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Deborah Carter's serial article on the construction of a LEEDs-certified home continues this month by answering a question—what type of insulation is good enough for an energy efficient home....
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That Loven Feeling

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
A Glen Rock couple meticulously restores the charming yet quirky home of noted New Jersey architect Carl Kemm Loven, gargoyles included....
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Calming therapies step forward to relieve stress and pain associated with disease....
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Current Kitchens

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
Like its residents, New Jersey’s kitchens come in all shapes and sizes. We scoured the state and found these noteworthy examples of current styles....
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Work on the Sheeleigh residence was in full gear on my mid-July visit. ...
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Seaside Showcase

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
A talented group of interior designers, artisans, and craftsmen work together to transform a historic Cape May home into an entrancing show house....
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Can Do Spirit

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
Giving do-it-yourself a whole new meaning, this seemingly tireless Long Valley couple completely restored their expansive property with their own four hands....
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The Backyard Oasis

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
Create your own summer getaway—with no crowds and no hunt for a parking space....
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When I first visited the Sheeleigh house back in March to learn about the LEEDs project I was reporting on, there wasn’t much to look at....
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Summer Showers

By Lauren Payne | April 17, 2015
Few things end an ideal beach day more refreshingly than an outdoor shower....
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Nick Smith-Sebasto’s foray into the world of composting was a lot like going to a pool party where everyone wants to swim, but no one knows what the water is like....
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Brothers Carpet

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Showing Off

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
Everybody loves visiting a show house. It’s an amazing opportunity to enter a grand home and see the latest in decorating ideas from top designers....
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Superior Interiors

By Jessica Kitchin | February 20, 2015
With the economy reeling and real estate in flux, the world of interior design has had to adapt....
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All Access

By Susan Brierly Bush | April 17, 2015
On a quiet country road in Morristown, nestled behind a grove of cherry trees, a 40-year-old farmhouse has been given a new lease on life....
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For most of the year, the 30 planting beds at Presby Memorial Iris Gardens lay dormant at the base of a gentle hill in Upper Montclair. But for about four to six weeks every spring, the irises bloom in an awesome explosion of color....
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Vintage Points

By Jen A. Miller | February 20, 2015
For some, wine is not just a beverage to bring to parties or consume at the occasional dinner....
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Leeding The Way

By Deborah P. Carter | February 20, 2015
On a frigid January morning, cup of hot coffee in hand, self-taught architect and builder Matthew Porraro surveyed the progress at Sycamore Farms....
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Chic Convert

By Lauren Payne | February 20, 2015
Nick Petruzzelli never fancied himself a real estate developer. He has always been a builder....
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Michael Graves’s designs are known worldwide, from the Swan and Dolphin Resort in Walt Disney World to the Alessi tea kettle with the whimsical bird spout—a project that propelled Graves to design stardom some twenty years ago....
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