Inside NJ Influencer Natasha Greene’s Redesigned Home

The content creator's Camden County abode, which often serves as her stylish backdrop, combines elegance, comfort and boldness.

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Natasha Greene, seen here with her son Nate Jr., often films cooking segments from her redesigned kitchen. Photo: Mary Pat Collins

Glam farmhouse—that’s the aesthetic Natasha Greene was looking for in the Camden County home she shares with her husband, Nathaniel Greene, and their toddler son. It seems fitting for the digital creator whose accounts—@asiliglamcooks, @asiliglamhome and @asiliglam—bring lifestyle inspiration to hundreds of thousands of social media followers.

“I was looking for a modern, clean and elevated aesthetic for my home,” Greene says. “It was built in the early 2000s, so we were working with very traditional colonial aesthetics to begin with. We wanted to keep the integrity of the home while updating it with a more elegant and modern look.”

Designer Sarah Wilson of Chansaerae Designs based in Woodbridge, Virginia, interpreted that look to suit her clients’ lifestyle in their Sicklerville home. “I decided to go light and bright, with a lot of soft blues,” she says. “It’s a comfortable vibe. The Greenes have a young child, and they have a lot of family and friends coming in and out. I wanted to make it comfortable for them—elegant, yet comfortable.”

The Greene’s home has a “comfortable vibe,” says designer Sarah Wilson. “I decided to go light and bright, with a lot of soft blues.” Photo: Mary Pat Collins

The elegance is evident in the kitchen, which, for Greene, is one of the most important rooms in the house. As a culinary-content creator, she sought a stylish kitchen that could serve as a backdrop for cooking demonstrations. “I work from my kitchen daily. It serves as my content studio to create new recipes,” she says. 

Wilson understood that a noteworthy kitchen was essential to Greene’s work: “Natasha makes most of her videos in the kitchen. She was looking for something memorable.” To that end, Wilson incorporated white quartz countertops with black striations that make an unforgettable statement against the dark cabinets. The waterfall-style counter on the island ups the dramatic impact. “The kitchen is visible from the family room,” Wilson notes. “This was a great moment to include something gorgeous.”

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