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Glynallyn

MAY 1 - MAY 31, 2012 Monday - Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. General Admission $30 Senior Admission (Age 62 & up) $25 While touring the Mansion, please observe the following: No photography, food, drinks, or smoking. Children under 12, infants and strollers are not permitted. The Mansion is not handicapped accessible.

Contents 7 Welcome 9 Our Beneficiary 16 Mansion History 26 Mansion in May Commitees

PARKING 44 Whippany Road, Morristown, NJ with continuous shuttle service to Glynallyn during Mansion hours. DESIGNER SALES Most items in the design and landscape spaces are available for sale. Visit the Designer Sales Office in Mansion space 38 for purchases and inquiries.

29 Mansion in May Sponsors 37 Mansion in May Raffle 56 Mansion Floor Plan 58 Interior Design Renderings 102 Garden Site Plan 103 Landscape Design Renderings 120 Boutique Directory

ENJOY YOUR VISIT Dine at the Castle Café • Shop at The Crown Boutiques • Stop by the Visitors’ Kiosk CONTACT MANSION IN MAY mansioninmay@gmail.com or call (973) 971-8800

122 Designer Profiles 178 Interior Designer Directory 182 Landscape Designer Directory 184 Our Sincere Gratitude

All proceeds benefit the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center at Morristown Medical Center. WAMMC and its parent affiliates are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Join the Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center and be a part of all our special events, and learn about exciting volunteer opportunities at www.wammc.org or www.mansioninmay.org George Marshall Allen

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hat an honor it has been to lead the signature fundraiser of the Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center – the 16th Mansion in May held in the event’s 38-year history. It is with great pride that we welcome you to Glynallyn! In the spirit of an ancient proverb, we like to say that it takes a village to build a Mansion in May, and that village is our community. The journey of Mansion in May 2012 began nearly one year ago when a hidden treasure in the heart of Morris County – an estate known as Glynallyn – became our diamond in the rough. To make this diamond shine, we reached out to our community. It has been amazing and gratifying to watch the transformation of the Mansion and to see over one thousand people come together to make it all happen, and we are grateful to all who participated. Mansion in May is much more than a Designer Showhouse and Garden tour for you to enjoy. Mansion in May is about what matters to the Women’s Association and about what matters to our community. What matters to us is Morristown Medical Center. What matters to us is our cause – the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center at the hospital. This center will matter to families in the community who will rely on the services of the dedicated doctors and staff to help them better cope with one of the most difficult times of their lives. What matters to us is the loyalty and support of the community that has come together to work so hard to bring this Mansion in May to you. Our community reaches far beyond the walls of the Mansion, and the spirit of our community resonates throughout the entire Mansion in May effort. The spirit of our community is in the support of Morristown Medical Center and Atlantic Health System. The spirit of our community is in the Community Bank of Bergen County who opened up the doors of Glynallyn to us and worked by our side every step of the way. The spirit of our community is in the generosity of our corporate sponsors, in-kind and individual donors, patrons and contributors. The spirit of our community is in the creativity of the Interior and Landscape Designers who worked tirelessly to present to you their spectacular spaces. The spirit of our community is in the expertise and professionalism of our service providers. The spirit of our community is in the participation of vendors who, while providing our guests with shopping and dining enjoyment, give back to our cause. The spirit of our community is in the leadership and passion of the fortyseven Mansion in May Executive Board members who donate to us the gift of their time and talent. The spirit of our community is in the 1,000 volunteers who selflessly devote countless hours of their time pulling it all together and making it all work. The spirit of our community is in you as you have chosen to spend the day supporting our cause, and for that, we sincerely thank you.

Nathalie Dennis

Dannette Merchant

Mansion in May General Co-Chairs

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A Message from th e Wom en’s Association President W

elcome to Glynallyn, our 16th Mansion in May. As president of the Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center, I am so happy to invite you into a time past when beautiful mansions and their gracious owners received guests at the end of a tree-lined drive. Visitors entered through arched doorways into beautiful rooms full of polished wood, shining crystal, comfortable furniture, lovely antiques and the fragrance of fresh flowers. This beautiful home has been transformed to its glorious past by our talented, hardworking and outstanding professional designers, landscapers, landscape architects, contractors, craftsmen and women! We sincerely thank them for the donation of their time, talent and resources. Without them, we would not have this spectacular mansion for you to tour. We especially thank the owners of this property, Community Bank of Bergen County and their President and CEO, Peter Michelotti. Our real heroes are the great team of Dannette Merchant and Nathalie Dennis, Chairwomen of Mansion In May 2012. They have worked tirelessly since July 2011 on this project, pulling together an over-the-top talented team of 46 committee chairs to make this month-long designer showhouse happen. They have all reached out to friends, family and tradesmen to contribute to bringing this property to its current state of splendor. They recruited over 1,000 volunteers to make this event flow effortlessly. You have the opportunity to tour beautiful and interesting rooms and magnificent gardens, shop till you drop, and sit to enjoy tasty meals in good company. We are so lucky to have Country Picnic and owner, Cliff Cababe as our café caterer in the Castle Café. If you do not want it to end, you can purchase a beautiful piece from your favorite design or landscape space to remember your day at Glynallyn. New for Mansion in May 2012, we are pleased to have ASP1RE NJ Magazine as our Journal and Marketing sponsor. Publisher, Steven Mandel and his team of professionals designed this beautiful program and also helped to bring Mansion in May to the next level in print media and design. Their partnership has taught us what real beauty in printing is all about! So why do so many people work so long and so hard on a project like this? In the past 38 years, Mansion in May, in addition to revitalizing beautiful properties in New Jersey, has raised over $6 million for Morristown Medical Center’s programs, equipment and services. This year’s beneficiary is the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center that will be built with 100% donated funds. That is why the Women’s Association has pledged $1 million for this cause! Please help us reach our goal by coming back to Glynallyn with new friends to enjoy it again and again throughout the month. These fundraisers only happen through the efforts and hard work of our members and volunteers. I sincerely thank them. I also thank you for contributing through your visit to Mansion in May at Glynallyn. Enjoy your time here! The Head Worker Bee,

Beth Wipperman

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Gratitude from Atlantic Health and Morristown Medical Center

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t is with great pleasure and gratitude that we welcome you to the Women’s Association’s 16th Mansion in May Designer Showhouse and Gardens.

Proceeds from this year’s featured mansion will go to the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center to be built at Morristown Medical Center, for which the Women’s Association has pledged $1 million. The center will provide a much-needed private, compassionate space for patients with chronic or life-limiting illness to help them live as comfortably as they can, for as long as they can. The private patient suites will feature the latest medical treatment but with the feel of an elegant private home.

Through creative fundraising projects, including this signature event, the Women’s Association has contributed millions of dollars to improve the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center, Goryeb Children’s Hospital, Gagnon Cardiovascular Institute, the Emergency Department, and the Valerie Fund Children’s Center at Morristown Medical. The Women’s Association also provides financial support through its Bargain Box Thrift Shop and three hospital gift shops. As a volunteer organization, the members are also responsible for several service programs, such as providing art in public areas of the hospital, fresh flowers in the chapel, holiday decorations, and scholarship funds for deserving staff.  Since its inception in 1893, the Women’s Association has been dedicated to improving health care in our community (they even purchased the hospital’s first ambulance). Today, that mission continues at Glynallyn. Thank you for making this Mansion in May another resounding success.

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David Shulkin, MD

President and Chief Executive Officer Atlantic Health

President of Morristown Medical Center Vice President of Atlantic Health

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We are grateful for the generous support of the Women’s Association in making Sam’s NICU, our state-ofthe-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a reality. Best wishes for a successful Mansion in May 2012! Andrew Schenkman, MD, Co-Director Lawrence Skolnick, MD, Co-Director Neonatologists Kathryn Crowley, MD Cheryl L. Federico, MD Sunita Goil, MD Denise C. Hassinger, MD John Ladino, MD Ben H. Lee, MD Gaines M. Mimms, MD Anthony Orsini, DO Amy Presti, MD Marta R. Rogido, MD Calvin T. Shen, MD

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he Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center is proud to support the new Inpatient Hospice & Palliative Care Center at Morristown Medical Center and has pledged $1 million toward its construction. All proceeds from Mansion in May 2012 are dedicated to this pledge. The sole mission of the new Inpatient Hospice & Palliative Care Center at Morristown Medical Center is to help patients with chronic or life-limiting illness live as comfortably as they can, for as long as they can. With medicine’s emphasis on technology, the human dimensions of suffering are sometimes given little attention. The goal of palliative care is not to cure, but to relieve suffering and improve quality of life for seriously ill patients. For patients with chronic disease, palliative care helps maximize their overall health and well being by tapping into their individual vitality. For those facing terminal illness, hospice care helps ease the journey from this life to the next. The Inpatient Hospice & Palliative Care Center will be the first of its kind at Morristown Medical Center and will demonstrate the commitment to treating the whole patient, regardless of prognosis. Services will be designed to address each patient and family’s unique needs, offering individual choices, dignity and respect. Dr. Karen Knops, Medical Director of Palliative Care, will lead a seasoned, compassionate team of physicians, nurses, social workers, therapists and clergy who will collaboratively develop palliative interventions. Services will include pain management, psychological counseling, religious/spiritual support, guidance in making complex treatment choices, and bereavement services that will take survivors through a step-by-step journey toward reassurance, understanding, acceptance and ultimately healing. The 11-bed unit will be located in the main hospital, providing immediate and convenient access to staff and services. The Center will have a residential look and feel - much like an elegant private home with soothing colors, ambient lighting and tasteful furnishings. Private patient suites will include accommodations for overnight visitors. Common areas will feature expansive windows and sunrooms, as well as a relaxing outdoor patio space and meditation room. Anticipated cost projection is $5 million, which includes repurposing part of a floor in the main hospital, updating infrastructure and systems, and purchasing equipment and furnishings. Your contribution to Mansion in May 2012 will be directed toward the realization of the new Center, reinforcing Morristown Medical Center’s commitment to treating the whole patient. We thank you for your support!

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hen I received the official letter from the Women’s Association announcing the $1 million pledge towards the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center, I was beyond thrilled. It is truly an honor for our patients and their families. Our Palliative Care team looks forward to promoting Mansion in May and assisting to make it succeed beyond all expectations. This will be an amazing opportunity to demonstrate to our community that we value our patients as unique human beings who matter from the time of birth to the time of death. Since the word about this project has begun to spread, I have had wonderful feedback from our hospital staff and there is an overwhelming sense that the time is right for this endeavor. Thank you from the bottom of my heart— Karen M. Knops, MD

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lynallyn is a grand 3-story, 32,000 square-foot mansion that was built from 1913-1917 by George Marshall Allen and is rich in history. It features over 60 rooms abounding with architectural intricacies and surprising details around every corner. In 1987, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the late 19th century in the New Jersey countryside, Morristown became a desirable summer retreat for wealthy New York industrialists and business leaders who built grand mansions along what was nobly hailed as Millionaire’s Row on Madison Avenue. Among these entrepreneurs was George Marshall Allen, a publisher, amateur photographer, pioneer of color printing and yachtsman who, in the fall of 1912, purchased nearly 10 acres of land (adding more acreage later) in Convent Station to build a country estate for his family – wife, Grace Fanshawe Allen and daughter, Loraine Allen. In his global travels, Mr. Allen struck an interest in the Tudor architecture of England and became intrigued by a sixteenth century Warwickshire castle, Compton Wynyates. Compton Wynyates was completed in the early 1500s after several decades of labor, and served as the ancestral residence for Sir William Compton. Visitors to the castle included Sir William’s lifelong friend, King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I, James I, and Charles I. The castle has served as the seat of the Marquis of Northampton and remains in the Compton family today. To realize his vision of a regal Tudor George Marshall Allen manor, Mr. Allen commissioned

renowned New York architect Charles I. Berg to visit and study Compton Wynyates, and to adapt an architectural design plan for a country estate on his newly acquired Morris County property. Mr. Allen chose the wooded land in Convent Station, as it is reminiscent of the rolling English countryside where Compton Wynyates stands. As the property sits on the edge of a deep glen, he bestowed the name Glynallyn upon the homestead. In 1913, construction of a lodge and garage on the property began, and when it was finished in 1914, it served as temporary housing for the Allen family while the mansion was being erected. By the end of 1914, the foundation of the house was done, however, with the onset of World War I, construction was halted until 1916 when it resumed again. Glynallyn was largely completed in 1917, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen were able to host the wedding of their daughter in their new summer retreat on August 21st of that same year. It is estimated that at the time of its construction, the house cost $500,000 to build including $15,000 for the stained glass windows in the Great Hall. The profound architectural details and accomplishments of the home were highlighted in an article that appeared in the December 1918 issue of The Architectural Forum. In the article, according to Mr. Berg, the principal portions of the home that were copied from Compton Wynyates are the main entrance, the group of five grand stained glass windows on the façade of the house, and the large second-story bay

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Rear view of Glynallyn made in 1919 by Parker Studio, Morristown, especially for Mr. Allen.

Hand-carved newel post with Don Quixote gallantly attending to his guests Photo by Wing Wong Memories TTL

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window. The distinctive chimneystacks, 16 in total, were also replicated from the ancient castle. Mr. Allen’s goal was to have the new home resemble that of a weathered, 400-year old castle. This was achieved by the careful, deliberate selection of desired materials. Hand-made bricks with rough edges, uneven and varying color laid in irregular lines were used on the exterior of the home along with pitted, stained, unevenly textured limestone. Rough timber from old ships and skids were used for the traditional Tudor-style trim work and the slate chosen for the roof was of an irregular shape and thickness with uneven color. There are many unique, elaborate carvings on the exterior of the home including the Fanshawe family crest at the main entrance, flourishes and badges of English royalty, gargoyles and caricatures. Intrinsic features of Tudor castles such as turrets, battlements, crenellated parapet walls and gables are not spared in the ornate details of the sprawling edifice. The interior of the home has countless intricate features at every turn. Upon entering the home through the medieval doors, visitors arrive in the Little Hall, a quaint room featuring


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centuries-old oak paneling that Mr. Allen acquired from Compton Wynyates during renovation work being done there. There is also a rustic fireplace that is a replica of one in a cottage built for William Shakespeare’s wife, Anne Hathaway, in Stratford-on-Avon, England. Immediately off of the Little Hall is the piéce de resistance of the dwelling, the Great Hall, with its soaring, vaulted ceiling of nearly 3 stories with timber beams and rafters. Amid the brick wall of the 1,300 square-foot room are the regal hand-painted stained glass windows, and tucked in the corner in an oriel bay is a petite stairway leading up to an enchanting organ loft. This stairway is exceptionally unique in that in order to ascend it, one must begin with the right foot as each tread is cut diagonally across so that two risers occupy the space of one tread in order to save space. Hidden behind one of the walls in the Great Hall is a secret circular, intentionally worn stone stairway that leads down to a medieval dungeon with vaulted ceilings and gothic arches. If you look closely around, you’ll see curiously carved faces peering at you from the stone walls. An enormous fireplace, antique lanterns and Shakespearean stage add to the gothic ambiance of the room. Equally remarkable rooms on the first floor include a 1,000 square-foot library with ceiling-high oak paneling imported from England by W. & J. Sloane, an ornately carved fireplace surround and a sculptured plaster ceiling copied from a room at Oxford University; a covered winter porch with an outdoor fireplace; an intriguing and finely detailed chapel with a mosaic floor; a morning room with an exquisitely arched doorway and a picturesque bay window; and, a spacious dining room with a 17-foot bay window and a hidden vaulted safe. When Glynallyn was built, the kitchen was a small and isolated space for use by the servants. In early 2012, the kitchen was completely expanded and renovated. The second floor of the home served as the living quarters for the family and their guests with generously sized bedrooms, all of which have individual bathrooms and fireplaces. The guest room is an especially charming space with many detailed wood carvings and whimsical characters adorning the windows. The fully finished attic has a 6-room apartment and has a space modeled after a room at Compton Wynyates called the Priest’s Room was that was used by Mr. Allen as his photography studio. This room features a lofty beamed ceiling,

Top: To realize his vision of a regal Tudor manor, Mr. Allen commissioned renowned New York architect Charles I. Berg to visit and study Compton Wynyates. Mr. Allen chose the wooded land in Convent Station, as it is reminiscent of the rolling English countryside where Compton Wynyates stands. As the property sits on the edge of a deep glen, he bestowed the name Glynallyn upon the homestead. Bottom: Detail of a stained glass window in the library.

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Hidden behind one of the walls in the Great Hall is a secret circular, intentionally worn stone stairway that leads down to a medieval dungeon with vaulted ceilings and gothic arches. If you look closely around, you’ll see curiously carved faces peering at you from the stone walls.

