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Who says a kitchen must be large to function well? We found two small spaces where style and storage go hand in hand. ...
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What happens when you pair an Emmy Award-winning set designer with an outside-the-box decorator? You get a home as lively and colorful as the music they play. ...
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There’s room for everyone, adults and kids alike, in this tidy riverfront home designed for family gatherings....
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Spared the ravages of Hurricane Sandy, this Sea Girt home, perched high on a dune, is the perfect nest for family fun....
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To Lift or Not to Lift?

By Lauren Payne | September 18, 2014
Shore residents are faced with a costly conundrum of elevating their homes....
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An uncommon or unexpected wall covering can add dimension to a room and create endless possibilities. ...
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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. ...
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Leaving a busy suburban lifestyle for acres of untended land, this Readington Township couple shouldered the constant demands of gardening. Taking the time to stop and smell the roses, they now reap the rewards....
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Mansion on a Mission

By Deborah P. Carter | September 18, 2014
The opulent Blairsden estate in Peapack-Gladstone was an architectural showplace even before its dramatic makeover as this year’s Mansion in May designer show house....
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Custom metal craftwork adds unique appeal to doors, cabinets, lighting and more. ...
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Self-adhesive contact paper has emerged in architectural circles in a wealth of styles and patterns, and is giving designers a chic blast from the past. ...
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Products like cork and coconut shell fiber are not only trendy design products, they're also environmentally friendly. ...
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For this active family, life on Lake Mohawk is a recreational heaven on Earth. ...
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As outside stress builds, many New Jersey homeowners are looking inside for tranquility. The result: Unique home spaces designed to soothe the soul....
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Ask Lois: Window Treatment Dilemmas

By | September 18, 2014
Expert Lois Croce, design director at Metropolitan Window Fashions at Fabricland in North Plainfield, weighs in on our readers’ most challenging window dilemmas. ...
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A multitude of options makes choosing the right window treatment a challenge. We’ve called in the experts....
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Small plates make long gains on game day....
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You won’t find a TV or video game in this renovated 1870 farmhouse. But far from grousing, the kids happily cook, bake and even knit. Come Christmas, making decorations from scratch is a family affair....
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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. ...
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Bay Head: Restore

By Lauren Payne | September 18, 2014
Christine and Jed Laird decided to restore their summer cottage in Bay Head, one of the oldest in town....
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