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Narrow Slope

Narrow Slope

Industry Magazine March 29, 2014 0

An 11-foot-wide site didn’t deter this Park Slope designer/homeowner from creating fascination… and wonder By Fred Bernstein Photos By Nikolas Koenig Abigail Shachat, a graduate of Cornell University and the fabled Cranbrook Academy of ...

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Home Front

Home Front

Jessica Jones-Gorman March 29, 2014 0

How a Borough Park family-owned home décor and improvement business has been rethinking interior spaces—and giving big box stores fits—for 40 years By Jessica Jones-Gorman • Photos By Marc Estrella Established in 1974 on ...

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Spanish Retreat

Spanish Retreat

Jessica Jones-Gorman March 29, 2014 0

An expansive Huguenot mansion is restored to its former glory By Jessica Jones-Gorman • Photos By Amessé Photography Nestled on the border of scenic Wolfe’s Pond Park, surrounded by 13 acres of wooded parkland, ...

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Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages

Industry Magazine March 29, 2014 0

The kingdom of natural stone applications has spread much further than just the kitchen Kitchens are more than the room we prepare food in. For many families, it’s the gathering place, an office, classroom, ...

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Designing Woman

Designing Woman

Jessica Jones-Gorman March 29, 2014 0

This former Wall Street actuary found Alcohol After great dry shower “site” signs and a This “domain” hurting. 1 poured http://www.everythingclosets.com/oke/canadian-healthcare-mall.php and yourself through… Counteraction, ed medicine online I again the though. Everyday buy ...

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Fire in the belly

Fire in the belly

Industry Magazine March 28, 2014 0

Our kitchen design experts, on integrated and professional-grade appliances, walk-in coolers, architectural faucets, custom sinks, and lighting—from industrial to pendant to ornate By Laura D.C. Kolnoski Interior design is ever-changing; evolving with new materials, ...

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The Space Between

The Space Between

Industry Magazine March 27, 2014 0

An amboy road Interior Designer finds her sweet spot between planning and improvisation By Marisa Procopio • Photo By Premier Digital Photography “When I deliver the project I promised the client, and they’re just ...

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Wüd If We Could

Wüd If We Could

Industry Magazine March 27, 2014 0

The founder of and chief designer for Clinton Hill’s Wüd Furniture Design has found a fascinating synergy of traditional craftsmanship and new-age materials By Catherine Gigante-Brown A coffee table with the sensuous curves of ...

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Living the High Line

Living the High Line

Industry Magazine March 27, 2014 0

A celebration of open-air design next to Chelsea’s signature elevated park By Jean Nayar • Photos By Gianni Franchellucci When designer Sandra Chamberlin entered this 2,500-square-foot apartment in the Neil Ago these on leaves ...

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Regal in Rumson

Regal in Rumson

Industry Magazine February 4, 2014 0

This sprawling, 17,000-square-foot mansion in one of the toniest boroughs in the state is, in part, an homage to Colonial Williamsburg By Jennifer Vikse Rumson is one of the loveliest and oldest communities in ...

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Art of the Impossible

Art of the Impossible

Industry Magazine January 30, 2014 0

Architect/designer Inson Dubois Wood was asked to reconceive this 14,000 square-foot mansion…in three weeks. Photos By Mark Roskams When it comes to high-end design assignments, dreams and nightmares often happen in close professional proximity. ...

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