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an expansive skylight and an exposed brick fireplace. The servants’ wing of Glynallyn extends over 3 floors on the east end of the house, as well as into the basement, and in this wing is a 1915 Sedgwick freight elevator that operates from the basement to the third floor. Stained and leaded glass muntined windows are showered throughout the house, as are fine wood trim carvings. Many of the rooms are embellished with elaborately sculpted plaster and all of the rooms have a fireplace, except those in the servants’ wing. Sparing no detail to safety, many of the walls are two-feet thick and the house has its own system of built-in fire hoses. Noted landscape architects Brinley & Holbrook designed and developed the lavish grounds for Mr. Allen. Substantial lawns abutting the tree-lined driveway leading to the portico flank the home. A fieldstone terrace with a brick balustrade runs along the south side of the house and features a slate covered cloister with gothic window arches and an ornate wrought iron door. Beyond the terrace, curious remains of terraced gardens, stairways and gothic gates edge the lush, wooded ravine. At one time, the meticulous landscape of Glynallyn featured a

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moat and a noted sunken rock garden with a miniature canal and fountain that was featured in American Gardens 18901930 (Sam Watters, Acanthus Press, New York, 2006, p.45). In its heyday, with the Allen family in residence, Glynallyn was the venue for many opulent social events and was a prominent home of distinction. Maintaining the home at that time required the services of 8 servants, 7 gardeners and 2 chauffeurs. Each year, it took 125 tons of coal to heat the house – so much so that a miniature railroad was used in the basement to bring coal to the furnaces. Over the course of the years, a silent movie was filmed there and the ceremonies of four weddings and a funeral took place. Mr. Allen died in 1941 and his widow remarried in 1946. Within a year after her death in 1951, the home was sold to General Drafting Company, a successful map-making business. Keeping the historical significance of the dwelling in mind, the company made several modifications to convert the residence into offices where they operated for nearly forty years, closing in 1992. Since then, the home has had only one other family in residence having purchased the property in 1997. Today, Glynallyn resides on 7.5 acres and is unoccupied. A portion of the property with the associated outlying buildings was sold as a separate lot, and the carriage house now serves as a private residence. Although many of the turnof-the-century mansions of the Gilded Age in Morristown are no longer standing, the regal Glynallyn still reigns in historical glory.

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General Co-Chairs Nathalie Dennis and Dannette Merchant

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Caren Frankel, Treasurer Tressa Baird Maureen Campbell Debbie Carroll Helen Caulfield Kathy Christie Pat Colbert Diane DePascale Theresa Horezga Cindy Kovach Carol Macgowan Cheryl Mazzo Christine Mullen Cathy O’Neal Ingrid Page Chris Parker Design Co-Chairs Cathy Biczak Sue Kiernan Louetta Shioleno Patti Benedetti June Cioppettini Tawnya Kabnick Mary Lou Mauro Andrea McDermott Katherine Sheeleigh Valerie Verona Designer Sales Co-Chairs Janice Beck Lissa Dohl Kerstin Malmstrom

Lisa Kelly Karina Larsson Hospitality Co-Chairs Paula Burroughs Valerie Cianci Journal Chair Kim Harwanko Journal Ad Sales Chair Patty Vrana Kitchen Renovation Co-Chairs Susan Bruen Anne Rooke Landscape Co-Chairs Ellen Guenther Kathy King Patty Dattilo Gail Decker Jennifer Groller Paul Haley Kate Hein Stephanie Hopton Ginny Icart Tricia Ingber Karen Kelly Lisa Kelly Adrienne Kern Gayle Khoury


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Kim Myler Colleen O’Reilly Maribeth Rizzi Barb Sandelands Carolyn Simpson Gretchen Sinha Anne Taggart Operations Co-Chairs Susan Bruen Margaret Clossey Bill Clossey Dave Curnow Pat Hays Jackie Hinshaw Mac Hinshaw Russ MacAusland Carol Macgowan Peggy Nelson Joan Powell Anne Rooke Tom Shea Kathy Wilkerson Steve Wilkerson Beth Wipperman Parking Co-Chairs Robert Baker Randy Campbell Rosalie Baker Ed English Tom Shea Preview Gala Co-Chairs Sandy Finlayson June Meehan Tina Mulhare Robin Caffrey Marianne Ehinger Mary Esquivel Marianne Koslowski Barbara Lane Carol Macgowan Mary McIntyre Suzann Murphy

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Lynne Rosenfeld Margie Scobell Kathy Sheeleigh Susanna Short Ann Marie Soto Carol Tourgee Karen Tourville Janet Villafane

Private Parties Co-Chairs Barbara Gallo Missy White Nancy Alfano Diane Carr Edie Turna

Raffle Co-Chairs Eileen F. Sudler Beth Wipperman Gayle Khoury Marion Lapchak

Private Tours Co-Chairs Jane Kilcullen Mary Lou Mauro Publicity Co-Chairs Brittany Lusardi Prudence Pigott Susan Alai Lola Burling Ruth di Stefano Kathy Doocey Katie Franson Mary Frech Barbara Gallo Vera Gisoldi Stacy Golding Pattie Jo Hanke Tamara Hegender Robin Holleran Maria Cristina Homedes Tamara John Neelam Joshi Valerie Marr Nancy Mendonca Cheryl Mullery Anusha Natarajan Denise Panyik-Dale Lisa Peterson Carolyn Pigott

Signage Co-Chairs Eileen Dawson Patty Mullens Social Media Chair Brittany Lusardi Underwriting Co-Chairs Susan Bruen Carol Mulholland Judi Burgdorf Kathie Harrington Christine Pearson Ana Riewerts Roberta Schwerzler Hally Toia Karen Tourville Visitors Kiosk Co-Chairs Susan Hayes Denise Montero Diane DelRusso Fran Furtado Alexandra Gibbs Michelle Gonnella Tamara Hageneder Dianne Jacobs Robert and Connie Lott Lorraine Marconi

Pam Martin Allyson Paris Debra Ricciardi Irene Stia Jackie Stolz Volunteers Co-Chairs Anne Fritz Pam Kershner Nancy Alfano Joan Baer Mary Bennett Joann Burke Janice Clark Sandy Colon Adi Conover Kris Davis April Fey Marlene Foley Alice Healy Joanne Kavanaugh Nancy Larson Merry LeBlond Binx Lee Kelly Larson Macomber Liz Matthews Maggie Moffitt Patricia Neill Jean Nolan Linda Reeves Louis Shapiro Terry Thompson Beth Wipperman Sue Young Website Chair Carol Tourgee Maria Cristina Homedes Neelam Joshi Anusha Natarajan

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Individual Sponsors

The Women’s Association Gratefully Acknowledges Our Generous Individual Sponsors Gold Dr. Sol and Meri Barer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Healey and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hagerty Eileen and Les Quick Kim and Finn Wentworth Silver MCJ Amelior Foundation Paula and Bill Marino Carol and Bob Mulholland Joan and David Powell Anne and Bob Rooke, Jr. Douglas and Tracey Sieg Mar y Kay and John Strangfeld Bronze Harr y and Mar y Anne Bennett Nathalie and Michael Dennis Jack and Sandy Finlayson The Honorable and Mrs. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen Glenn and Carol Head Michele and David Hedley Richard and Catherine Herbst Hidden Pond Foundation Ernie and Roni Larini Jim and Christine Lenehan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Meehan Dannette and Sameer Merchant Virginia Moriarty Tina and Tom Mulhare Gita Rothschild-Berr y Nancy and Nelson Schaenen, Jr. CryStal Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Armbrust Stan Bernard, M.D. Paul and Anne Marie Galietto Joe and Jeanne Gor yeb Kathie and Phil Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Paige L’Hommedieu Dave and Valerie Marr Mr. and Mrs. A. Quentin Orza, II Janet and John Pearce Dr. Lee and Mrs. Linda Rosenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sameth Denise Vanech d onorS Eric and Claire Rolin Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rooke Judi and Roger Burgdorf Mr. and Mrs. Gar y Pancoast Lee Sadrian Hally and Jeff Toia Claude V. Offray, Jr. Tom and Leslie McDonnell Terr y and Prudence Pigott John and Sheridan Greeniaus Louis P. and Dorsey Thebault 32 MANSION IN MAY 2012


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Two tickets to Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014 at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey and $750 in American Express gift cards to make the most of your game day experience! Donors: Two Super Bowl XLVIII Tickets – Atlantic Health, American Express Gift Cards – Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sudler Retail Value: $2,750

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Bejewel yourself with stunning pieces from this renowned Italian jewelry designer, including two Lollipop necklaces - one 38” necklace in sterling silver and clear quartz, and one 40” necklace in sterling silver, mother of pearl and blue quartz. Donors: Frederick Goodman Fine Jewelers, Montclair & Summit; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wipperman Retail Value: $1,245

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Glynallyn floor plans courtesy of Kapuscinski-Luongo Architects

Upon approach to the long, tree-lined driveway, one gets the immediate sense of having traveled back in time to arrive at a centuries-old Elizabethan Tudor castle in the English countryside with an imposing fortified entrance and majestic stained glass windows stretching high upon its façade. It was a time when monarchs reigned supreme and gallant knights on horses stood guard...welcome to Glynallyn. The Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center proudly presents its 16th Mansion in May Designer Showhouse and Gardens at Glynallyn. Proceeds will be directed toward the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center at Morristown Medical Center.

First Floor

1.

Greenbaum Interiors

2. Dreyer’s Design Gallery 3. Barbara Ostrom Associates 4. M. Frederick, LLC 5. Interior Decisions, Inc. 6. Papyrus Home Design LLC

Dungeon

7. Pabrique LLC 8.

Kenneth/Davis, Inc.

9.

Butler’s of Far Hills, Inc.

10. Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors, Ltd. 11.

Morgan House Interiors

12.

Lane’s End Decorative Arts

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Nancee Brown Interiors

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British Home Emporium

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Danielle Ann Millican, Inc.

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Houndstooth Interior Design

18.

Jodie O’ Designs, LLC

19.

Diane Durocher Interiors, Inc.

20.

Interiors at 40 Main

21.

M. R. Sferra Interior Design

22.

Curren Design Associates, Inc.

23.

Hastings Designs

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Anthony Albert Studios

32.

Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery

33.

Fun House Furnishings & Design

34.

Accents by Design

35.

Susan Cohan Gardens, LLC

36.

Re-Feather Your Nest Decorating LLC

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Lori Jacobsen Design LLC

24. Broadfoot & Broadfoot

38.

Designer Sales Office NJ ASID Student Affairs Committee

39A.

Canterbury Design

39B.

La Jolie Maison

39C.

Mediterranean Tile & Marble

40.

Stirling Interiors

41.

Patina Painted Finishes & Murals

Third Floor

25. Kerry Seely Design 26. Maria Bevill Interiors 27. Gacek Design Group 28. Linda Benson Interiors 29. Affordable Closets Plus, LLC 30. Olsen Design

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Greenbaum Interiors Charles G. Dobbs

Handsom e Little Devil

As the entrance, “Handsome Little Devil” sets the stage for the experience that is Glynallyn. An eclectic mix of Elizabethan, Georgian, and Contemporary, this room is meant to reflect the American connoisseur of the early 1900’s. The space is conceived as a Turn of the Century version of the family room; cozy and comfortable, whimsical, yet posh. The room takes its name from the Italian Renaissance style pedestal next to the sofa, depicting a rather decadent figure of a horned devil, pitchfork and all. Many of the antiques in the room are European, illustrating the fashion for wealthy Americans in the early 20th Century to travel the continent and bring back treasures. The sofa and the console table were designed by Mr. Dobbs specifically for the room. All additional furnishings are from the Greenbaum Interiors custom workshops, or the Greenbaum collection of antiques.

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1105 Mount Kemble Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960 • 973.425.5500 • charles@greenbauminteriors.com www.greenbauminteriors.com

Sources & Credits

All Furnishings/Carpets/Antiques/Art/Accessories: GREENBAUM INTERIORS • Tapestry: STARK FABRIC • Velvet Stripe: RUBELLI • Tiger Print: COWTAN AND TOUT • Mohair: S. HARRIS • Tie Backs: VERVAIN • Paint: STARK PAINT


Dreyer’s Design Gallery Alexandria Como

Ming Ch ina Closet

Located off of the main foyer, this petite gem would be used as a display area and less formal sitting nook, maybe where a cup of tea could be sipped or a book could be enjoyed. Comfortable and inviting, this space would display artwork, china and serving pieces; surrounding its guests with beautiful things. In keeping with the grandeur of the house, I decided to mix in traditional elements with some fresher patterns and textures, making the space transitional and timeless. The space is comprised of elements of whimsy, tradition, and a neutral and refreshing palate.

“Th e space is comprised of elem ents of wh imsy, tradition and a neutral and refresh ing palate.”

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20 Watchung Avenue, Chatham, NJ 07928 • 973.635.5151 • ali@dreyerslumber.com www.dreyerslumber.com

Sources & Credits

Painting: MONK’S PAINTING • Horticultural Services: COVIELLO BROTHERS


Barbara Ostrom Associates Barbara Ostrom, ASID

Th e Great Hall

The Great Hall is the largest, most daunting and dramatic room in the house. The architecture is so strong that it was essential to balance it with glorious colors and large scale pieces of furniture. This room was torn out of a sixteenth century English country manor house and transplanted here to Morristown. The Tudor theme was already set in place by the rustic beamed walls, soaring ceilings and gothic stained glass windows. I was pleased to discover the atmosphere of the room is further enhanced with a friendly resident ghost. Despite all this drama and historic excitement, I wanted to create a warm and welcoming room encouraging everyone to come in and spend some quality time. I took a serious space and filled it with joyful colors, uplifting music, living trees and flowers to permeate the room with redolent fragrance. This is a perfect room for large scale entertaining.

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1 International Boulevard, Suite 209, Mahwah, NJ 07495 • 201.529.0444 barbaraostrom@optonline.net • www.barbaraostromassociates.com

Sources & Credits

Custom Upholstery of Sofa/2 Knole Sofas/Tufted Chair: MASON-ART • Area Rug: MASTOUR GALLERIES • Large 3 Tier Iron Chandelier: ENGLISH COUNTRY ANTIQUES • 19th Century AustrianHungarian Double Eagle Crested Settee: NEWEL • Upholstery Workroom: ALAN SCHATZBERG & ASSOCIATES • Drapery/Throw Pillows: BAUM DRAPERY • Drapery Rods: HOULÈS • Secretary Desk: EBANISTA • Chairs/Tables: EBANISTA, NEWEL, ENGLISH COUNTRY ANTIQUES, AGOSTINO ANTIQUES • Lighting: CHRISTOPHER SPITZMILLER, INC., NICHOLAS ANTIQUES, BRUNSCHWIG & FILS, NEWEL • Fabric: BRUNSCHWIG & FILS, COWTAN & TOUT, DURALEE, HOULÉS, KRAVET FABRICS, LEE JOFA, PIERRE FREY, SCALAMANDRE • Trims: SAMUEL & SONS • Artwork: ACA GALLERIES • Antique Tapestries: LAVENDER RUGS • Suits of Armour/Antiques: NEWEL • Knole Sofa Finials: VAN GREGORY & NORTON • Painting Contractor: PAINT TEK QUALITY PAINTING, INC (trade only) • Trees/Plants/Cut Flowers: JARDINIERE FINE FLOWERS • Music: AUDIO COMMAND SYSTEMS • Artist Rendering: BORIS REYT • Piano: GREAT AMERICAN PIANO COMPANY


M. Frederick, LLC Matthew Frederick

Glynallyn Living Room

The M. Frederick Glynallyn Living Room concept was designed around the conceptual needs of a growing family of five who would desire a family-friendly, yet sophisticated main living area suitable for daily family living activities, more formal entertaining, and the needs of a small personal home office. To this end, we wanted to craft a space that is clean and bright while still managing to maintain and showcase the architectural magnificence of the room. We wanted the room that could stand up to the aesthetic and physical demands of a black tie fundraiser that would also be a warm, welcoming family space, reflecting the sophisticated equestrian, and art addictions of our conceptual family. In the end, we wanted to design a room that is the embodiment of our “Elegant Living for Everyday Life” lifestyle theme.

“Elegant Living for Everyday Life.”

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219 Main Street, Gladstone, NJ 07934 • 908.669.4784 • info@mfrederick.com www.mfrederick.com

Sources & Credits

M. Frederick would like to credit and thank the following Corporate Sponsors: MERIDA BROADWAY CARPET • FARROW & BALL • M. FREDERICK FOR CHELSEA HOUSE • CLARENCE HOUSE • ANGELA BROWN LTD • JIM THOMPSON • BEACON HILL FABRICS • J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • STESSL & NEUGEBAUER • KURNAT WOODWORKING • RB HOME IMPROVEMENTS


Interior Decisions, Inc. Karla Trincanello, Allied ASID, NJ CID

Hidden Respite

Hidden Respite was inspired by the space itself hidden near the grand entertaining area and proximity to the gardens. It was once a covered porch but windows were installed by the owners to be used year round. Removing windows allowed the space to flow between interior and exterior and to show the lovely landscaping. The designer imagined a special place the homeowners could ‘get away’ from the formality of Glynallyn within their own home to enjoy the gardens or sit by a cozy fire in privacy. The brick walls, terracotta flooring, dark beams and stone fireplace create an intriguing space as a secret respite. A bass stone relief on the wall is reminiscent of medieval period and adds to the mystique of the room. The location adjacent to the gardens helped to visualize a comfortable and natural room as a special private space. To better utilize the room, sheer motorized shades give full view of the grounds as well as ability to choose to open the space to the outside or not. Natural colors and fabrics create a casual space with warm amenities as a haven from the activity of the home.

“A quiet, comfortable h ideaway surrou nded by nature’s beauty is a respite of peace, harmony and tranquility.”

