On the Water’s Edge – Family Rooms

FAMILY ROOM | Shades of blue, cream and sand appear in a medley of stripes, florals and solids in the family room, located off the kitchen. “We decided to use […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Foyer

FOYER | Eye-catching checkerboard flooring adds definition, pattern and direction in the vast corridor, which leads to a first-floor master suite on one side and the kitchen on the other. […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Dining Room

DINING | The addition of a new bench freshens the owners’ existing table and chairs, which were reupholstered in a practical and handsome striped performance fabric. Tall hutches in a […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Exterior

The exterior borrows elements from classic 19th- century coastal cottages most often associated with New England. Homes of that era and distinction were also built right here in Mantoloking and […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Entryway

The entryway’s trellis and arched gate heighten the sense of arrival. Gable roofs and dormers are among the traditional elements that capture the home’s seaside vernacular. “We chose exterior materials […]

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In Transition – Kitchen

The walnut-covered refrigerator and freezer at left provide a visual break from all the white, while the dining area at right is one of the homeowner’s favorite spots.

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