Sense and Sensibility – Dining Room

The midcentury modern dining room set was passed down from a great aunt. The wife says, “The chairs were refinished and recovered in a gorgeous fabric. I love how we’ve […]

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Only Natural-Foyer

Shiplap walls, warm wood tones and textural accents establish an eclectic and relaxed coastal vibe in the entry foyer. Floors are engineered white oak. Walls and trim—painted in Chantilly Lace […]

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Only Natural-Master Bathroom

The serene master bath opens to a private upper deck with ocean views. Honed Calcutta marble flooring “has a lot of movement and texture, so we wanted to keep everything […]

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Sense and Sensibility – Living Room

“The house is a 1920s Tudor and, as such, has low ceilings and small windows adding up to a dark and stodgy interior, not at all like its new inhabitants,” […]

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Only Natural

Manhattan residents escape the visual noise of the city in a relaxed but chic home by the sea Living and working full time in Manhattan, a couple with two small […]

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Sense and Sensibility – Family Room

“The cozy family room is all about the couple relaxing with their two young children after a busy day at work,” says Phillips.  “Custom Roman shades in a fun ikat […]

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Only Natural-Family Room

In lieu of a more traditional look, “we went with a shallow coffered ceiling with a modern square edge” in the family room,” says Brady. With ocean views as the […]

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Sense and Sensibility

A Ridgewood home marries high style and high function For two world-traveling movers and shakers, relocating from a city to this 1920s Tudor in the suburbs was all about settling […]

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