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Doctors With Borders

Doctors With Borders

Designers help frame a house around treasured artworks.

Letting Go of the Gilt

Letting Go of the Gilt

Designer’s own home renovation included fine-tuning the details

Stop and Stare

Stop and Stare

This kitchen’s unusual octagonal tray ceiling, painted in Sherwin-Williams’ blooming “Redbud,” is rather like a chic stop sign: “Wait. Look. Anything is possible.”

A “Keeper”

A “Keeper”

Homeowners may choose open-kitchen plans for many reasons: ease of movement, a wish to make the kitchen the welcoming center of a family household, or simply because an open kitchen is a trademark component of a modern home.

Bright Light

Bright Light

The busy couple that enjoys this crisp, white-with-pops-of-pinwheel-color kitchen (inside their Ramble home) worked with Brevard’s Platt Architecture to create a space equally ideal for clandestine midnight snacks and lively dinner parties.

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Study in Contrasts

Study in Contrasts

Compact kitchen design makes use of every inch in high style

A Stylish Retreat

A Stylish Retreat

The making of a luxe guest suite.

Miami Beach Meets the Mountains

Miami Beach Meets the Mountains

Marcus Katz says he was happy with the moosehead. But then what was a traditionally appointed mountain lodge evolved into a light-drenched mega-retreat with a dramatic poolside waterfall and a crush of other luxury accoutrements.

Part of a Whole

Part of a Whole

Doug and Ellen Harris of Harris Architects in Brevard created a plan for a renovation of an 1890s Flat Rock home to accommodate the lifestyle of a vibrant, active family while remaining sympathetic with the period of the structure.