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140 Columbia Turnpike, Florham Park, NJ 07932 • 973.765.9013 • intdecinc@aol.com www.interiordecisions.com

Sources & Credits

Drapery Treatment/Fabrication: NANCY’S DRAPERIES (trade only) • Drapery Fabric: FABRICUT FABRICS • Drapery Installation: JOSEPH IMBIMBO • Motorized Window Shades: CMI INTERIORS (trade only) • Furniture: INTERIOR DECISIONS, INC • Game Chairs: WALTER WICKERS • Accent Tables/Footstools: CREATIVE TOUCH DESIGN STUDIO (trade only) • Chandelier: YVES DELORME • Lamps: INTERIOR DECISIONS, INC., CAPITOL LIGHTING • Area Carpet: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Custom Built In: MILLWORK & MORE LLC • Media Equipment: WOODBRIDGE STEREO AND VIDEO INTEGRATION • Decorative Painting: PERIWINKLE SKIES Tobi Indyke


Papyrus Home Design Katja van der Loo

Th e Greenery

The design philosophy of Katja van der Loo is to create classic interiors, regardless of style, that will stand up over time. Spaces are shaped to embody the atmosphere we wish to create, cumulatively reflecting the essence of who we are and the spirit of the people who live in them. Color and light act as essential, yet subtle, backgrounds. The space should “live,” evolving and growing with one’s travels, art, photography and meaningful treasury of life experiences. It should allow one to freely change composition, introduce new ideas and eclectically blend different furniture in a way that, for reasons not completely explicable, make perfect sense in its context. The Greenery has beautiful architecture with wooden carvings and leaded glass doors and windows that truly make the space. To highlight and not detract from the room Katja chose to keep the furnishings simple and light. The space was originally a “greenery” or mudroom, as the room opens to the gardens. At some point, it was also used as a chapel. Now it is a quiet space to be creative.

“Tranquili Tea”

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922 Main Street, Boonton, NJ 07005 • 973.541.1220 • katjapapyrushomedesign@yahoo.com www.papyrushomedesign.com

Sources & Credits

Decorative Arts: Walls/Graphite Marble Installation/Ceiling Lime Based Metallic Plaster/Hand Painted Gingko Leaf Gunmetal: JUDITH LUKE • Custom Potting Table: J&M LIFESTYLES • Marble Topped Table: ROCKAWAY MARBLE AND GRANITE • Panton Chair: HIVE • Upholstered Chair: KRAVET FABRIC • Light Fixture: YOGA P-PL • Ceiling/Wall Light: AURELIANO TOSO • All Accessories and Plants: PAPYRUS HOME DESIGN LIFESTYLE BOUTIQUE


Pabríque LLC Connie Matsumoto

Nature On Tap

Inspired by the 400 year old beer cask head and our deep regard for honoring English Tudor architecture, our design celebrates old world hospitality with warmth and elegance. Within the stylish passageway, Glynallyn guests may be offered English ale, served in lovely etched glassware from the antique cask. In honor of Morris & Company’s 150th Anniversary, we chose fabrics from the archive collection, authentically English designs, newly interpreted with timeless appeal. The embroidered drapery fabric is based on the bed-hangings in Morris’s bedroom at Kelmscott Manor. Brer Rabbit, first registered in 1882, was used to create the skirt around the table finished in an Italian lime-based Marmorino plaster. From top to bottom, decorative finishes add timeless elegance and luminous drama. Decorative paints and glazes produce a beautiful, reflective finish on vintage plaster walls and ceilings that now shimmer as the morning dew. The plaster is enhanced to emulate aged ornamental wood, providing a framework for finely hand-painted elements, and the hardwood floor is embellished with a wood stain decorative inlay. For a touch of whimsy: our original design hand painted Bottoms Up pillow and tree of life wall hanging, “Drink to the days that are.” William Morris.

“A genuine h om e reflects wh o you are, naturally.”

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PO Box 554, Shawnee-on-Delaware, PA 18356 • 410.804.1696 • connie@pabrique.com www.pabrique.com

Sources & Credits

Fabrics/Passementerie: WILLIAM MORRIS, ZOFFANY • Lamps/Bench: PORTA ROMANA • Trays: JULIA KNIGHT • Pitcher: MICHAEL WAINWRIGHT • Glasses: HEALY ENGRAVING • Drapery Hardware: HOULÈS • Barrel: CARDINAL TAVERN • Statuary: PAOLINI’S, TRIPLE CREEK FARM & NURSERY • Table Fabrication: CHRIS JACKMAN • Drapery Install: CHARLIE PICCIONE • We proudly partnered with J&L Studios featuring Laura Kessler and Cheryl Mangine’s artistry in beautiful decorative wall, floor & table finishes and hand-painted wall hanging.


Kenneth/Davis Inc. Kenneth J. P. Wilkinson III, CID & Davis F. Tamburin, RA, AIA

Le Pa vilLon d’Eté

Our vision for the Summer Pavilion was to make our room stand out from the darkness of the rest of the home and enhance its original character while giving it a fresh look for 2012. The color palette of cream and Mediterranean blue became the base for the hand-made Moorish inspired lattice stencil. In the foreground of the room, a double-sided settee rests. Across from the fireplace, we placed a pair of luxurious shearling chairs designed by Jean-Michel Frank of Hermès on either side of a distressed parchment finish console. To the right of the fireplace, we have designed a dry bar utilizing our custom cabinet line. The bay window area boasts a custom designed sofa with luxurious pillows in the Mediterranean blue and cream Ikat patterned fabric. Additional seating is provided by using branch inspired side chairs at the dining table with an X design base. It is distressed in a parchment gray finish and is one of the most sought out designs. The table is set using Hermès porcelain in the Siesta Island pattern, flatware and St. Louis Crystal. We are so honored to be working with world renowned Hermès for this show house. Hermès’ history of excellence is unparalleled. Appréciez!

“In Summ er, th e song sings itself!”

-William Carlos Williams

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183 Mountain Avenue, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444 • 973.248.0870 • kennethdavisinc@optonline.net www.kennethdavis.net

Sources & Credits

Porcelain: HERMÈS • St Louis Crystal: HERMÈS • Shearling Chairs: HERMÈS Jean-Michel Frank • Double Sided Settee: STANFORD FURNITURE • Fabrics: STOUT FABRIC • Trim: BARGIA • Custom Sofa: MASTER INTERIORS • Floor Lamps: BARBARA COSGROVE • Table Lamps/Taborets: BUNGALOW 5 • Paint: MURALO PAINT • Custom Cabinetry: WELLFORD CABINETRY • Cabinetry Design: KENNETH/DAVIS • Dining Table/Console: HOOKER FURNITURE • Painting: PAINT TEK QUALITY PAINTING INC. (trade only) • Custom Faux Stencil Work: LINDA SOWA • Custom Fireplace: WHITE SPEED CONSTRUCTION • Rug: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Original Artwork: LYNN DONOVAN • Obelisk: KAREN ROBERTSON COLLECTION • Chandeliers: WUNDERLEY • Sconces: DUNES AND DUCHESS • Custom Seat Cushions: STEVE’S CUSTOM DRAPERY SHOPPE • Audio Visual: BRAVO AV • Original Artwork: PETER BYNUM • Original Sculpture/Base: JOHN EVANS


Butler’s of Far Hills, Inc. Jeffrey B. Haines

An Affair at Glynallyn

One would expect, in as gracious and formal of a home as Glynallyn, to find the dining room set up for a formal affair, yet today it is designed for an engaging and intimate celebration lunch. Different from the Tudor styled mansion, the dining room is unique with its Georgian influences, especially in the details of the beautifully detailed mantel and carved plaster ceiling. A Gustavian influenced color palette of muted blues and soft toasts is subtle yet graciously complements the details of the room. Our furniture arrangement suggests how a large dining room can be used to entertain in a more informal way than the typical formal dining room setting. The room features smaller intimate dining tables in the center and a larger dining table in the leaded muntined bay window. The tables are classically designed by Jeffrey B. Haines’ “Signature Style of Entertaining” and display a beautiful collection of china and glassware. Our dining room comfortably welcomes the guests into a few moments of a gentile sophisticated daytime celebration.

“Dining is always a celebration.”

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53 Route 202 South, Far Hills, NJ 07931 • 908.234.1764 • info@butlersoffarhills.com www.butlersoffarhills.com

Sources & Credits

Wood Flooring: SPEEDWELL DESIGN CENTER • Dining Table: RICHARD BEVAN FURNITURE AND ANTIQUES, LLC • Fabrics: LEE JOFA, CLARENCE HOUSE • Floral Design: LARKSPUR & THYME • Furnishings/Accessories: BUTLER’S OF FAR HILLS, INC • Decorative Painting: MARYLYN MODNY DESIGN • Area Rug: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Tableware: THE EAGLE’S NEST • Fireplace Accessories: SUMMIT FIREPLACE CENTRE


Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors, Ltd. Rachel Kapner

Lady Allen’s Bower

It was customary during the years Glynallyn Castle was being built (1913-1917) to have a special room for the lady of the house called a Bower - a private space to withdraw, read, embroider, or focus on an interest. Today, Grace Allen would be a strong, creative woman with style, imagination, and knowledge about creating a beautiful home after decorating the 66 rooms in Glynallyn. She would heed the words of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, a prominent novelist and feminist during the late 1800s, who helped pave the way for women to have their own careers. Allen would be a career woman, an Interior Designer, who creates beautiful rooms. The juxtaposition of the room between the kitchen and dining room is the perfect workplace for a home office - while tending to her family in the kitchen, she can make business calls at her desk, and when not entertaining, the dining room table is a perfect workspace to lay out projects and meet with clients. The room’s varying shades of mocha brown accented with lemon yellow and the architectural details and warmth of the upholstered walls add a modern day elegance.

“To be surrounded by beautiful things has much influence upon th e human creature; to make beautiful things has more.” -Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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560 Central Avenue, New Providence, NJ 07974 • 908.665.7997 • mim@creativewallcoverings.com www.creativewallcoverings.com

Sources & Credits

Millwork: FOLTZ CONSTRUCTION Gary Foltz • Painting/Paperhanging: PAINT TEK QUALITY PAINTING INC (trade only) • Home Theater/TV: WASSERSON DESIGN HOME THEATER AUTOMATION AND DISTRIBUTED AUDIO Gary Wasserson • Floor Covering: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Wallcoverings: SEABROOK DESIGNS • Ceiling Wallcoverings: PHILLIP JEFFRIES • Desk: SPRECTRUM through NIERMAN WEEKS NY • Console: MODERN HISTORY • Chandelier: CAPITOL LIGHTING • Sconces: GLOBAL VIEWS • Paint: RICCIARDI BROTHERS • Fabrics /Trims: VERVAIN ,FRANK KASMIR, SAMUEL AND SONS, KRAVET FABRICS, OSBORNE AND LITTLE, JF FABRICS, HOULÈS • Upholstered Desk Chairs/Side Chairs: FERGUSON COPELAND • Settee: TOMLINSON ERWIN-LAMBETH • Commissioned Artwork: JACQUE OMAN • Artist Rendering: BORIS REYT • Designers: Rachel Kapner, Lois Darling, Virginia Liberato, Mary LaVecchia, Andrea Daly, Kristin Badolato, MaryAnn Alvine, Carla Popolillo, Kristina Rovtar, Maria Cotto, Dorothy Goldberg.


Morgan House Interiors Sara Dickinson, Victoria Poploski & Jane Petrill

Th e Grande Gourm et

The “Grande Gourmet” Glynallyn Kitchen and Butler’s pantry was designed to incorporate the style and sophistication of the old world castle with modern amenities and functionality. The main kitchen cabinetry is richly detailed with hand staining and glazing for antiquity. The ornamental valances over the sink and range feature carved keys to create drama. A large central island offers vast counter space for working and cooking. An attached faux driftwood top, made of concrete, provides a less formal seating area. The morning room features a built-in hutch and buffet finished in a rich armor colored enamel with light distressing that fit in with the charming imperfections of the home. The sumptuous settee and large square table create an inviting area to enjoy a meal or catch up on daily tasks. Custom window coverings soften and warm the space. A modern convenience for any large scale home is a separate kitchen for food preparation. The Butler’s pantry is mainly appointed for staff and caterers. A creamy, hand-glazed finish on the cabinetry and the subtle wall color offer a monochromatic atmosphere. It adjoins the main kitchen, dining room, and front hall for ease of flow and entertaining.

“Meals and Memories are made h ere…”

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25 East Main Street, Clinton, NJ 08809 • 908.735.6654 • sara@morganhouseinteriors.com www.morganhouseinteriors.com

Sources & Credits

Cabinets: ELMWOOD CABINETRY From Morgan House Interiors • SubZero/Electrolux Appliances: FERGUSON • Carpentry: QUALITY HOME WOOD WORKS Don Fulmer • Tile: MS INTERNATIONAL • Audio/Visual: INTERCHANGE TECHNOLOGIES • Area Rugs: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Painting/Wallpapering: DESIGN 24 • Plumbing: BILL WHITNEY PLUMBING & HEATING • Concrete Driftwood Top: J&M LIFESTYLES • Furniture: DRNC CUSTOM FURNITURE From Morgan House Interiors • Plumbing Fixtures/Lighting Fixtures: EUROFASE by Ferguson • Accessories: MORGAN HOUSE INTERIORS • Countertops: SILESTONE by Marvic • Kitchenware: WILLIAMS-SONOMA • Architect Services: BRIAN M. TAYLOR ARCHITECTS • Electrical: MPOWER • Fabrics: ROBERT ALLEN FABRICS, KRAVET FABRICS From Morgan House Interiors • Butler’s Pantry Wallpaper: OSBORNE & LITTLE From Morgan House Interiors • Kitchen Wallpaper: RALPH LAUREN From Morgan House Interiors • Copper Sinks: STONE TECH


Lane’s End Decorative Arts Pat McWhorter

Putting on th e Ritz

Descend this stairwell into Glynallyn in its hey day. A retreat for Artists during the Jazz Age.

“Jazz can be a blank can vas full of possibilities.” -Barbara Januszkiewicz

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47 Ferris Lane, Oak Ridge, NJ 07438 • 201.274.3861 • patty_artist@yahoo.com www.lanesenddecorativearts.com

Sources & Credits

Concept Design/Decorative Painting/Fine Art Canvases: PATRICIA McWHORTER • Lighting: THE LAMP SHOP • Mixed Media Artists: SUSAN HOLFORD, IRENE FEIGEN • Carpet: COVE CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME • Custom Console Table: LARRY WHITE • A special thanks to my husband Mike for his assistance and all the hard work of operations!


Spring Street Dezigns & haute bungalow Dezi Folenta, Krista Abdy & Anne Pryor

Into Blu es

What’s hip, modern, and blue all over? “Into Blues” - A Jazz Club! Inspired by Turkish patchwork rugs and a Lee Jofa Ikat fabric, “Into Blues” is the homeowner’s personal jazz club. The rugs are made from salvaged pieces of old carpets, which have been over-dyed with vibrant colors, then stitched together to create a unique new piece– no two pieces are ever the same. The Lee Jofa Ikat is a printed linen, full of vibrant color and natural texture. The colorful accent textiles used throughout the space all take their cue from the ethnic inspirational pieces. The dramatic colors are counterbalanced with a variety of natural linens and flaxes. In addition to the textiles, the room is interspersed with a variety of surfaces: furniture pieces built from salvaged wood (some from old Shanghai factories), a concrete top on the cocktail table, metal chairs, and even a few pieces of Lucite. It’s fresh and natural, with a modern twist, that gives a nod to the classics, sometimes re-purposed, always discriminating, with a few shots of ethnic and the blues!!!

“Play th e music, not th e instrum ent.”

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haute bungalow: 249 Main Street, Chatham, NJ 07928 • 973.883.0400 • www.hautebungalow.com Spring Street Dezigns: 249 Main Street, Chatham, NJ 07928 • 973.635.2858 • www.springstreetdezigns.com

Sources & Credits

Concrete Top on Cocktail Table: J&M LIFESTYLES • Art: DELADE DESIGNS John Delade • Music Instruments: RS BERKELEY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS • Flooring on Stage: JUDITH LUKE • Fabrics: LEE JOFA FABRICS, CASAMANCE, HIGHLAND COURT, SCHUMACHER • Furnishings/Accessories: HAUTE BUNGALOW • Custom Wood Furniture: SPRING STREET DEZIGNS • Upholstered Cushions/Decorative Pillows: ELLA’S WINDOW FASHIONS (workroom) • Metal Handrail: HALSEY’S IRONWORK James Hearon • Artist Rendering: CHARLIE CHURCHILL


Nancee Brown Interiors Nancee Brown, ASID & Rena Pisauro

Lengeren

(Old English for Linger)

Steeped in history, this charming landing inspired us to create a space to linger. On the ground level, relax in the large and comfortable William and Mary chair. The beautiful English antique chest is in the style of the day with intricate carvings and details. The floor painting echoes the ceiling medallion and adds visual interest and pattern. The fabric panels with my silkscreened logo set within the ‘window’ openings, provides a pop of color. The bench adds further color with some bright pillows and an embroidered pillow that also highlights the medallion. Climbing the stairs to the mid level, the bas-relief figures on the wall are highlighted with a subtle glaze. On the stair landing, a simple Chinese cabinet with a fabulous floral arrangement is a testament to the family’s travels. Even a small landing can become a place to linger and enjoy the finer things in life. Arriving at the top of the landing, the intricacy of the plaster medallion is also emphasized with a subtle glaze.

