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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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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Fast-Tracked – Master Bathoom

Designer Jerri Eskow is especially pleased with the master bathroom, where she accomplished a seamless look by wrapping the room in Carrera marble.

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Fast-Tracked – Master Bedroom

Built-ins under the newly vaulted ceiling of the master bedroom boost storage well beyond the space in the original meager closet. The built-ins hold hanging and folding clothes as well […]

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All About the Base – Kitchen

“I love the look and feel of white everywhere with dark-stained floors,” Vida Mylson says of her kitchen’s classic Shaker-style cabinets, polished quartz countertops and shimmery mosaic marble backsplash. Gothic-inspired […]

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All About the Base – Dining & Kitchen

Rustic wood finishes and sleek industrial accents play up the mix of casual and refined. Whimsical glass bubbles hang from the elliptical chandelier’s wrought iron frame.

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All About the Base – Bedroom

Layers of texture-rich fabrics in silk, linen and chenille—all in soothing tones—take comfort to the next level in the grandmother’s suite. Nail heads highlight the bed’s feminine curves. Antiqued mirrored […]

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All About the Base – Butler’s Pantry

In the walk-through butler’s pantry, Pacca reintroduced the same door style as in the kitchen but with a dark ebony finish to “dress it up” so it flows well into […]

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