add a finishing touch to the gentlemen’s-club feel.

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Highlighting History-Primary bathroom

In the primary bathroom of this Essex County Tudor-style home, the clients chose unlacquered brass vanities, inspired by similar fixtures seen while they were guests at the Greenwich Hotel in […]

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Highlighting History-Kitchen with Hood

Cabinets in a custom white tone keep the mood light in the kitchen, while walnut accents, such as the range hood trim and open shelving, relate to the walnut floors […]

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Going Strong-Powder Room

Light reflections create variations in the wall covering in this striking powder room in Wyckoff.

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Block Party-Bedroom Balcony

The owners asked that every bedroom in this Longport home have its own private balcony. “It was a primary design consideration,” architect Stephen Fenwick says. A railing consisting of newel […]

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Block Party-Front Exterior

Though shingle-style homes usually have more massive shingled columns, architect Stephen Fenwick says, “we elected not to use them here in order to open up the deck areas.”

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Sea Girt Sway-Office

The wife’s office, located off the foyer, “is a command center where she can run the household in a stylish atmosphere,” Kim says. Walls and built-ins are painted in “Gentle­man’s […]

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