“Th e total beauty of th is space is truly an enticem ent to linger!”

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21 Lenox Road, Summit, NJ 07901 • 908.608.1366 • nancee@nanceebrown.com www.nanceebrown.com

Sources & Credits

Decorative Artist: PORT-FAUX-LIO, INC. Aliya Riaz • Glaze Paint: STARK PAINT • Painters: TSAKANIAS PAINTERS • Wall Paint: BENJAMIN MOORE From Ricciardi Brothers • Wood Restoration: THE FURNITURE WHISPERER Ron Germinder • Large Chair: LEE JOFA FURNITURE AND FABRICS • Antique Chest/Mirror: RICHARD BEVAN FURNITURE • Chinese Chest: ALBERT JOSEPH GALLERY • Velvet Pillow Fabric: KRAVET FABRICS • Tassel Pillow Trim: PINDLER & PINDLER FABRICS • Linen Fabric: THIBAUT FABRICS • Pillows: MASTERPIECE UPHOLSTERY • Embroidery Artist: ELIZABETH KENNEDY • Window Panels: STESSL & NEUGEBAUER • Bench: BONNY NEIMAN ANTIQUES & ARTISAN • Spotlights: DOMB LIGHTING • Stair Carpet: COVE CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME


British Home Emporium George & Nina Karmallis

Take Five

(after Da ve Bru beck’s famous jazz recording)

Five minutes, five beats, five hours in this fabulous refuge from his demanding roles, our man of the moment retreats to his space filled with the colors of the jazz that inspires his soul. Here he can kick back and relax on the supple leather sofa, watching the view, watching the flat screen, watching the minutes tick by…1,2,3,4,5. Juxtaposed against the medieval architecture of this grand room, with its high ceiling, whimsical stained glass, and hand-carved wood, BHE presents the conversion to a modern sanctuary with its hand-crafted pine desk, solid oak console table, and lit black lacquered bookcase / flat screen TV console. The fully renovated bathroom features a light grey lacquered vanity with granite top. All the cabinetry is designed by our architects and custom made in our local wood shops. Hand rubbed leathers, velvets imported from France, zebra prints and menswear textiles, a unique mix of industrial materials, lucite, art and objects collected from travels across the globe fills the room with color and texture. Add to the mix state of the art electronics, which raises the environment to the level of perfection.

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91 Main Street, Madison, NJ 07940 • 973.443.0303 • george@britishpineemporium.com www.britishhomeemporium.com

Sources & Credits

Window Treatments/Painting/Home Furnishing/Rugs/Accessories: BRITISH HOME EMPORIUM • Tile/Bath Fixtures: IMAGINATIVE DESIGN CENTER • Vanity Countertops/ Fireplace Surround: ROCKAWAY MARBLE & GRANITE • Electronics: WAVERLY TV • Architect: MARCO MALAVARCA • Designers: Nina Karamallis, Valerie Matthews, Jihan Tannous, Sarah Fuchsman, Jill Goret, Teri Castelo


Danielle Ann Millican, Inc. Danielle Roehrich

Art in Arch itecture & Design

A collection develops over time. It will grow quickly in some directions and more slowly in others as ideas mature and evolve. That is the beauty of it; it’s a living thing. Attached to it are emotions and memories. Collecting is started on a whim or a want, and - pun intended - there is an art to it. Forget all the garage sale rubbish at the strip malls and stop purchasing the landfill fodder in catalogues. Buy just one good, if not great, piece each year - the best possible piece you can afford. Glynallyn offers the opportunity to exhibit a collection of design elements that compliment its structure and comment on its history, i.e. the oft repeated Tudor Rose. Raphael’s “Delle Loggie...”, Rome, 1772, based on 16th century paintings in the Vatican’s famed vault ceiling Loggia, are in a gallery overlooking Glynallyn’s vault ceiling Great Hall. An Audubon “American Crow” pays homage to Mr. Allen’s ‘Old Crow’ Kentucky bourbon fortune. One-of-a-kind 1920’s fashion watercolors reflect an era embraced by Glynallyn’s owners. 17th through 19th century antique botanicals echo the vast gardens. This collection of original drawings, engravings and lithographs creates an integral ensemble displaying a harmony of architecture, painting, sculpture and design. It offers a glimpse into a life of style in every sense of the word.

“Great collections don’t just happen; th ey are built, each piece a block– som e a cornerstone– of an expanding concept. It is a living th ing.”

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Florham Park, New Jersey • 973.966.9767 • info@danielleannmillican.com www.danielleannmillican.com

Sources & Credits

Artwork/Framing: DANIELLE ANN MILLICAN, INC • Carpets: COVE CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME • Lighting: CAPITOL LIGHTING • Painting: PHASE II MAINTENANCE COATINGS • Decorative Painting: LADY M DESIGNS • Paint: RICCIARDI BROTHERS • Electrician: MPOWER • TLC - Billie, Buck, Sadi


Houndstooth Interior Design Fred Root

Th e Messieurs’ Retreat

The design inspiration for “The Messieurs’ Retreat” reflects the tastes of two Gentlemen. The handsome couple met at Princeton and have been together for twenty-six years. The room is influenced by their travels to Europe and especially Savile Row in London. The Gentlemen’s eclectic and sophisticated tastes are represented by the artwork that is displayed on the faux lizard leather wallpaper with black lacquered trim. The room is designed as a sanctuary for relaxation, libation, and meditation. The selection of haberdashery fabrics include fine wools, silks, and velvet that provides a masculine environment that is both striking and seductive. The charcoal grey wall-to-wall carpet unifies the space. An exuberant and rare piece of multicolored onyx makes up the custom backlit headboard along with the luxurious bed linens and hangings set off the sleeping alcove. Upon entering the room, there is a well-appointed, mirrored bar with honey onyx and crystal. The two wool glen plaid covered, custom chaise lounges are reflected in the Deco-inspired mirror covered fireplace. In the dressing area, sits a unique chest of drawers covered in leather with nail-head trim. To the left, is standing a custom, beveled floor mirror in which to make sure all is in place before a night on the town.

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PO Box 125, Oldwick, NJ 08858 • 908.669.4785 • fhr@houndstoothllc.com www.houndstoothinteriors.com

Sources & Credits

Bed: DUX Bed • Bedding Linens: DUXIANA Fine Linens • Furniture/Fabrics: KRAVET FABRICS • Wallcovering: RALPH LAUREN • Fabric: HOLLAND AND SHERRY • Passementerie: SAMUEL AND SONS • Drapery Workroom: STESSL AND NEUGEBAUER • Carpentry/Painting: RB HOME IMPROVEMENT • Electric: REVELATIONS ELECTRIC • Fine Art: ROBERT GORDON FINE ART AND CUSTOM FRAMING • Carpeting: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Mirrors/Bar: GLASS CASTLE • Custom Lamp Shades: BLANCH FIELD • Lighting/Furniture: VAUGHAN • Lighting/Accessories/Paint: HOUNDSTOOTH INTERIOR DESIGN • Onyx Headboard/Bar: BRIDGEWATER MARBLE AND GRANITE • Fireplace Accessories: SUMMIT FIREPLACE CENTRE • Sculptures: STUDIO 7 FINE ART GALLERY


Jodie O’Designs, LLC Jodie O’Connor

A Woman’s Ca ve

Move over men, it’s the women’s turn now. Contrary to the man cave, a woman’s cave is a room where a woman can nurture herself by reenergizing, recharging and relaxing. The room is invigorated with colors of raspberry that are sprinkled sparingly to subtly energize the cream palette of the room. The woman’s cave is abundant with plush textural fabrics that are delicious for the eyes. Lounge in the sumptuous ivory wool Chippendale Style sofa, which pays homage to the rich English history of the mansion. Additional seating of a tufted wing chair accompanied by a petite lounge chair, are upholstered in a diamond velvet and linen background fabric. The chairs are the perfect place to sit with a friend and enjoy the warmth of the fireplace. Place a cup a tea atop the round ottoman that is upholstered in a cut-velvet damask fabric. An elegant writing desk and chair is designed with a soft, serene, and refined style that brings comfort at the end of a long day. The show stopping silk embroidered floral panels with spectacular hues of raspberry and citrus will beautifully frame the windows, but will not intrude on the lovely stained glass windows.

“Ch oose a job you lo ve, and you will never ha ve to work a day in your life.”

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1 Schindler Court, Whippany, NJ 07981 • 973.214.6600 • Jodieoc@aol.com www.ointeriordesigns.com

Sources & Credits

Sofa Fabric: ROBERT ALLEN • Sofa Nail Heads: DIAMOND HEAD UPHOLSTERY TACK • Sofa Pillow Fabric: PIERRE FREY, ROBERT ALLEN, FABRICUT • Brush Fringe: DURALEE • Trim: ROBERT ALLEN • Ottoman Upholstery: CLARKE & CLARKE • Desk Chair Slipcover; GALAXY DESIGN • Pleated Table Skirt Fabric- PIERRE FREY, ROBERT ALLEN • Brush Fringe: DURALEE • Window Treatments: TEXTURE • Footstool Fabric: GALAXY DESIGN • Tassels: LULA BELLE TASSELS • Paint: BENJAMIN MOORE From Ricciardi Brothers • Carpet: MASLAND/EVERLAST FLOORING • All other accessories and furniture donated by JODIE O’DESIGNS.


Diane Durocher Interiors, Inc. Diane Durocher, ASID, CID

Silver Anniversary

Our master bedroom palette of silver, charcoal and cream subtly suggests a Silver Anniversary Celebration. After 25 years, a couple would have acquired not only beautiful memories of their lives together, but also the time-loved furnishings that they would have purchased. Our Silver Anniversary Master Bedroom reflects and honors the past with a welcomed nod to the future, by updating their traditional furniture and refreshing their bedroom with a contemporary palette and accents. By placing the bed on the bathroom wall we are accomplishing two things; creating a dramatic focal point with the beautiful half-tester canopy bed, as well as allowing circulation and flow into the adjacent dressing room. Wrapping the room in a silver gray will unify the space and act as the perfect backdrop for the lush fabrics and furniture. However, the ceiling, which is the fifth wall and so expansive, should have attention brought to it. By installing the silver and cream ornamental arabesque wallcovering, we created interest while repeating the Tudor motif of Glynallyn.

“A celebration of lo ve that is as brigh t and enduring as silver.”

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Ramsey, NJ 07446 • 201.825.3832 • dmd1211@aol.com www.dianedurocherinteriors.com

Sources & Credits

Trim: AWARD FABRICS • Desk: BUNGALOW 5 • Painting & Millwork: DECO BUILDERS • Screen: DECORATIVE CRAFTS • Accessories: DESIGN SPREE • Drapery Hardware: DESIGNER’S RESOURCE • Trim: DURALEE • Bed: DUX Bed • Bedding Linens: DUXIANA • Wallcovering Installation: JOSEPH RIZZA • Artwork: JOYCE KRIEG ANTIQUE PRINTS • Fireplace Screen: KJB FIREPLACE • Fabric/Trim: KRAVET FABRIC • Chandelier/Lamps: LIGHTWAVES NJ • Artwork: MARK GALLERY • Headboard/Bench/Pouf: MASTERS INTERIORS • Florals: NANCY CONNER DESIGNS • Fabric/End Tables/Dresser: ROBERT ALLEN-BEACON HILL • Delivery: ROBERT NOTO • Trim: SAMUEL AND SONS • Bergere Chairs: SAMUELSON FURNITURE • Dresser/Half Tester & Bedding: STEVE’S CUSTOM DRAPERY SHOPPE • Artwork: STUDIO 7 ART GALLERY • Rug: THE RUG IMPORTER • Wallcovering: THIBAUT • Accessories: WHITE HOUSE FURNITURE • Many thanks to our vendors & workrooms whose products & talents have made our vision for “A Silver Anniversary Celebration” a reality.


Interiors at 40 Main Julie Koza, Nancy Casse & Marilyn DiColo

Th e Ladies’ Lair

Interiors at 40 Main would like you to step into the Ladies’ Lair for a “girls’ night in”. What a perfect place to put your feet up with a glass of wine and a little gossip, or gather around the cozy built-in banquette for a cold martini. Glitz and opulence is the inspiration for this getaway, tucked in an out of the way place where children and husbands will not discover it! Unique wall, ceiling, and floor treatments, along with a mixture of funky fabrics and interesting textures are just a few of the surprises you will find in this female version of the “Man Cave”.

“What woman does not deser ve a special room of h er own to entertain friends or curl up in a cozy nook with a great book?”

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6 Pine Street, Morristown, NJ 07960 • 862.258.3456 • info@40-main.com www.40-main.com

Sources & Credits

J.F. FABRICS • KRAVET FABRICS • DURALEE/HIGHLAND COURT FABRIC and TRIMS • FABRICUT FABRICS • YORK WALLPAPER/CANDICE OLSEN • JAIPUR RUGS • ELEMENTS TRADE LIGHTING • BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS • ERNIE SPAGNUOLO HOME IMPROVEMENTS • PAT SPERONE WALLPAPER and PAINTING • STUDIO EIGHTEEN INTERIOR DECORATIVE ART Heather Pallota • SCHOOLEY’S MOUNTAIN CRAFTS Ron Zielensky • WEST ELM • Window Treatment Installation: JOSEPH AND LEO VIGIL • CENTURY MOLDINGS • CHARLES STEWART FURNITURE • INTERIORS AT 40 MAIN WORKROOM


M.R. Sferra Interior Design Mary Sferra, ASID, CID

17 Going On 30

Like every other young girl who wishes she were older, the daughter of the house can’t wait to grow up and have an apartment of her own. Until then, our “17 going on 30” young lady enjoys all the comforts of home in this sophisticated, chic bedroom complete with her own fireplace and private bath. A subtle play of pattern, soft pastels, and iridescence shimmer throughout the room. The teen obligatory prerequisite of purple is present in the softer tone of lavender. The fireplace wall is draped in a beautiful color of French lilac. To accentuate the color and focal point wall, a magnificent marble has been added to compliment and add excitement to the fireplace surround and hearth. The walls are wrapped in an off-white grasscloth with shimmering silver accents peeking through. ‘Everything old is new again’ in the play of pattern on pattern in the beautiful bedding, repeated in the headboard and again in draperies. The grandeur of ‘Glynallyn’, the house and its many stained glass windows inspired the unique patchwork design of the headboard. The headboard’s playful use of color, pattern and the dimension of the tufted panels offers a new stained glass interpretation for our Princess.

“Everyth ing old is new again.”

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463 Jefferson Avenue, Haworth, NJ 07641 • 201.384.8965 • mary.sferra@verizon.net www.mrsferrainteriordesign.com

Sources & Credits

DAUGHTER’S ROOM: Fireplace Marble Surround: ARTISTIC MARBLE & GRANITE SURFACES • Desk Chair: BAKER • Mattress/Fine Linens: DUXIANA • Chandelier: GLOW LIGHTING The Lighting Design Center at Feldman Brothers • Venetian Plaster: HEAVEN ON WALLS Joan Ginty, Decorative Artist, Faux Finish & Murals • Window Treatment: KAY WINDOW FASHION • Accessories: KDP HOME • Shade Fabric: KRAVET FABRIC • Desk Lamp: LAMPWORKS • Original Artwork: MARK GALLERY • Mosaic Artwork: MCM-Michael Curry Mosaics • Lounge Chair: MICHAELEAN & KOHLBERG • Paint: MURALO PAINT Represented by Ricciardi Brothers • Wallpaper Installation: MYSTIC WALLPAPER & PAINT • Wallcovering: STARK • Area Rug: CREATIVE TOUCH DESIGN STUDIO • Headboard: UNIQUE FINISHERS LLC, Represented by M.R. Sferra Interior Design • Dresser/Night Tables/Mirror/Desk: UNIQUE FINISHERS LLC • Plaster Artisan for Reconstruction of Crown Molding: V&J CONSTRUCTION CO • DAUGHTER’S BATH: Plumbing Fixtures: AMERICAN STANDARD Represented by General Plumbing Supply • Wood Materials for Panels • ATLANTIC PLYWOOD CO • Decorative Wood Panel & Molding: CUSTOM WOODCRAFT FURNITURE • Wall Sconce: FELDMAN BROTHERS • Demolition: MICHAEL A. PAPA MASONRY • Paint: MURALO PAINT Represented by Ricciardi Brothers • Tile Supplier: VIRTUE TILE • Tile Installation: WESLEY SONDEJ • DAUGHTER’S CLOSET: Closet System: CLOSETTEC of NJ • Carpet: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Lucite Chair: NIERMAN WEEKS • Paint: MURALO PAINT Represented by Ricciardi Brothers


Hastings Designs Daryl Hastings

Sir William’s View

The inspiration for Glynallyn was Compton Wynyates Castle in England. Sir William Compton, owner and friend of Henry VIII must have enjoyed such views as this. The surroundings are loosely interpreted in this mural, but the castle’s details and gardens are true. The soft, limited palette helps create the illusion of receding space, which is a useful way to address a confined area such as this. Colors of umbers and siennas feel old world and the green gives it a modern twist. The ancient looking candle bracket picks up some Glynallyn details and adds to the castle ambiance.

“Fresh, elegant interpretation in paint for today’s lifestyles.”

