Contemporary Colonial | Morris County, NJ

Creating a home that was warm and inviting, where large family gatherings could take place, was an important element to the house design. The rooms were personalized to reflect the homeowners’ world travels with distinctive color palettes and unique touches including the installation of an ornamental porch swing in the breakfast nook. Additionally, the homeowner’s aging mother stays with them for extended periods throughout the year so safe, comfortable and accessible spaces were built to accommodate her. During the ground breaking ceremony, not only did we toast the occasion with mimosas, but we enjoyed a new experience with a Hindu Bhoomi Puja ritual, which literally means, the worship (Puja) of the land (Bhoomi). We were honored to be a part of this very interesting ceremony.

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Shristi Nangalia added this to 16 Clever Ways With Built-In Storage17 November 2019

14. This open unit on the wall proves that no niche is too slender for shelving. Narrow built-in shelves offer a display unit for the dining room, while adding personality and a focal point to the modest space.

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