Building on Tradition-Dining Room

Wallpaper with a traditional chinoiserie design gets a colorful boost with a Kelly green background. The classic wood dining table is crafted of cerused oak, which adds subtle texture and […]

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Work Flow-Dressed for Success

“We wanted the dark hue of the cabinetry to extend around the room so we painted all millwork the same color,” designer Alma Russo says. The addition of a large-scale […]

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Work Flow-Dark and Handsome

“The office was a fun project because it gave me the opportunity to incorporate a darker color into the house,” which is otherwise light and bright, the owner of this […]

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Highlighting History-Kitchen

The original kitchen in this Essex County Tudor-style home was not functional, designer Daria Boutle says. “The layout was really strange. It didn’t have good circulation at all.” A new […]

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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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Shimmer and Shine-Vanity

A mix of high-impact silver and gold finishes plays up the powder room’s jewelry-box vision. “Having a sconce on each side of the mirror is functional and much more flattering […]

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