Clean & Classic – Bathroom

A marble horizontal grid pattern forms an uninterrupted visual flow from the vanity wall into the shower for a space-enhancing effect in this Mantoloking bathroom. Stained in contrasting dark walnut, […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Family Rooms

FAMILY ROOM | Shades of blue, cream and sand appear in a medley of stripes, florals and solids in the family room, located off the kitchen. “We decided to use […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Kitchen

KITCHEN | Black Fantasy polished granite tops the double islands, stained in a weathered black finish, a pleasing contrast against the perimeter cabinetry’s warm, greige tone. “Instead of tile, we […]

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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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On the Water’s Edge – Powder Room

POWDER ROOM | Paneling in a “deep gentleman’s blue color,” polished nickel fixtures and a marble vanity sink give a first-floor powder room a slightly formal feel for that “deliberate […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Master Bath

MASTER BATH | The master bathroom — with its rich, dark stained raised-panel vanities, marble appointments and crystal hardware — continues the French theme and color story from the neighboring […]

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On the Water’s Edge

A Mantoloking, NJ home on the Barnegat Bay channels the seaside retreats of New England—and one from a famous flick—but becomes a scene-stealer in its own right Before Hurricane Sandy, […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Master Bedroom

MASTER BEDROOM | A nod to the Chateau-style design planned before Hurricane Sandy, the first-floor master suite looks luxurious and chic in aqua, cream and chocolate hues. Mirrored accents reflect […]

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