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18 Upper Kingtown Road, Pittstown, NJ 08867 • 908.730.7271 • hastingsdesigns@comcast.net www.darylhastings.com

Sources & Credits

Painting/Faux Finish Assistance: PETER FRANK • Scaffolding: J&L PAINTING Larry Bieda • Thank you to Kate & Charlie Marchesini of Acorn Designs and Jim Pitts for all their help and inspiration!


Broadfoot & Broadfoot Scott A. Broadfoot

Vision

“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others” – Jonathan Swift. Bringing the best of the contemporary art world to the public... this is my passion. Broadfoot & Broadfoot, A Collection of Fine Art, is a gallery featuring the work of some 27 artists who represent a broad cross section of the contemporary art world. The work you will see in the third floor hallway, Vision, is some of the best you will find from both my Boonton and SoHo Collections. Art evokes emotion, thus making the viewer think... as you walk through Vision, I hope your soul is transcended. Enjoy.

“Vision is th e art of seeing what is in visible to oth ers.” - Jonathan Swift

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811 Main Street, Boonton, NJ 07005 • 973.331.0077 • broadfootandbroadfoot@yahoo.com www.broadfootandbroadfoot.com

Sources & Credits

BROADFOOT & BROADFOOT, A COLLECTION OF FINE ART


Kerry Seely Design Kerry Seely

It is a Pirate’s Life for m e!

When you were a child did you ever dream of having a space of all your own? A place where you could let your imagination run free. A place where you could escape reality... and your parents. Kerry Seely Design has transformed the cedar closet into a pirate themed getaway for children. Welcome to the wondrous world of pirates and buried treasure. Here children embrace their creativity and imagination as they engage in hours of play. This space is sure to bring smiles and delight to children of all ages!

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10 Quarry Court, Randolph NJ, 07869 • 973.879.1379 • kerry.seely@yahoo.com www.kerryseelydesign.com

Sources & Credits

Fabrics: F. SCHUMACHER & CO., DURALEE, JIM THOMPSON, PINDLER & PINDLER • Trim: SAMUEL & SONS, KRAVET, DURALEE • Pillow/Chair Pad Fabrication: ELLA’S WINDOW FASHION • Hand Painted Table/Chairs: KERRY SEELY DESIGN • Pirate Ship Watercolor: DAVID SCHEIRER • Skull & Cross Bones Watercolor/Seascape Mural: KERRY SEELY DESIGN


Maria Bevill Interiors Maria K. Bevill, Associate ASID

La Petite Suite

Every client is unique. Their lifestyle and personality are theirs and theirs alone. Years of experience, combined with strong intuition, help me give my clients what they want, even if they are not sure themselves. Home should be where comfort meets style, where luxury and elegance are warm and livable. When the project is complete, I want the client’s personality to shine through. Lovely and charming, the home should still look lived in. It should not look like a decorator just installed it. La Petite Suite is inspired by my travels through Europe, Asia, and Africa, especially, in this case, by the beautiful small hotels I’ve encountered in Paris where luxury and comfort prevail. Glynallyn invites the harmonizing of classic contemporary and elegant French styles. Opulent fabrics, rich cut velvets, soft leathers, and textured solids combine to create a space that invites you to relax and pamper yourself. The serene palette of azure blue, taupe, and gray add to the luxurious ambiance. It is a suite inviting and comfortable.

“Hom e is wh ere comfort m eets style.”

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56 Hillside Road, Chester, NJ 07930 • 908.879.6163 • bevillinteriors@comcast.net www.bevillinteriordesign.com

Sources & Credits

Walls: DECORATIVE PAINTING BY JOYCE LAHMIDI • Paint: SHERWIN WILLIAMS • Millwork/Construction: CAPRA CUSTOM CABINETRY, RUSYN CONSTRUCTION, MORRISTOWN LUMBER • Lighting: NICHOLAS ANTIQUES, VISUAL COMFORT, CURRY CO. • Decorative Tile: THERESA MUSTAFA • Art/Accessories: HIGHLAND ART GALLERY, STUDIO 7 FINE ART GALLERY, ARTERIORS, FADRI COLLECTION FAUX FUR, FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS, MATT’S GLASS, MELI MELO, SCUBE DESIGNS • Furniture: PEARSON FURNITURE, BAKER FURNITURE, LEWIS MITTMAN, LUNA PIENA, CAPRA CUSTOM CABINETRY, MUNIZ • Fabric/Drapery Fabrication: STITCHES INTERIOR, PINDLER & PINDLER, MICHAELS TEXTILES, KRAVET FABRICS, SAMUEL AND SONS, FABRICUT FABRICS, SCUBE DESIGN • Floral Design: LAURA CLARE • Rendering: ABBY JOCHNOWITZ • Painting: DISTINCTIVE PAINTING & WALL COVERING


Gacek Design Group Richard Gacek

Th e Map Restorer’s Keep

The concept of our design is that of one that takes in the unique architectural feel of the space. The arched, trussed ceiling and unique wood treatments coupled with the faux skylight detail inspired me to think of repose from the vast public home below; a place to escape, contemplate, and even meditate while indulging in a hobby fueled by great passion: map restoration, researching and even the creating of innovative display. Today, we can enter an address and have our route created for us. The maps of the past were documents of history as well as social migrations. The restorer’s keep integrates the warmth and protective qualities of the environment and even makes a play on the ship-like feel when one traveled the world centuries ago by boat. Our color palette of neutral taupe and cream with hints of lavender harkens to the colors in the leaded glass windows throughout the house while creating a sense of peace within the Keep, so called because it “keeps” one ever present and calm, stimulated and protected all at the same time. My thought is to have one enter this room and feel a calm repose while sensing the unique tasks being undertaken in this sumptuously private work space.

“Restorative escape in wh ich to pursu e one’s passions…”

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2481 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938 • 215.862.9038 • richard@gacekdesign.com www.gacekdesign.com

Sources & Credits

Fabrics: ROBERT ALLEN • Faux Finisher: JANELL’S DESIGNS Janell Keneske • Drapes/Pillows: WINDOW WARE Tom Depalma • Lighting: LIGHTING BY DESIGN Paul Mihranian • Reupholstery: GOLDEN TOUCH UPHOLSTERY Larry Goldstein • Area Rugs: CREATIVE TOUCH DESIGN STUDIO Fabienne Louis • Custom Art: EV STUDIO Eleanor Voorhees • Custom Framing: FRAME SHOP Soraya • Custom Console/Metal Art Pieces: MOORLAND STUDIOS, INC. David Caan • Custom Cocktail/Table Shelves: KEVIN KOPIL


Linda Benson Interiors Linda Benson

Pippa Middleton’s Private Office

Every woman needs her own office – especially the sister of the Dutchess of Cambridge with her full social calendar. This elegant office is where Pippa can answer emails, write thank you notes, and respond to her many invitations. It is a lovely and cozy retreat where she can lounge, read a book, listen to music and unwind from her busy schedule. This personalized space fits the lifestyle of this very active socialite and philanthropist while she conducts meetings with her clients and colleagues from her previous P.R. and Event-Management positions. It is a place where she can work on the many details for her various charities while she enjoys her quaint surroundings. And finally, it is an escape where she can sit down, kick up her feet and enjoy a laugh with her sister Kate. Step into Pippa’s domain surrounded by custom-designed furnishings and mementos from her worldly travels and you feel as if you never want to leave. Every woman deserves a place of her own – especially the busy and social Pippa Middleton.

“Every woman deser ves a place of h er own.”

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39 Bissell Road, Lebanon, NJ 08833 • 908.236.0470 • Lbensoninteriors@yahoo.com www.lindabensoninteriors.com

Sources & Credits

Custom Carpentry: SUMMIT CONSTRUCTION Richard L. Refalo • Building Supplies: HUSTON LUMBER & WINDSOR MILLWORKS • Painting: KOCHANSKI PAINTING Mike Kochanski • Wallcovering Installation: THE DEAN OF WALLCOVERING Geoffrey Dean • Extra-Fine Arrowroot Wallcovering: PHILLIP JEFFRIES LTD. • Watercolor Rendering: KATHY SHALER-DEFILIPPIS • Interior Photography: MARCO ZAMBELLI STUDIO • Furniture Painting: YELLOW HOUSE ANTIQUES • Window Treatment Installer: GLENROY FOSTER • Window Treatment/Bar Valance: CUSTOM THROUGH KAY WINDOWS • Window Treatment Fabric: SCHUMACHER • Bar Valance Fabrics: SCHUMACHER, FABRICUT • Wing Chairs/Sofa: CUSTOM THROUGH MASTERS INTERIORS • Sofa Fabric /Trim: FABRICUT • Wing Chair Fabric/Trim: DURALEE, SAMUEL & SONS • Pillows/Cushions/Desk Chair Cushion/Tablecloth: CUSTOM DEBBIE FICO • Pillow/ Cushions/ Desk Chair Cushion Fabrics: LEE JOFA, SCHUMACHER, FABRICUT, ROMO • Tablecloth Fabric /Trim: SCHUMACHER, SAMUEL & SONS • Trims: SAMUEL & SONS • Rug: FIBREWORKS Major Mills • Bulletin Board Fabric: FABRICUT • Artwork: MAUREEN CHATFIELD, VICTOR MARTINEZ, LAUREN HOCHENBERGER • Coffee Table Stone Top: MORELLI CONTRACTING • Mirrors: FOREST GALLERY, ALLCOUNTY GLASS • Octagonal Table: KEN DOMINKO • Sofa/Wing Chairs/ Coffee Table/Pillows/Desk Chair/Desk/Bulletin Board/Wastebasket/Tissue Box/All Lamps/Lighting/Tablecloth/Bar Mirror/Bar Cabinet/Side Table/End Tables/Accessories: Antique & Custom LINDA BENSON INTERIORS • Artwork: HUNT SLONEM • Coffee Table Base: PERFORMANCE WELDING Phil • Special thanks to Richard Refalo, Mike Kochanski & Geoffrey Dean.


Affordable Closets Plus, LLC Angel & DeVoe Martin

His & Hers Hidden Treasures

A feeling of luxury envelops you from the moment you enter this 17’ x 21’ front room - professionally transformed into an elegant 12’ x 21’ His & Hers dressing room. The coffered ceiling, special moldings, lighting and brass accents are just a few of the fine features that make this dressing room so graceful and stylish. Soothing hues of blue set the peaceful mood, helping you begin your day in a space of tranquility. The “His” side provides ample storage for men’s business and casual apparel and accessories. The “Hers” side provides the functional storage needed for any woman’s lifestyle... sections for formal wear, business and casual attire. There is also ample storage for her prized accessories...jewelry, shoes, handbags and more. The drawer unit doubles as a beautiful piece of furniture for additional storage for lingerie and seasonal items. Secret hidden storage areas add to the personality and functionality of this space. You will be eager to store and secure your personal treasures in this treasure of a closet.

“Maximizing storage needs with Style, Security and Practicality in mind.”

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225 Murray Street, Bangor, PA 18013 • 1.800.823.4227 • angel@affordableclosetsplus.com www.affordableclosetsplus.com

Sources & Credits

We would like to thank the following sources for their contributions to making our space a success: ATLANTIC PLYWOOD CORPORATION, BELLA FLOORING, BLOOMINGDALE’S, FUN HOUSE FURNISHINGS & DESIGN, HEAVEN ON WALLS, HAFELA AMERICA, BRIDGEWATER MARBLE & GRANITE


Olsen Design Suzanne Olsen, Allied ASID

Under th e Silver Moon

My favorite place on the earth is at the beach, with the waves crashing at my feet. Smelling the salt air and walking barefoot on a sandy beach. Every summer since as far back as I can remember I have always spent time at the beach. So many fond memories...of building sand castles and falling asleep under the silver moon and stars, watching the refection on the waves coming to shore and dreaming of castles and princesses and knights of another time. The princesses’ nursery “Under the Silver Moon” was born from all those blissful summers and many trips to moon lit beaches and sandy shores around the world. I loved the architectural detail of this space, the sloped ceilings, brick fireplace and romantic window balcony. What a perfect setting for the young princess. The bathroom was a challenge I refused to ignore. I knew the space could be transformed into a tranquil oasis, all it needed was a little love, artistic creativity and beautiful tile! The play closet is a bit of whimsy, a tribute to Mr. Allen’s “Angel Fish”.

“Th e Sea...once it casts it’s spell h olds one in it’s net of wonder forever.” - Jacqu es Cousteau

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PO Box 66, Far Hills, NJ 07931 • 908.306.0243 • designerspace@hotmail.com www.olsendesigngroup.com

Sources & Credits

Crib/Armoire/Dresser: BRATT DÉCOR • Bathroom Tile: MEDITERRANEAN TILE & MARBLE • Tile Work: MIKE KRZYZANOWKSI • Painting: BEN’S PAINTING • Carpentry: MJS CUSTOM Mike Schmidberger • Floor Refinishing: EXCEPTIONAL FLOORING CONCEPTS • Sofa/Chairs: ALBERT JOSEPH GALLERY • Carpeting: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Vanity/ Toilet/Faucets: AF SUPPLY • Lighting: ABC LIGHTING • Trim Work: MICHAEL KIENZLE • Renderings/Hand Painting/Faux Finishes/Fine Art/Accessories/Fabric/Floral Arrangements: OLSEN DESIGN • A special big thank you to Suzanne Michelsen, MARQUEE DESIGNS GROUP for all her diligent work on the bathroom.


Anthony Albert Studios Anthony Passanante, Allied ASID, CKD, CBD

Tudor Glam

Most of my inspiration for this bathroom came from the beautiful architecture of this home. I felt the space needed to be fresh and glamorous. I chose the check pattern floor for its classic style and the texture that it brings to the space. The color palette for the wall finishes were taken from these tiles. A sheen was given to the dark ceiling to have a reflective quality and the walls remain lighter to keep the space fresh and have contrast with the cabinetry. A rich walnut with burled center panels was chosen for the cabinetry. The cabinet doors have multiple panels that you will see in the architecture throughout the interior of the home. The linen cabinet has a Gothic arch top with a leaded motif antique mirror as the center panel. This Gothic arch you will see repeated throughout this home. The crown detail on this cabinet resembles brackets on the exterior and the marble top gives it a unique feel. You will see a lot of beautiful antique mirror being used here. It gives the space a more glamorous feel with a contemporary flare. Crystal hardware for the cabinetry was used and crystal for the light sconces and chandelier. With a lot of cool colors here, I felt the space needed a punch of color. You can see this in the draped fabric and a few other accessories throughout this space.

“Inspiration is all arou nd us, we just ha ve to find it.”

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40 East Prospect Street, Waldwick, NJ 07463 • 201.857.2868 • anthony@anthonyalbertstudios.com www.anthonyalbertstudios.com

Sources & Credits

Tile: MEDITERRANEAN TILE & MARBLE • Countertops: ARTISTIC MARBLE & GRANITE SURFACES • Bath Fixtures: HARDWARE DESIGNS • Mirrors: ARTIQUE GLASS STUDIO • Wall Finishes: STUDIO EIGHTEEN • Lighting: LIGHTWAVES • Fabric: BELMONT SHADE & DRAPERY • Architectural Woodcarvings: ART FOR EVERYDAY • Art Work: BRIAN KLUTCH


Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery Kathleen Palmer

Th e Glynallyn Collection Collecting art is a love affair. It nourishes our soul and brings joy and memories to our lives. The breathtaking creations of the artists that I represent at Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery are my inspiration for the design of “The Glynallyn Collection.” A lighted glass creation by Barry Entner shines from the ceiling, while paintings in oil, pastel and watercolor of flowers and sunsets and bucolic landscapes enrich the oak paneling of the second floor hallway. Blown art glass is displayed in an ornate lighted cabinet and select pieces of sculpture made of glass and bronze sit atop pedestals which have been carefully placed along the hallway. The Glynallyn Collection is a celebration of the talent of local artists who bring beauty to the mansion and give visitors the opportunity to own a piece of art from the collection for their home or office.

“Collecting art is a lo ve affair. It nourish es our soul and brings joy and m emories to our lives.”

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5 Morristown Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924 • 908.630.9770 • pskjpalmer@verizon.net www.studio7artgallery.com

Sources & Credits

Glass Chandelier: BARRY ENTNER • Artists: STEPHANIE AMATO, JAMIE BARTHEL, JAY BRIDGLAND, ALBERT L. BROSS JR., CHARLIE CHURCHILL, MARK DE MOS, SUSAN DONNELL, BARRY ENTNER, DENISE FISCHER, GARY GODBEE, GERRY HEYDT, RAE HOFFMAN, LEE W. HUGHES, JAN LEWCZENKO, CAROL LIVINGSTON, JAMES MCGINLEY, DOUGLAS MERRITT, CODY NICELY, ANTHONY PANZERA, JAKE PFEIFER, JOHN REILLY, CHARLES ROBINSON, DEBORAH SEYMOUR, JOHN CHARLES SMITH, COSTA VAVAGIAKIS, THOMAS VALENTI, ALANA VAN RENSSELAER, MILES VAN RENSSELAER, MARY ANN VIOLA • Carpentry/Painting: MODUGNO CARPENTRY • Electrician: MPOWER ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR • Rendering: CHARLIE CHURCHILL


Fun House Furnishings & Design Jennifer Connell & Jane Connell

Th e Singles Suite

The Singles Suite is all about creating the perfect guest room. We envisioned a room that is comfortable for multiple guests. The Pointillist painting style wallpaper with intertwining branches allows for rhythmic movement and creates a perfect backdrop for the two Artisan Poster beds, which sport full headboards and dramatic horizontal stripes. The combination exudes a feeling of warmth and comfort. The Libretto style chairs and ottoman flank the teal tiled fireplace, allowing for guests to relax, read and stay warm. The light colored rug, whimsical fabrics and classic wood furniture combine to produce a room feeling rich in organic texture. This is a truly sophisticated guest room where visitors can feel at home, whether they are friends, family or your own children returning from college.

