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Can Do Spirit

By Lauren Payne | July 13, 2009
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 | June 10, 2009
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 | May 8, 2009
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

By | April 24, 2009

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Showing Off

By Lauren Payne | April 16, 2009
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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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 14, 2009
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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For some, wine is not just a beverage to bring to parties or consume at the occasional dinner....
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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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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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Soon after moving to her upscale Somerset County neighborhood, Rebecca Gajewski was happily weeding her flowerbeds, when a puzzled neighbor asked why she was doing the labor herself....
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Sister Sister

By Lauren Payne | March 18, 2009
Who says you can’t go home again? These sisters live side by side under one roof, right where they grew up....
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On The Waterfront

By Lauren Payne | February 11, 2009
Living on Lake Hoptacong means a lot of things to a lot of people. Here, a slice of lake life....
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Development on Jersey’s Hudson River shoreline has been a bumpy ride, but the results are often impressive....
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New Jersey Board of Public Utilities president Jeanne M. Fox estimates that the average home wastes a quarter of the hot or cool air it generates, meaning lost energy and wasted dollars....
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