Home & Garden
Homes We Love
Not all of Thomas Edison's 1,093 patents were successful. Case in point: the concrete house. But this Montclair family is happy to make it their own.
Empty nesters in Summit trade their 1905 Georgian Colonial for a three-story townhouse.
In the Garden
The Federal Twist garden will be open to the public on October 10 as part of the Garden Conservancy's Open Days.
Make a big statement in a small container garden.
As outside stress builds, many New Jersey homeowners are looking inside for tranquility. The result: Unique home spaces designed to soothe the soul.
Wine consumption is on the rise—and so are creative custom wine cellars like these handsome, utilitarian vaults.
These three lavish lavatories showcase high design and extravagant details.
A Hoboken couple living in a former elementary school updated their dark, dated and cramped kitchen into something bright and unique.
Perched 18 floors above the Shrewsbury River, the Fromkins transformed their galley kitchen into something as stunning as their view.
Nifty accoutrements for java junkies.
Who says a kitchen must be large to function well? We found two small spaces where style and storage go hand in hand.
This imaginative New Vernon homeowner (and busy mother of five) wanted rustic and rugged in her new kitchen. Her wish list included a stone sink.
Two of the state’s top restaurateurs show us how (and where) they cook when at long last they’re off duty.
Down the Shore
After a devastating blow from Superstorm Sandy, a Bay Head family rebuilds—stronger, safer and smarter.
Spared the ravages of Hurricane Sandy, this Sea Girt home, perched high on a dune, is the perfect nest for family fun.
For the Home
The merits of alpaca inspire a luxury line.
What happens when you ask nine award-winning interior designers to lunch? They bring a few of their favorite things for us to ooh and aah over.