“Our work does not ha ve a signature stamp. It is about th e client, not us.”

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6 East Main Street, Mendham, NJ 07945 • 973.543.6429 • orders@funhousefurnishings.com www.funhousefurnishings.com

Sources & Credits

Fun House would like to thank the following companies who helped us with “The Singles Suite” for The 2012 Mansion in May. Window Treatment/Custom Bedding: STITCHES INTERIORS • Construction/Painting: SOVEREIGN CONTRACTING • Wallpaper Installation: DAVE JURGENSEN INC. • Furniture: HICKORY CHAIR • Rug: WOVEN FLOORS • Fireplace Tile: MEDITERRANEAN TILE & MARBLE • Red Lacquer Mirror: BEE LINE HOME • Fabric: NOBILIS, PIERRE FREY • Luggage: MANU


Accents by Design Sagri Frieber

Glynallyn Drawing Room Drawing Room is the modernization of Withdrawing Chamber. Family and friends would withdraw to this room to engage in various leisure activities, from playing games of chess and conversing to reading together and simply enjoying a glass of Merlot. The inspiration for this room is derived from the English Tudor style and the surrounding rural atmosphere, by using a masculine, yet welcoming combination of fabrics, patterns and furniture. These include a paisley and plaid Scottish velvet pattern on the walls and draperies, chairs with pheasants printed on linen, mahogany tables and a yew wood English secretary. The richly colored interior creates a club style atmosphere for entertaining which defines the warm character of the room. This sophisticated look is accentuated by the decorative objects from the Orient. The window treatments consist of a complex serpentine cornice from which falls a gathered valance with goblets, pleats and cascades, finished with heavy bullion fringe and elegant tassels and ropes. The grace and weight of this glorious drapery complement the proportions of the room and its decorations.

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2493 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921 • 908.234.9425 • sagri@accentsbydesign.net www.accentsbydesign.com

Sources & Credits

All Furnishings/Accessories/Lamps/Secretary/Antiques: ACCENTS BY DESIGN • Window Treatment/Pillows/Upholstery: ACCENTS BY DESIGN WORKROOM • Fabrics: SCALAMANDRE • Rug: J&S DESIGNER FLOORING • Mahogany Tables/Game Table/Fireplace Gallery: SMITH & WATSON FURNITURE • Fireplace: THE KITCHEN STUDIO • Painting: HIGHLAND ART GALLERY • Web Design/Promotion: FRIEBER.COM • Special thanks to my sons Daniel and Michael, my husband Mitchell and my mother for their love and support.


Susan Cohan Gardens, LLC Susan Cohan, APLD

Th e Voyager’s Lou nge The Voyager’s Lounge is a place to end the day, to unwind or to entertain. The second floor terrace reflects the well-travelled adventurer who has collected things from years of exploration and visits to exotic and far off places. The lush and exuberant outdoor space is layered with brilliant, jewel-toned hues, patterns, textures and plants. The 21st century sensibility is evident in the use of the reclaimed, recycled and antique. A green wall, architectural artifacts, contemporary furniture and antique sculpture combine with unusual plants to make the terrace an outdoor oasis that is both hip and historic.

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Chatham, NJ 07928 • 973.665.9260 • susan@susancohangardens.com www.susancohangardens.com

Sources & Credits

Terrace Built By: A. SCHEPPE CONTRACTORS • Furniture/Accessories: MICHAELIAN & KOHLBERG • Planters/Plants: THE FARM AT GREEN VILLAGE • Green Wall: ECOWALLS • Rugs: FAB HABITAT • Upholstery Fabric: SINA PEARSON • Pillow Fabric: SCHUMACHER • Upholstery/Pillows: ESTHELA’S UPHOLSTERY SHOP • Paint/Stain: BENJAMIN MOORE


Re-Feather Your Nest Decorating, LLC Susan Hayes

Th e Enchanted Castle Imaginarium

What better way to stimulate your child’s imagination than with an enchanted castle playroom guarded by a silver knight! Nothing is more powerful than a child’s mind and this playroom will provide endless hours of creative activity. The colors of the playroom keep with the regal theme of the castle with gunmetal plum and soft lavender. The floor has a lush plum carpeting with silver metallic threads glowing with warmth to keep the young royals feet warm in the drafty castle. The lavish carpet leads up to the King and Queen’s throne carved into a platform and embellished with crystal jewels. The throne is strategically placed for the best view of the hand-built Marionette Stage, which is framed in rich, luxuriously textured fabrics and adorned with jewels. A mirrored vanity allows the Queen to admire herself (“mirror, mirror on the wall...”), along with the other noble visitors. There are costumes and play clothes for all sorts of adventures, along with toys to inspire those precious young minds. The walls are hand-painted to create the look of stone with a turret or two placed along the wall. The magical room is adorned with a crystal chandelier sparkling throughout and finishing the room with a richness and splendor of a royal court. What a way to ignite a child’s imagination!

“Oh th e places you’ll go!”

-Dr. Seuss

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4 Bird Song Court, Chester, NJ 07930 • 908.879.2495 • susan.refeatheryournest@gmail.com www.refeatheryournest.com

Sources & Credits

Painting/Building/Faux Painter: DENISE MONTERO Creative Art Director: Project Team • Window Treatments: MICHELLE GONNELLA Project Team, V2K, WINDOW DÉCOR & MORE • Curtain & Upolstery Fabrics: KASMIR FABRICS • Rendering: PIYA JAIN Interior Design student • Toys: TOYS WITH LOVE • Furniture: STAIANOS FURNITURE • Project Contractor: BECK CONSTRUCTION Richard Leopold • Painting: M&D PAINTING Matt DiMarco • Carpeting: WORLDWIDE WHOLESALE CARPET AND FLOORING


Lori Jacobsen Design, LLC Lori Jacobsen, Allied ASID, CGP

Th e Bau haus Room

The Bauhaus Room was inspired by the movement of the same name, which began during the early 1900s. This movement is characterized by geometric design, respect for practical material and its economic sensibilities. This unique transitional space provided the perfect backdrop for creating a comfortable respite for a new graduate entering the workforce for the first time. The estate’s proximity to public transportation coupled with the eco-mindedness of today works nicely with the design philosophy applied in this room.

“Less is more.”

-Mies van der Roh e

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15 Ashland Drive, Montville, NJ 07045 • 201.452.4599 • ljconcepts@hotmail.com www.lorijacobsendesign.com

Sources & Credits

Interior Design: LORI JACOBSEN • Carpentry: STATE HOME IMPROVEMENTS • Bed /Linens: DUXIANA • Dresser/Desk/Chair/Area Rug: DESIGN WITHIN REACH • Lighting: CAPITOL LIGHTING • Audio Video: TALK OF THE TOWN • Window Shades: C&M SHADE • Window Remote System: SOMFY • Clay Plaster/Canvas: STUDIO EIGHTEEN • Printed Canvas: ALLIED PRINTING • Paint: SMART LITTLE HOUSE • Carpet Squares: EXCEPTIONAL FLOORING CONCEPTS • Lounge Chair/Office Units: C.J. OFFICE FURNITURE • Lounge Chair Fabric: MASTER’S INTERIORS • Reupholstering: ULTIMATE UPHOLSTERY • Bicycle: CYCLE CRAFT • End Table: CUTTING EDGE GLASS


NJ ASID Student Affairs Committee Robin LaMonte, Associate ASID & Design Students

Entré Rouge

The meaning of “Enter Red” is to introduce our interior design students who are members of the premier interior design community of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). The students who worked on this room come from the five colleges where Interior Design is a major. The colleges represented are: Kean University, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Berkeley College, Brookdale Community College, and Raritan Valley Community College. The students were under the guidance of ASID members Robin LaMonte, Gwen Nagorsky, and Jeffrey Brooks. Robin is the Student Affairs Committee Chair, Gwen is the professional liaison to NJIT, and Jeffrey is the professional liaison to Kean University. We chose the red theme because red is the color of ASID’s logo. We wanted the guests to see how talented our future interior designers are and to come away with an appreciation of how current designers mentor the next generation.

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30 Cameron Court, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 • 908.766.9575 • roomsrevamped@aol.com www.rooms-revamped.com

Sources & Credits

This room was designed and furnished exclusively by members of the ASID Community of Designers and Industry Partners • Macassar Ebony Credenza: MILLWORK AND MORE Sean Benetin • Painting/Wallpapering: PAINTTEK Michael O’Brien • Zebra Print Wallcovering: THIBAUT • ARNITEX: Nancy Feindt • Artwork: HIGHLAND ART GALLERY • Paint: STARK FABRIC AND WALLCOVERINGS Mary Rita Williams • Casadeco Wallcoverings: ARNITEX Patricia Martins • Faux Painted Canvas Zebra Rug: STUDIO EIGHTEEN Heather Pallotta • Furniture: A&R DESIGN SHOWROOM • Tibetan Wool Rug: ROYAL INTERCONTINENTAL Jeffrey Brooks


Canterbury Design Jim Dove, Alison Griffin & Melissa Seibold

Gu est Suite Kitch en Retreat

Whether for an overnight visit or extended stay, the Guest Suite Retreat Kitchen is a sophisticated living environment that is as hard working as it is aesthetically pleasing. The space is small and cozy enough for a couple’s respite, yet large enough for entertaining larger groups in its own right. While still paying homage to Glynallyn’s sophistication, the Guest Suite is purposefully distinct in its concept and aesthetic. The color palette and materials of the kitchen are both crisp and clean with various colors and textures. Cabinetry details are subtle and refined. The walls of the space were purposefully extended to even out all existing protrusions while also allowing the pantry storage, dish hutch and refrigerator to recess into them gracefully. An elegant arch encompasses the handmade LaCornue Range, Hood and Cabinetry. The space has an open floor to the adjacent living area which provides a modern living approach. All of which produces a space that is the perfect combination and juxtaposition of light airiness and cozy warmth - sleek sophistication and traditional familiarity in which all are welcome in a gracious yet convivial atmosphere for the grand home’s guests.

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103 Ridgedale Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960 • 973.539.3339 • info@canterburydesign.com www.canterburydesign.com

Sources & Credits

Cabinetry: CANTERBURY BESPOKE, LaCORNUE • Countertops: BRIDGEWATER MARBLE & GRANITE, VERMONT SOAP STONE • Dishwasher/Refrigerator: KARL’S APPLIANCE • Fireplace: INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONAL STONE • Floral: EMERALD GARDEN James Opie III • Furnishings/Accessories: LA JOLIE MAISON • Lighting: REMAINS LIGHTING • Painting/Decorative Finishes: ALTERNATIVE INTERIORS • Range: LaCORNUE • Sink/Faucet: KALLISTA • Stained Glass: STAINED GLASS GALLERY • Television: BANG & OLUFSEN


La Jolie Maison Laurie Finn & Mary Dore

La Suite d’In vité

Glynallyn was always known for hosting many guests over the years and with that in mind, we wanted to create the ultimate guest suite for a couple or a family. Our inspiration came from the wonderful exposures in our room and the lovely windows that could be found in a French or English Chateau. We chose to highlight our room with Brunschwig and Fils fabrics in the green and blue tones and to have a mixture of both traditional and transitional style furniture. The fabrics are both whimsical and updated in style. We believe the Glynallyn family would have wanted to create a sophisticated, yet comfortable environment that encompasses a welcoming feeling.

“To develop in taste, quality and personality one is obliged to respect th e past, accept th e present, and look with enthusiam toward th e future.” -Eleanor Brown

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359 Springfield Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901 • 908.598.7170 • laurie@lajolie.com www.lajolie.com

Sources & Credits

We wish to thank our vendors for the beautiful products exhibited in the room • Lamps: OLY • Sofa/Chairs/Coffee Table/End Tables/Ottomans/Kitchen Table/Chairs/Mirror/ Counter Stools: HICKORY CHAIR FURNITURE CO. • BOKARA RUG COMPANY • Drape Fabric/Pillows/Chair Fabric: BRUNSCHWIG AND FILS • Bar Stool Fabric: KRAVET • Chandelier: CURREY AND COMPANY • Artwork: THE J.M. STRINGER GALLERY • Accessories/Antique Desk/Chair: LA JOLIE MAISON • Window Treatments: CUSTOM CREATIONS • Limestone Fireplace: INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONAL STONE, LLC Mike Nestico


Mediterranean Tile & Marble Maria Cappello

Suite Escape

The inspiration for the guest suite bathrom, Suite Escape, comes from the spirit of The Glynallyn Mansion itself. When Mr. George Marshall Allen built Glynallyn in 1913, he did it with the thought of having a beautiful retreat for his family and friends. The guest suite and adjoining bathroom emulate Mr. Allen’s inspiration nearly 100 years later. Artisan installation of marble, ceramic and mosaic tiles reflect the craftsmanship that was put into the original structure. A freestanding soaking tub, simply elegant console vanity and clean line chrome fixtures modernize without compromising the architectural integrity. This bathroom truly is a Suite Escape.

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461 Route 46 West, Fairfield, NJ 07004 • 973.808.1267 • maria.cappello@medtile.com www.medtile.com

Sources & Credits

Tile/Grout: MEDITERRANEAN TILE & MARBLE • Bathtub/Toilet/Vanity: HARDWARE DESIGNS • Light Fixtures: WEST ESSEX ELECTRIC • Accessories: HOMEGOODS


Stirling Interiors Pamela Sloane-Woodgate & Karen Norton

Reposé

This is a room for rest, relaxation and revitalization. Reposé. Linger and read, on a twin size chaise enveloped, in an alcove and sheltered with portiers. Rest your head and dream.

“If you can attain repose and calm, believe that you ha ve seized happiness.” - Julie- Jeanne-Eleonore de Lespinaesse

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1106 Valley Road, Stirling, NJ 07980 • 908.647.1530 • pam@stirlinginteriors.net www.stirlinginteriors.net

Sources & Credits

Rendering: NANCY PEER Freelance Artist • Painting: BERNARDSVILLE PAINTING CO. Randy Rega • Paint: STARK PAINT • Carpet: COVE CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME • Fabrics: SCHUMACHER, DURALEE, SOLIEL BLEU thru JAB & COLLEZIONE CESARO Jerry Pair • Furniture/Accessories/Window Treatments: STIRLING INTERIORS


Patina Painted Finishes and Murals, LLC Marilyn White & Kathryn Sandelli

Th e Tudor Rose

The Tudor Rose is the traditional floral heraldic emblem of England and the Tudor dynasty. The symbol, found throughout Glynallyn, ornamenting ceilings and walls, is the centerpiece of Patina’s decoratively painted stair hallway. Patina has designed a pattern of intertwined branches that surround brilliantly colored Tudor Rose medallions. The walls of the hall were painted with a verdigris Brushed Suede finish that serves as an atmospheric background for the hand-painted trellis pattern. Doors and floor moldings were wood grained and varnished to reflect Glynallyn’s beautiful wood paneling. The scenic folding screen and art work adorning the walls was painted for the Mansion in May by Marilyn White and Kathryn Sandelli. Sconces, chandeliers, shelf, and tapestry rods were created by metal sculptor, Larry White. Thank you, Jim O’Keefe of Enhance Painting for preparing the space for Patina and Lori Apgar, Tommie Freda, Donna Dwyre of Cove Carpet for providing the carpet for the staircase.

“We specialize in creating warm, welcoming painted finish es and original murals that reflect th e life, style and design needs of our clients.”

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285 Glen Avenue, Short Hills, NJ 07080 • 973.376.3329 • marilyn.patina@verizon.net www.patinapaintedfinishes.com

Sources & Credits

Folding Screen/Paintings: MARILYN WHITE, KATHRYN SANDELLI • Sconces/Chandelier/Shelf: L&M WHITE STUDIOS Larry White • Carpet: COVE CARPET ONE FLOOR & HOME • Radiator Cover: ROB SANDELLI • Preparation/Base Painting: ENHANCE PAINTING Jim O’Keefe


Sterling Horticultural Services

Curb Appeal Design LLC

The Fredco Group, LLC

Laracca Landscaping

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GrouNDS KeePer, inc. CST Design Group, LLC

NatureScape Lighting

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Forlenza Landscape & Lawn Care, LLC

John Cortese Masons Davies Associates Landscape Architects Spademan Fabrications, LLC

Lakeland Lawn & Landscaping, Inc.

Tree-Tech, Inc.

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7. Garden State Groundskeeping, Inc.

6. Back to Nature

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Glynallyn Garden Site Plan

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Dedicated to landscapes of inspiring beauty, fine design & intimate outdoor spaces.

Glynallyn Garden Site Plan courtesy of Cording Landscape Design


Cashman Landscape Management & Design Inc. Jason T. Usnick

Woodland Tranquility

To create a dramatic entrance into the backyard of Glynallyn we have transformed a once barren space into an area of tranquility and serenity. A pea gravel path leads you through woodland plantings of evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs. The under planting is highlighted with seasonal perennials and groundcovers. A bubbling urn is the focal point of the garden. The walkway surrounds this feature giving the visitor a 360 degree view of the garden. Stone benches are placed along the walkway giving one a place to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of water and nature.

