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Elegant loft living requires spaces that multi-function. This high-key bedroom suite has a desk that also serves as a nightstand. The desk is available from The Designer Group Collection. Drapery fabric: Kravet.

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Transitional upholstery pieces selected from Hickory Chair update the living room in this Arts and Crafts home. The setting is anchored by a pair of suede cocktail ottomans designed by Jennifer Taylor Studio.

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The Irish antique server was modified to create a vanity for this masculine powder room. Earth slate with intricate glass mosaic detail from Virginia Tile, marries perfectly with the hand painted mural.

photo by Beth Singer

The antique Art Deco mirror served as the inspiration for the design of this lovely powder room. A custom vanity with ornate hardware boosts the feminine appeal. Travertine marble is from Cercan Tile.

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Crisp, classic, and loaded with storage! This custom kitchen was designed to work without sacrificing style. The 40 inch deep peninsula houses display cabinets for everyday dishes.

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The sculptural quality of this antique Swedish setee is irresistable! The addition of a raffia bench seat and crewel toss pillows made of Scalamandre fabric, add texture and warmth. Raffia rug is hand painted.

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Table and chairs set the stage for informal dining in this kitchen nook. The console is custom forged from an antique balcony railing and provides architectural style in a simple setting.

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Simple, yet complex, the tile design, composed of Pratt and Larson tile, creates a lived-in look with its muted color palette. An antique Shaker style dry sink was retrofitted to serve as a vanity.

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This rear entryway says welome! The antique bench is richly redone with fabrics selected from F. Schumacher. The subtly handpainted walls echo the design in the velvet-crewel pillow fabric,

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A custom dining table, designed by Jennifer Taylor Studio, maximizes seating in this cozy 100 year old Arts and Crafts dining room. A subtle palette of three Schumacher fabrics adorn the dining chairs.

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True old-world craftsmanship combined with luxurious fabrics and finishes make this library a rare retreat. Custom ottoman upholstered in Scalamandre fabric.

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This showhouse vignette of a Caribbean hotel suite, features furniture and fabrics all availble from the Marie-Howard Showroom.

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A favorite sofa from Royal Custom is completely customized. Ottomans are upholstered in durable raffia fabric for practicality. Screens are a Jennifer Taylor Studio design.

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Twin custom vanities, flanking the entrance to the master closet, are nestled within niches finished with gracefully arched moldings. Sconces selected from Lighting Resource Studio.

photo by Jeff Garland

Comfortable leather counter stools from Marie-Howard Showroom make casual dining for this family of six a pleasure. Tumbled marble backsplash selected from Virginia Tile.

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Distressed paint and stain finishes, granite countertops, and cobblestone floors from Virginia Tile create a casual but elegant look. Pendant fixture selected from Lighting Resource Studio.

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The quintessential loft kitchen is streamlined but packed with amenities. The refrigerator and microwave are hidden in the island. Counter stools from Tennant and Associates provide stylish seating.

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Contemporary dining that is upbeat and stylish! Table chairs are selected from Roche-Bobois. Upholstery from Pindler. Cabinet and banquette are Jennifer Taylor Studio designs.

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This colorful two story mural creates a dynamic background for this loft living/dining area. Club chairs are upholstered in Ultra Suede from Kravet.

photo by Jeff Garland

This gentleman's shaving room is was designed to be rustic yet refined. The stone wainscott and basketweave floor tile from Virginia Tile lends a timeless quality to the space.

photo by Jeff Garland

A custom vanity that runs the full length and height of the room was the key to this room's success. Wall tile from Ann Sacks. Marble floor tile from Virginia Tile. Original Chigago Art Glass window.

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This pantry cabinet is inspired by memories of my grandmother's farm kitchen. Shaker details combined with materials like beadboard, alder wood and tile from Pratt and Larsen, create a functional space.

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Oversized Henredon sofas maximize seating while a Bausman armoire serves as a focal point while hiding the TV. Storage ottomans and a Woodland cocktail table balance the room.

photo by Jeff Garland

This kitchen benefits from the addition of a window seat loaded with pillows. Pillow fabric is from Dedar. Irridescent glass blacksplash from Virginia Tile. Rug from The Ghiordes Knot.

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To create this exquisite powder room, Jennifer combined over 14 different Pratt and Larsen field tiles, moldings and mosaic patterns with 18 different glazes. The custom vanity was provided by Extrordinary Works.

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This kitchen's hard working island, built by Extrordinary Works, incorporates a pair of ovens, microwave drawer and mixer stand. The mahogany counter top is a practical surface that adds warmth to the space.

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The cooking zone is dominated by a custom range hood design. The ceramic tile backsplash selected from Beaver Tile creates a textural focalpoint. Pull-out storage flanks the cooktop keeping condiments within reach.

photo by Beth Singer

An elegant wool runner from Ghiordes Knot adds warmth underfoot. A pair of hidden dishwashers flank the bronze farm sink for clean-up. The hand painted armoire houses a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer.

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The floral rug sets the stage for casual dining. The hand planed walnut table expands to seat ten. The French sideboard was selected from Woodland Furniture. Original artwork: Marie-Howard Showroom.

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A collection of antique pewter chargers and teapots receive a jolt of autumn color from freshly cut bittersweet berries and a platter of miniolas.

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This elegant powder room vanity was designed to coordinate with the antique mirror. Wallcovering selected from Schumacher. Drapery velvet from Pindler. Floor stone and mosaic tile from Virginia Tile.

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This masculine powder room vanity takes its design cues from farm tables hailing from the French countryside. Vanity designed by Jennifer Taylor Studio. Tile for fountain niche selected from Beaver Tile.