Character Traits-Kitchenette

Exposed brick walls and tongue-and-groove paneling speak to the character-rich details found in a kitchenette and in the hallway beyond. The ladder leads to a loft. New Windsor-style chairs in […]

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Character Traits-Sunroom

All the rooms in the open-plan setting — including the sunroom, where homeowner Bonnie Vey takes her morning coffee — enjoy strong indoor/ outdoor connections. The vintage trunk hails from […]

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A Marriage of Tastes-Powder Room

In the petite powder room, “the wallpaper, mirror and vanity are the stars,” Ramchandani says. Hand-sculpted metal artwork—reflected in the mirror—makes another impactful design statement.

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A Marriage of Tastes-Guest Bath

Polished nickel surfaces, pale glue glass tiles and a light-reflecting beveled mirror keep things clean and serene in the ensuite guest bath.

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A Marriage of Tastes-Master Bath

The 10-foot, cerused-wood vanity, “required large sconces that were interesting but not overpowering,” says designer Tina Ramchandani. Installing the sconces horizontally as opposed to vertically achieved the desired effect. Wall […]

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Farmhouse Fresh-Accent Elements

An early 1900s print—reproduced from glass negatives found in the basement of a historic inn and restaurant the husband owned in Vermont—“juxtaposes the pairing of old and new elements” found […]

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Farmhouse Fresh-Bathroom

The new bath “has a simplistic white and creamy base that is seen in the tile and wall materials,” says designer Kara Vacca. The classic vanity’s weathered wood finish is […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Kitchen

HOOD | The high-impact hood—above the pro-style range and stainless-steel backsplash—was customized with horizontal straps and a two-tone finish. Slate flooring near the range holds up better than wood to […]

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