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10B Great Meadow Lane, East Hanover, NJ 07936 • 973.386.9400 • office@cashmanlandscape.com www.cashmanlandscape.com

Sources & Credits

Bubbling Urn: GARDEN STATE KOI • Stone Benches: COTTAGE GARDEN • Plants: PLANT DETECTIVES


Nature’s Apprentice, LLC Sean Murray

Grace’s Lookout

Named for the original lady of the estate. We have re-imagined this space, in good faith, to re-capture the elements that made this a favorite spot for the ladies, during their evening perambulations. It is believed that from this vantage point, one would have been able to see the steeples of St. Elizabeth, as well as providing beautiful views of the iris garden in the valley and a great vantage point to take in the exquisite architecture of the mansion. We have brought back the sound of trickling water with a pondless fountain and our simple stone bench replaces the carved stone bench that once awaited at the bottom of the descent. The patio area and landing have been constructed with irregular bluestone flagging, and moss has been harvested from the site and planted between the flagstones. It is believed that this would have been the type of surface in the space when it was originally in use. Shade-loving plants help to soften the large stone structure and provide a bit of seclusion from the upper terrace. We have incorporated some variegated Irises, as the Iris once figured prominently in the landscape and was obviously one of Grace’s favorites.

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37 Philhower Road, Lebanon, NJ 08833 • 908.255.5665 • naturesapprentice@gmail.com www.naturesapprentice.com

Sources & Credits

Thank you to those who have contributed to our space. Stone Bench/Stone Steps: WICKI STONE • Fountain: SHEMIN NURSERY • Submission Rendering: RAYMOND MILCSIK • Plant Material: CHESTERFIELD GARDENS & BARTON NURSERY


Finishing Touch Landscape Construction Frank Davis

Gateway to th e Glen

Set within the lavish grounds of the Glynallyn Mansion, natural blue stepping stones guide the way from Lookout Garden to raised the Corner Garden. This garden path is the terrain whereby wedding parties and movies were set in history almost a century ago. These famous grounds are brought to life again with the floral ambience of Roses, Cat Mint, Lavender and other appropriate plantings for an English Garden. Lined with Sea Daffodils and fresh green grass, the path historically led to an ornate wrought iron doorway which still remains in an unaltered condition. Only a few steps away the soothing sounds of the stream can still be heard, yet not seen, within the nearby glen. Enjoy the gardens and pass through history!

“Landscape design sh ould be harmonious with th e en vironm ent. A mansion of th is stature deser ves color, excitem ent, and a Finish ing Touch. My company h opes to ha ve ach ieved that!”

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136 Lincoln Road, Kinnelon, NJ 07405 • 973.492.0016 • info@finishingtouchlandscape.com www.finishingtouchlandscape.com

Sources & Credits

All Materials Provided By: FINISHING TOUCH LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION Frank Davis


Sterling Horticultural Services Susan Olinger, APLD

Th e Lady’s Garden

The high tree canopy and green understory of the surrounding forest sets the mood for a restful retreat. The existing antique sculpture in the far corner inspired the creation of a garden get-away for the lady of the house to de-stress or entertain friends. Additional inspiration came from early 20th century garden designer Vita Sackville West’s ‘White Garden’ at Sissinghurst Castle, in England, where white blooms, amid varying shades of green foliage, provide a comforting palette that calms the mind and pleases the senses. Visual interest from variegated foliage lasts throughout the season. A bluestone patio provides a sitting area from which to enjoy the woodland view while listening to the soothing trickle of water from the nearby fountain. This spot also offers the best vantage point from which to view the magnificent architecture of the mansion. A raised bed constructed with a low fieldstone wall protects the roots of the ancient Oak trees from planting injury.

“A garden sh ould summon feelings of peace and serenity.”

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110 Bartley-Flanders Road, Flanders, NJ 07836 • 973.252.0600 • susan@sterlinghort.com www.sterlinghort.com

Sources & Credits

Plants: PLANT DETECTIVES • Landscape Lighting: NATURESCAPE LIGHTING • Patio Furniture/Fountain/“French Girl” Statue: CLASSIC HOME AND GARDEN • Long Planters: CAPITAL GARDEN PRODUCTS • Rendering: BYRNE DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC. ARCHITECTS Michael Byrne


The Potted Garden Beth P. Riley

Woodland Reverie

“I’ve been fascinated by the woods and shade gardens since childhood.” The woodland glen that embraces the gardens of Glynallyn transports Beth back to her childhood home and her family’s farms, where dappled sunlight peeking through thick woodland canopies beckoned children for adventure. With Woodland Reverie, Beth again celebrates layered foliage and the dramatic play of light and shadow in a natural setting. She creates silent detail in the shade through the use of diverse plant textures, leaf shapes and hues of green. Upon descending stone staircases leading to the garden path, we feel an immediate sense of hushed protection. This sunken garden room invites us to slow down and stroll, while offering our eyes and souls a welcome opportunity to pause and reflect. The refreshing view of a woodland glen and Beth’s robust plantings contrast with the formal architectural setting of this walled garden. With her love of historic gardens, Beth has found designing a Woodland Reverie on the terrace of this 1917 English Tudor castle an inspiration and a treasure in our own community.

“I’ve been fascinated by th e woods and shade gardens since ch ild h ood.”

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45 Maple Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940 • 973.301.0103 • victorianrileys@aol.com www.thepottedgarden.biz

Sources & Credits

Landscaping/Hardscaping: HOLLY HILL TREE MOVING • Garden Accessories: GARDEN ART IMPORTS • Plant Materials: MONROVIA, PLANT DETECTIVES • 1920’s Glynallyn Photos: VALERIE MARR


Back to Nature Anthony Sblendorio, ASLA, Ty Triplett, Michael Scholtz, Mitchell Boodey, Seth Pearsoll & Kerry Rutz, MLA

A Living World Awaits

A pioneer in regenerative design, Back to Nature has more than 13 years of experience in the creation of exquisite landscapes that fuse inspired site design with the values of regenerative landscapes. Now, the team at Back to Nature is bringing our core practices to the rear terrace at Glynallyn. Our plan brings forth new and exciting features, sure to entice everyone: Living Walls and Living Art. Our living walls feature live, beautiful plant material suspended in a self contained system. We’ve designed and constructed several examples of our living art collection to show the possibilities for any space. Our showcase pieces include three living walls, a living chandelier, elegant furniture, and more. Through use of our living art, we will transform the rear terrace to a beautiful outdoor room, where one is immersed into a sea of colors and textures. Back to Nature’s ongoing mission to bring the ecological narrative to everything we do is illustrated in our design. From living art to beautiful plantings, we are the sustainable choice.

“Carefully and Artfully integrating th e ecological components in every design we create is our main goal.”

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152 Oldwick Road, Oldwick, NJ 08858 • 908.439.4639 • info@backtonature.net www.backtonature.net

Sources & Credits

All of the products used in our space are sourced from our retail store, Back to Nature Home and Garden.


Garden State Goundskeeping, Inc. Glenn Montgomery

A Garden of Seasons for all th e Senses

My vision for this project is a bright, elegant, formal garden area with a variety of pretty perennials that one can enjoy from spring right through to the fall season. The rich, green boxwood provide the formal lines and a perfect backdrop, which even in the gloomiest winter season, always are a pleasure to look at. My ultimate goal in the design would be for the homeowner to bask in the palette of colors and changing bloom times and to also enjoy the wonderful scents that are given off. From the nepeta, the peonies, and roses to the Japanese snowbell, (a favorite of mine) it is a magnificent garden where your senses will become aware and the seasons will never be bare. Expect to see plenty of butterflies swooning over as they come and enjoy the fragrances. To further enhance the senses, the Garden Cottage has created both an elegant dining area and inviting sitting area, enveloped by the sounds of a trickling fountain. The marble topped table and classic aluminum chairs offer a comfortable and serene setting to have an alfresco lunch. A teak Chippendale bench is a great spot to take in the beauty of nature. All is illuminated by intricately detailed cast iron fireburners on pedestals and bountifully planted classic urns.

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Est. 1987 PO Box 597, Long Valley, NJ 07853 • 908.879.2228 • gardenstateinc@comcast.net www.gardenstategroundskeeping.com

Sources & Credits

PLANT DETECTIVES • GARDEN COTTAGE


Cording Landscape Design Ron Cording

Garden in th e ‘Glyn’

“A garden is both personal and private, A place that is it’s own world, A place that engages the imagination as well as the senses. Among other things it is a passage to somewhere else – To the personal and shared past its scents evoke, To the distant places to which its forms allude.” -Robert Cording. This was the perfect opportunity for the creation of a romantic retreat which attracts dreamers and thinkers alike. Buried beneath years of neglect we revealed a garden tucked in the hillside that had been built in the 1920’s. This garden lay uncovered at the top of the glen with massive circular stone walls creating a grotto-like space. This space is all about Mr. Allen’s love for water. Adorned with an eclectic mix of garden ornaments, the grotto walls enclose this beautiful water feature and frame an incredible view of the glen.

“Among oth er th ings it is a passage to som ewh ere else-”

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698 Main Road, Towaco, NJ 07082 • 973.263.5003 • dan@cordinglandscape.com www.cordinglandscape.com

Sources & Credits

PLANT DETECTIVES • MONROVIA • CAMPANIA INTERNATIONAL • NATURE SCAPE LIGHTING Michael Deo • Landscape Design: CORDING LANDSCAPE DESIGN Dan Chomuck and Beth Pellegrini


Tree-Tech, Inc.

Cedrus Atlantica “Glauca” In its youth it’s upright and gangly, but when mature it has strong horizontal growth habit. Tree-Tech has volunteered tree trimming and removal throughout the site. In particular, this large cedar was pruned to perfection.

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PO Box 158, 1248 Sussex Turnpike, Mount Freedom, NJ 07970 • 973.895.8930 www.treetechinc.com

Sources & Credits Drawing by Aaron Yount


Lakeland Lawn & Landscaping Inc. Daniel Skarbnik Sr., Daniel Skarbnik Jr. & Janae Santana

Compton Court Garden

Welcome to Compton Court Garden, named after the original owner’s inspiration. We designed this garden to emulate both the Medieval and English Tudor Style home. As you drive up the stately tree-lined drive, you can’t help but notice the natural and rustic look of the newly installed stonework and plantings that anchor the corner of this castellated home. We have created brick pillars, which imitate the time-worn brick facade of the home and serve as a structural point between formal hedges of greenery, creating a false wall. Our pathways, laden with timeless cultured bluestone, will meander through our courtyard and take you to different rooms with stately and ornate stone statuaries within our garden. As you pass through the flowering trees, notice the beds adjacent to our chiseled bluestone walk, which will be filled with different herbs and color, evident of the medieval type garden plantings. We invite you to wander through Compton’s court to stop, rest, look and listen to nature, as you find yourself back in a time period of simplicity, organization, craftsmanship and old world gardening.

“Tim eless Old World Charm.”

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231 Berkshire Valley Road, Wharton, NJ 07885 • 973.361.3315 • info@lakelandlandscaping.com www.lakelandlandscaping.com

Sources & Credits

Building Materials: RP SMITH & SON of SUCCASUNNA, TECH-BLOC


John Cortese Masons

Davies Associates Landscape Architects, LLC

John Cortese & Anthony Cortese

Bruce John Davies, ASLA, LEED AP

Th e Knigh t’s Court

The Knight’s Court at Glynallyn welcomes visitors to this impressive Tudor style castle. The Court is presided over by three knights featured on the beautifully refurbished historic stone sculpture, which has been restored to its original location as the focal point at the end of the entry drive. The roundabout is edged by a low curb and is accented by stone piers adorned by ornamental metal fixtures inspired by the latches on the doors to the castle. A custom-made bench takes its cues from selected architectural motifs of the castle and provides a place to rest. The boxwood and pea gravel typical of English castle courtyards lend a restrained texture to this entry court. May flowers add to the charm.

“...And sing of Knigh ts and Ladies gentle deeds...”

-From The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser

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John Cortese Masons: 19 Morristown Road • Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 • 908.340.4700 • www.cortesemasons.com Davies Associates: 364 Parsippany Road, Suite 7B • Parsippany, NJ 07054 • 973.206.1605 • www.bjdavies.com

Sources & Credits

FOERSTER LANDSCAPE, INC. Tim Foerster • SPADEMAN FABRICATIONS Charlie Spademan


Forlenza Landscape and Lawn Care, LLC Maxwell J. Forlenza

Reflection Garden

The “Reflection Garden” is a quiet, peaceful place where visitors can stop and take a few moments to relax and enjoy the beauty and grandeur of the mansion and grounds. This garden was designed to be simple, rustic and natural so as to blend in with the beautiful woodsy grounds surrounding the mansion. There was evidence of a prior garden and that existing, but faint footprint, was used in the design. A walking path meanders through the garden around the mature trees and plantings encouraging visitors to take a leisurely stroll and perhaps sit for a minute on the comfortable bench. A bird bath was placed along the path near the center of the garden to attract birds and small creatures to this tranquil space. A cool and inviting spot to enjoy the beauty of the garden and the peaceful feeling it inspires. Those who find solace and pleasure in nature will feel right at home here!

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72 Townsend Drive, Florham Park, NJ 07932 • 973.727.1969 • ForlenzaLawns@aol.com


NatureScape Lighting Michael J. Deo

Evening Artistry – Th e Allée at N igh t

Night has fallen as you catch your first glimpse of two stately lions standing guard over the winged entry gates to this medieval mansion. Traveling through the moonlight your eye is drawn by the vertical symmetry of Linden trees that flank the driveway leading you to your visual destination – the imposing, fortified front door – your entrance to enchantment. NatureScape Lighting transforms beautiful spaces into works of art - after dark. Our goal for this space was to combine a variety of traditional techniques with cutting edge “green” lighting technology to create a magical scene in concert with ecological sensitivities. LED purpose built fixtures, retrofits and high efficiency halogens all work together throughout spaces 4, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14 and 15. The technology used at Glynallyn will conserve 30%-80% of the energy that would be used with traditional methods. Additional savings were achieved by the use of astronomical timers that adjust automatically every 2 weeks. However, saving energy is only the beginning of the benefits of “green” lighting. Being dark sky friendly, protecting our landfills, ensuring lower maintenance and saving money are all important additional benefits achieved at Glynallyn and in all of NatureScape Lighting’s projects.

“NatureScape Ligh ting performs at th e crossroads of tech nology and design.”

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158 Cloverhill Road, Millington, NJ 07946 • 908.647.8004 • info@NatureScapeLighting.com www.NatureScapeLighting.com

Sources & Credits

We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to Accent Electric Corporation for all of their assistance and to the Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center for inviting us to participate in this year’s Mansion in May.


GROUNDS KEEPER, inc.

CST Design Group, LLC

Jay Philip Eriv

Craig S. Termotto, LLA, ASLA

Th e Entry

Just like a cover of a book which intrigues you to open it and submerge yourself in the beauty of the story, we at GROUNDS KEEPER, inc. and CST Design Group are inviting you to view and envelop our “entry” at Mansion in May. We hope that the garden display at the entrance entices you to continue the journey through the Glynallyn property and enjoy the estate and its timeless surroundings.

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798 Highway 34, Matawan, NJ 07747 • 908.930.5160 • www.groundskeeperinc1973.com PO Box 318, Tennent, NJ 07763 • 732.294.9566 • www.cstdesigngroup.com

Sources & Credits

Landscaping: GROUNDS KEEPER, inc.


Curb Appeal Design, LLC Mo & Rose Soliman

Tudor Rose Garden

“First it’s an illusion then it became a reality”, The Glynallyn Castle is a striking Tudor style architecture. Due to its beauty and meaning as an English motif, The Tudor Rose was selected as the namesake and centerpiece of this garden design. Arbors borrowing architectural features from the Glynallyn Castle, such as Tudor arches and the half-timbering, help to define the entry points into the garden. Natural stone pathways utilize stonework that is similar to that found on the façade of the castle. The main walkway provides ample room to support the guests anticipated to explore the space. Salvaged brick walkways are used to repurpose contrasting paver patterns. The plantings throughout the garden are accented with May-blooming perennial and annual flowers, which provide vibrant bursts of color throughout the month-long event. At the center of the space, guests step down into the sunken garden, featuring the signature Tudor Rose, with 360 degrees of bench seating, low-voltage lighting highlighting predominant site features along with five illuminated water jets arc over the center planting bed and splash into a seven foot diameter fountain found at the heart of the Tudor Rose.

“First, it’s an illusion th en it becam e a reality.”

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12 Walsh Way, Morris Plains, NJ 07950 • 973.451.0203 • Mo@curbappealdesign.biz www.curbappealdesign.biz

Sources & Credits

With much appreciation to: LAND IDENTITY Gregg A. Spadaro, CLA, LLA, RLA • CRYSTAL POOL & SPA, INC., Steve Sylvestro • DAVIES TREE SERVICE


The Fredco Group Jason Lembo

Sports Court and Garden

The space we created for The Mansion in May is a custom Flex Court tile basketball court in standard US Open colors. The court is designed for fun for the whole family. While the kids are playing on the court, the adults can hang out and cook in the wood-burning brick oven. To complete the landscaping, The Garden Cottage has created both a comfortable dining area and inviting sitting area. “Croquet” furniture from Summer Classics offers a casual “teak look” with the ease of aluminum. Sumptuous bright cushions and colorful outdoor accessories make this outdoor haven hard to resist!

