Family Style-Pantry area

The pantry area, used to store china and linens, is the most color-saturated space in the house, but it continues the theme of blue tones found in smaller doses elsewhere.

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Down by the Lake-Fireplace

“The fireplace got a makeover, taking it from a dated brick façade to a sleek, hand-finished metal-and-concrete focal point,” designer and homeowner Jill Jarrett says. Note the ceiling’s structural steel […]

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Down by the Lake-Bedroom

The doorway to the bedroom was enlarged to allow room for a walker or wheelchair if needed. Space was also carved from this room to widen the adjacent bathroom. A […]

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Family Style-Entry

The foundation of designer and homeowner Barbara Batesko’s design for the home is soothing neutrals. “I wanted this to be a warm coastal place where people want to hang out,” […]

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Quest for Contrast-Dining area

The stylish bar area in this Morganville home doubles as a coffee/tea station. It houses a convenient bar sink, microwave and easy-access beverage refrigerator for the kids. Three walnut display […]

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Quest for Contrast-Kitchen

The painted island mimics the color of wrought iron, a tone that’s picked up in the textured range hood, pendants and rustic-style hardware in this Morganville kitchen, designer Alison Nifoussi […]

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Christopher Peacock-Cabinetry

Combining neutral cabinetry with calibrated hits of color creates a kitchen that’s both calming and captivating, Christopher Peacock says. | Interior by Jessie D. Miller | Photo by Megan Lorenz

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Give & Take-Dining room

The dining room millwork in this Short Hills home frames a wall covering that has an understated pattern in cream, green, a hint of teal and a little bit of […]

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Give & Take-Office

The gray-and-blue color scheme from the living room in a Short Hills home carries through to the office, where gray guest chairs stand out against the deep blue cabinetry.

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