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 – Living Room

LIVING ROOM | Designed in soothing neutrals and natural fibers, the living room is a “quiet contemplative place for reading and conversation,” the designer says.

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On the Water’s Edge – Dining Room

DINING | The addition of a new bench freshens the owners’ existing table and chairs, which were reupholstered in a practical and handsome striped performance fabric. Tall hutches in a […]

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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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On the Water’s Edge – Foyer

FOYER | Eye-catching checkerboard flooring adds definition, pattern and direction in the vast corridor, which leads to a first-floor master suite on one side and the kitchen on the other. […]

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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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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 – Living Room

New moldings give the fireplace more stature as the focal point of the living room. Interior design Jerri Eskow kept the furnishings formal and added energy with a mix of […]

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