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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Inner Strength-Open Air

OPENING UP | The family room and deck were previously separated by a solid wall (albeit one with lots of large windows). New NanaWalls allow for a complete open-air environment indoors.

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Inner Strength-Family Room

FAMILY ROOM | The traditional fireplace and cabinetry in the pre-renovation family room was replaced with streamlined contemporary features befitting the home’s exterior.

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Rising with the Tide-Kitchen

White-painted cabinets contain classic flourishes such as beaded insets, V-groove panels and corbels that mimic the brackets on the home’s exterior, kitchen designer Anthony Passanante says. Contrasting wood-like porcelain tile […]

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Rising with the Tide-Kitchen with Range hood

Glossy white subway tiles make a clean and subtle backdrop for the focal-point range hood. A convenient butler’s pantry stores extra food, service ware and appliances. Glass pocket doors help […]

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Rising with the Tide-Open plan areas

Barnegat Bay is the backdrop in the open-plan kitchen, living and dining areas. Glass-front cabinets reflect light, and earth-toned marble countertops echo the bay’s current in a soothing, free-flowing pattern. […]

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The Ties that Bind-Foyer

Tall wainscoting and grass-cloth wall covering warm up this foyer. “The clients and I wavered between wood flooring and travertine tile for the main level,” interior designer Jenny Madden says. […]

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The Ties that Bind-Wet Bar

MASTER BEDROOM WET BAR | Architect Michael Moritz incorporated space for the built-in wet bar into the entry hall of this master bedroom, a feature the owners admired in a […]

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