The Nature of Things-Kitchen

Kitchen storage is convenient yet easily hidden to maintain the clean look of the open-plan first floor of this Princeton, New Jersey, home.

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The Nature of Things-Exterior Back

A teak-clad wall continues from interior to exterior of the Princeton, New Jersey, home. Architect Pierre-Henri Hoppenot explains, “The materials run from inside to outside, stretching out the room, blurring […]

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The Nature of Things-Living Space

Neutral furnishings allow the views of forest and lake to stand out in this Princeton, New Jersey, home. “The window walls at the two ends of the room give the […]

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Building on Tradition-Office

In the office, “we used a traditional-feeling color palette but included the light fixture as a super-fun accent piece,” Pietragallo says. The patterned window treatment, which the designer describes as […]

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Contemporary Calling-Kids Bedroom

Whimsical but sophisticated in black and white —with lime green accents—this toddler’s bedroom is designed to grow with the child. The graphic “Letters” wallpaper is from Olivia+Poppy. Note the Missoni-inspired […]

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Sentimental Journey-Office

“I think the light fixture is really fun,” Widell says about the chandelier in her office. “It’s a bit retro and adds to the edginess of the room. It has […]

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Contemporary Calling-Coffee Bar

Retractable doors open to an innovative coffee bar designed to keep appliances with multiple cords from cluttering the countertops. A walk-in pantry is accessible through what appears to be a […]

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Sentimental Journey-Powder Room

Widell describes the plaster light fixture in a powder room as “funky and fun.” The wall covering mimics a tile pattern. She is pleased with the overall aesthetic of this […]

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