State of the Art-Dining Room

In the dining room, “we kept the window treatments a pale gold to work with the wall color,” Knauss says. Sheer bronze curtains on brass hardware complement the goldleaf on […]

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Mix & Match-Master Bedroom

MASTER BEDROOM | Three repurposed antique ceiling tiles hang above the bed as artwork in the master bedroom.

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For the Fun of It-Living Room

The Cowtan & Tout fabric on the window wall and sofa cushions in the living room was the starting point for the décor in the entire home.

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For the Fun of It-Lounge

LOUNGE | Armchairs, along with the multicolored discs above the fireplace, add pops of color to the otherwise monochromatic lounge. The discs are by Asbury Park artist Darren McManus.

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For the Fun of It-Dining Area

DINING AREA | Adam Wallacavage, a Philadelphia artist, created the octopus chandelier and candleholders on the cabinet. Those pieces, along with the tableware, mimic the colors in the wall covering.

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For the Fun of It-Kitchen

KITCHEN | Inverted Baccarat crystal goblets were transformed into pendant lighting over the kitchen island. Streamlined cabinets offer a sleek, simple look that contrasts with the detailed wall covering in […]

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State of the Art-Problem Solver

PROBLEM SOLVER | Knauss says the reusable water bottle drawer was “inspired by my own pet peeve.” The owner loves the tidiness of the drawer. “I’m super-organized and you always lose […]

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For the Fun of It-Master Bathroom

“We wanted the master bathroom to support rather than compete” with the master bedroom, Chadwick says. Seagulls on the wallpaper are in keeping with the seaside theme and coordinate with […]

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State of the Art-Kitchen

KITCHEN | Hand-blown glass pendants hang at different heights over the island for a contemporary look in the kitchen. The walnut table features a hand-chiseled edge. It can be detached […]

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