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The High Life

By Lauren Payne | December 15, 2009
Luxurious river-view urban living in New Jersey? Check out these ultra-stylish homes....
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Things are moving along at Sycamore Farms, the soon-to-be completed, LEED-certified residence of Matt and Kathy Sheeleigh. ...
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Holiday House

By Lauren Payne | November 11, 2009
A home in Summit gets a sumptuous holiday makeover....
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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 | October 13, 2009
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 | September 16, 2009
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 | August 13, 2009
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 | 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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