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David M. Dreger
The kitchen is from Ikea and the dining chairs by Arne Jacobsen, but the table is pure Bornstein.
Though the view is snowy for much of the year, Bornstein has quite a vista from his living room.
Exposed pine boards dominate the interior, giving a subtle, warm backdrop to the splashes of color that his stove and...
Bornstein’s living room features an intriguing collection of furniture. The sofa is made by Swedish manufacturer Ire.
The first thing visitors see as they enter the house is Bornstein’s impressive collection of architecture and design...
Cubic bookshelves do double duty as a dividing wall and as a sliding door opening up to a hidden bath.
The kitchen’s black countertops were cut from Nero Assoluto granite.
Cedar planks and gray-stained oak flooring line the interior.
Bernstein specified sequenced walnut veneers in the kitchen and dining area and counters from Caesarstone.
Because the residents wanted lighting “to fade away,” the home makes the most of natural light and minimizes fixtures.
The residence architect Cary Bernstein designed for Scott Croyle and his family is an exercise in hide-and-seek.
The Citrons inherited the Modernica sofa, chaise, and table from the previous owners.
Bertoia bar stools by Knoll are tucked under the island in the Scavolini Scenery kitchen.
For homeowners on a budget, the Internet is your best bet when making upgrades.
Ikea cabinets were combined with durable work surfaces and personal touches like a chalkboard wall.
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