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315 Howe Avenue, Passaic, NJ 07055 • 973.777.3044 • sales@fredcolandscaping.com www.fredcolandscaping.com

Sources & Credits

Furniture: GARDEN COTTAGE • Brick Oven: BELGARD CONCRETE PRODUCTS • Bluestone: STRUCTURAL STONE • Game Tiles/Hoop: FLEX COURT


Laracca Landscaping Frank Laracca

Tranquility Trail At the culmination of your journey through the blissful Glynallyn property you are welcomed into peace and tranquility at the property’s edge. A small walking path engulfs you with splendid views of blooming Azalea and Rhododendron. Take a moment for a relaxing break under the cherry tree while enjoying the gorgeus views of the sprawling estate ahead.

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3 Dogwood Terrace, Livingston, NJ 07039 • 973.597.1416 www.laraccalandscaping.com


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Cording Landscape Design Since 1978, design/build firm Cording Landscape Design has harnessed the creativity of its design team to meld artistry and practical considerations into intimate functional spaces. In these spaces, people interact comfortably with each other and nature. Balancing elements of texture and color with the breadth of technical knowledge and the expert craftsmanship of its installation team, the company conceptualizes designs that eloquently express its clients’ goals. Finished landscapes blend built and natural environments and, while fully functional, also possess a spiritual quality.�

www.cordinglandscape.com (973) 263-5003 698 Main Road Towaco, NJ 07082

ANTHONY SBLENDORIO, ASLA

Back to Nature P H I L O S O P H Y:

As one of the pioneers of sustainable and regenerative design in NJ, Anthony has more than 13 years of experience in the creation of exquisite landscapes that fuse inspired site design with the values of regenerative landscapes. He brought his vision of designing and building ecologically and economically sustainable projects that regenerate natural resources to create healthy and beautiful environments to NJ, and also brought the first LEED Gold certified building to the state for one of his innovative projects.

www.backtonature.net (908) 439-4639 P.O. Box 153 152 Oldwick Road Oldwick, NJ 08858


SUSAN OLINGER, APLD

Sterling Horticultural Services Susan Olinger, and Sterling Horticultural Services have been creating beautiful and restful outdoor living spaces in the Morris/ Somerset area for over 20 years. Susan is the 2012 President of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD). She has been certified by APLD since 2001, holds a degree in Landscape Design and interned at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Morristown. In addition to numerous workshops in this country and in Europe, Susan has also completed certificate courses at Rutgers University and Harvard Graduate School of Design.

www.sterlinghort.com (973) 252-0600 110 Bartley-Flanders Road Flanders, NJ 07836

Lori Jacobsen Design LLC P H I L O S O P H Y:

Lori Jacobsen, Allied ASID, CGP designs aesthetically pleasing and functional interior spaces using a green conscience. She is a Certified Green Professional, active member in the United States Green Building Council and is a licensed Home Improvement Contractor in New Jersey. Lori specializes in Kitchen Design, Bathroom Design, Space Planning, Lighting Design, Green Design, and Universal Design. Services Include: On Site Consultation, Survey and Analysis, Concept, Furniture and Finishes, Custom Design(s), Purchasing, Delivery, Installation, Coordination and Management

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www.lorijacobsendesign.com (201) 452-4599 15 Ashland Drive Montville, NJ 07045


KENNETH WILKINSON III & DAVIS F. TAMBURIN

Kenneth/Davis Inc. P H I L O S O P H Y:

Kenneth/Davis Inc., an architecture/design firm, is owned by Kenneth J.P. Wilkinson III C.I.D. and Davis F. Tamburin R.A., A.I.A. Our designs reflect our clients evergrowing needs with a fresh new look and perspective which breathes life into our designs with a confirmed understanding of modern sensibilities and an eye on the past. Our goal is to surpass our client’s expectations and create spaces that reflect them and the way they live.

www.kennethdavis.net (973) 248-0870 183 Mountain Avenue Pompton Plains, NJ 07444 kennethdavisinc@optonline.net

STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE OF NJ

American Society of Interior Designers P H I L O S O P H Y:

Robin LaMonte is the owner of Rooms Revamped, a Basking Ridge firm that specializes in residential design and small offices. She is Chair of the Student Affairs. Gwen Nagorsky is the owner of Directions in Design, a Long Valley firm that specializes in both residential and commercial interior design. Gwen is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers, where she served is currently the Student Affairs Committee liaison to NJIT. Jeffrey Brooks, Interior Design, Long Valley, specializes in multifaceted projects utilizing strong creative concepts for dynamic yet cohesive results that reflect the individual client. He serves on ASID NJ Chapter’s Marketing Committee and is also the Student Affairs Committee liaison to Kean University.

Robin LaMonte, Associate ASID

Gwen Nagorsky, ASID

Jeffrey Brooks, Allied ASID

www.rooms-revamped.com www.jeffreybrooksinteriordesign.com www.directionsindesigninc.com


CHARLES G. DOBBS

Greenbaum Interiors P H I L O S O P H Y:

Charles G. Dobbs is a graduate of Philadelphia’s Tyler School of Art. As the creator of Victor Antiques Trade Sales Division in New York City, Charles has worked with Michael Graves, Thad Hayes, Terry Hunziker, and several other nationally recognized designers. His first show house was as an assistant to Belgian designers Eliane Lambrechts and Christine Lambert on the first French Designers Showhouse. Charles has been a Greenbaum Interiors staff designer since 2004. He is also Head of Visual Merchandising for Greenbaum’s Morristown showroom.

www.greenbauminteriors.com (973) 425-5500 1105 Mount Kemble Avenue Morristown, NJ 07960

BARBARA OSTROM

Barbara Ostrom Associates P H I L O S O P H Y:

Established in 1977, Barbara Ostrom Associates is one of the leading interior design firms in the NY area with ‘ongoing’ projects in Europe, St. Barts, and Sun Valley, Idaho. For nearly 30 years, Barbara Ostrom Associates has provided exceptional service to a wide range of clients and has become well-known and well-respected in the design community. Her passion for interior design can be seen in her elegant and tasteful work. Barbara has developed an impressive list of political and celebrity clients.

www.barbaraostromassociates.com (212) 465-1808 • (201) 529-0444 1 International Blvd. Suite 209 Mahwah, NJ 07495


KARLA TRINCANELLO, ALLIED ASID, NJCID #21ID00022

Interior Decisions, Inc. P H I L O S O P H Y:

Karla Trincanello is the principal designer of Interior Decisions in Florham Park and a New Jersey Board Certified Interior Designer as well as an ASID Design Excellence Gold Award recipient for her interiors. Designing fine homes for nearly 30 years, she also enjoys working with architects in renovation projects; bringing another aspect to the design process. Her designs have been featured in many national and metropolitan magazines through the years.

www.interiordecisions.com (973) 765-9013 140 Columbia Turnpike Florham Park, NJ 07932

JEFFREY B. HAINES

Butler’s of Far Hills, Inc. Jeffrey opened Butler’s of Far Hills, Inc. in 1984. His interiors have graced magazine covers and warmed the heart of homes from Boston to Palm Beach. In 1998, Jeffrey grew beyond his Far Hills, NJ design studio and opened the J. Butler Collection in Nantucket, MA. Butler’s of Far Hills has twice been acknowledged by House Beautiful’s “Ten Best Show House Rooms” in the country. Overwhelmingly voted the #1 room, Jeffrey received the Tulip Award for his Living Room at the 2010 Mansion in May.

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www.butlersoffarhills.com (908) 234-1764 53 Route 202 South Far Hills, NJ 07931 info@butlersoffarhills.com


RACHEL KAPNER

Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors P H I L O S O P H Y:

Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors has a simple mission: to assist our clients in creating the most beautiful and comfortable spaces in which to live work or play. We are a destination for custom window treatments, custom upholstery, occasional pieces, chandeliers, lighting fixtures, broadloom, area rugs, cabinetry, custom furniture and, of course, designer wallcoverings. Our team of award-winning designers seeks trends, products and materials to develop a signature look perfect for the lifestyle needs of our clients.

Lois Darling

Mary LaVecchia

Virginia Liberato

www.creativewallcoverings.com (908) 665-7997 560 Central Avenue New Providence, NJ 07974

NINA KARAMILLIS

British Home Emporium P H I L O S O P H Y:

The British Home Emporium design team, with six exceptional interior designers and one architect, creates interiors that reflect elegance and comfort. We believe an interior is more than a beautiful space and seek to provide each client with a home that becomes their own personal refuge. By understanding the client’s taste and lifestyle we develop rooms filled with details that make a home comfortable and livable, no matter how grand or small, country casual or formal.

Jill Goret

Jihan Tannous

Sarah Fuchsman

Valerie Matthews

Teri Castelo

www.britishhomeemporium.com (973) 443-0303 91 Main Street Madison, NJ 07940


FRED ROOT

Houndstooth Interior Design, LLC P H I L O S O P H Y:

For 30 years, Fred Root, owner of Houndstooth, LLC, has designed classic and timeless interiors. His warm and comfortable living spaces don’t date themselves, and provide his clients’ homes with characteristic good taste. Fred serves clients in New York, New Jersey and Florida. Fred Root and the Houndstooth firm are the trusted names to turn to when you want to bring classic good taste into your home.

www.houndstoothinteriors.com (908) 869-4785 PO Box 125 Oldwick, NJ 08858

DIANE DUROCHER, ASID, CID

Diane Durocher Interiors P H I L O S O P H Y:

Diane Durocher creates timeless interiors that encompass a wide spectrum of design aesthetics. From traditional to eclectic, her design solutions garner high praise from her clients. She earns this praise via a design process that employs a keen eye for color, outstanding space planning skills, and the ability to design customized pieces individualized to the particular needs of the client and within budget. Her ultimate goal is to exceed her client’s expectations.

www.dianedurocherinteriors.com (201) 825-3832 375 South Central Avenue Ramsey, NJ 07446


MARY SFERRA, ASID, CID

M.R. Sferra Interior Design P H I L O S O P H Y:

Mary Sferra has been creating fine residential and commercial interiors in the tri-state area for more than 25 years. Her company, M.R. Sferra Interior Design, takes pride in the ability to listen and deliver thoughtful, elegant design solutions that capture the personality, needs and taste of each unique client. Innovative solutions, from custom-designed furniture and cabinetry to distinctive color palettes with specialty finishes, are hallmarks of her work.

M.R. Sferra interior design Thoughtful, Elegant, Unique Design Solutions

www.mrsferrainteriordesign.com (201) 384-8965 463 Jefferson Avenue Haworth, NJ 07641

MARIA K. BEVILL

Maria Bevill Interiors P H I L O S O P H Y:

Maria Bevill, studied at Kean College with extensive training in fine arts and interior design. Her artistic vision is enriched by her widespread travels in Europe, Africa, and Asia, and as a collector of antiques and original art for over 30 years. Maria opened her own firm in 1996 after working for many years in interior design. For the past 15 years, she has been serving both residential and commercial clients and has collaborated with builders and architects on new home construction and remodeling.

www.bevillinteriordesign.com (908) 879-6163 56 Hillside Road Chester, NJ 07930


SUZANNE OLSEN

Suzanne Olsen P H I L O S O P H Y:

Suzanne Olsen’s exquisite & creative interiors & her strong commitment to her client’s needs & desires have been the hallmark of her business for over 24 years. She has clients throughout the United States & designed beach & country homes in New Jersey, New York & South Florida including professional offices & retail spaces. Suzanne’s warm personal style & expert use of color and texture transform her clients’ dreams into beautiful realities. Olsen Design is a full-service design firm & also a Decorative Arts Studio transforming your walls, fine cabinetry & furniture into hand painted masterpieces.

www.olsendesigngroup.com (908) 963-6157 PO Box 66 Far Hills, NJ 07931

ANTHONY PASSANANTE, ALLIED ASID, CKD, CBD

Anthony Albert Studios P H I L O S O P H Y:

Anthony found his passion young during a woodworking class at the age of 15, where the understanding of construction and design took shape. He worked as a woodworker/carpenter and gained a true appreciation for properly designed cabinetry and architecture. He continued his education at Berkeley College earning a degree, with top honors, in Interior Design. As a certified designer of kitchens and bathrooms he has appeared on various TV shows on NBC and HGTV.

www.anthonyalbertstudios.com (201) 857-2868 40 East Prospect Street Waldwick, NJ 07463


JENNIFER CONNELL & JANE CONNELL

Fun House Furnishings

P H I L O S O P H Y:

In the Fall of 2010, sisters-in-law Jennifer Connell and Jane Connell opened Fun House Furnishings & Design in Mendham, New Jersey. Reminiscent of a stylish and airy SoHo shop, Fun House offers a chic mix of furniture and accessories. It is a onestop shop, offering everything from hand-picked antiques, art, lamps, rugs, bedding, gifts, and vintage finds, to a full design studio, stacked with an abundance of fabric and wallpaper. Jennifer and Jane’s vision for bringing the “fun back into home decorating” rings true and can be seen from the instant you walk in the door at Fun House.

www.funhousefurnishings.com (973) 543-6429 6 East Main Street Mendham, NJ 0745

SAGRI FRIEBER

Accents by Design P H I L O S O P H Y:

Sagri Frieber founded Accents by Design in 1992 after concluding a position as a Cultural Attaché to the UN, while attending FIT. She decorated the offices for the Permanent Mission of Honduras as well as the Manhattan apartments of several UN dignitaries before moving to Bedminster. Sagri is well-known for her custom-made window treatments, which are fabricated in her own workshop ensuring perfect fit and on-time delivery. Accents by Design offers full-service, decorating and design services to private and commercial clients.

www.accentsbydesign.com (908) 234-9425 2493 Lamington Road Bedminster, NJ 07921


SUSAN HAYES

Re-Feather Your Nest Decorating P H I L O S O P H Y:

Susan Hayes, founded Re-Feather Your Nest in 2004. Her love of design led her to become certified in Lauri Ward’s ™ Use What You Have Interiors® in December 2003 and has been serving clients throughout New Jersey, Florida, and Dallas ever since. She is passionate about helping others transform their homes or offices into comfortable and livable spaces with everyday function in mind. Susan works with each client to identify needs and goals, incorporate existing furniture and accessories, and create spaces that dazzle – all within a range of budgets.

www.refeatheryournest.com (908) 879-2495 4 Bird Song Court Chester, NJ 07930

PAMELA SLOANE-WOODGATE & KAREN NORTON

Stirling Interiors, LLC P H I L O S O P H Y:

Both Karen and Pam bring vast design experience to every project. Pam is originally from Mendham, NJ and has lived and studied in Miami, Fl. and Houston, TX. She now resides in Somerset County and is the Owner and Senior Designer at Stirling Interiors, LLC. Karen, originally from Basking Ridge, NJ has worked for several area Interior Design firms over the past 20 years. This is their second Mansion in May, they also participated in 2010.

www.stirlinginteriors.net (908) 647-1530 1106 Valley Road Stirling, NJ 07980


MARILYN WHITE

Patina Painted Finishes & Murals, LLC P H I L O S O P H Y:

Marilyn White, a fine artist and decorative painter, created Patina to offer clients the highest quality, innovative painted finishes. Known for beautiful, custom designed murals, the company also specializes in traditional artisan finishes such as glazing, wood graining and gilding. Patina’s painted finishes and murals have been featured in many designer show houses, public spaces and the finest homes in the tri-state area. Marilyn’s paintings and etchings have found homes in private collections and museums.

www.patinapaintedfinishes.com (973) 376-3329 285 Glen Avenue Short Hills, NJ 07080

FABIENNE LOUIS

Creative Touch Design Studio Creative Touch is pleased to participate at the Glynallyn Mansion and to support the new Inpatient Hospice and Palliative Care Center project at Morristown Medical Center. Creative Touch is the premier destination for your home design needs with a wide variety of fashion-forward handmade rugs, furniture and decorative accessories. Discover the newest introduction of fabulous handmade rugs made of Sari silk, Bamboo silk and the eco-friendly collections of dyed vintage patchworks. Creative Touch offers designer assistance services with a private office to meet with clients.

www.creativetouchds.com (201) 468-0246 100 Park Plaza Drive, Suite 214 N. Secaucus, NJ 07094


ANN-BRITT PAULSEN

DUXIANA P H I L O S O P H Y:

DUXIANA has a commitment to improve life through better sleep with the finest of materials and craftsmanship. The DUX Bed completes the sleep experience with the ultimate in luxury and comfort. DUXIANA carries an extensive collection of fine linens from Sferra Bros., St. Geneve, Bonjour of Switzerland/ Schlossberg, Home Treasure, Christian Fischbacher, and Brahms Mount. For over 80 years DUXIANA has been bringing integrity and quality to their customers.

www.duxiana.com (908) 522-8200 • (732) 450-9011 • (201) 670-4488 354 Springfield Ave., Summit, NJ 07901 37 Broad St., Red Bank, NJ 07701 63 E. Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood, NJ 07450

ERIK LUTHY

Exceptional Flooring Concepts P H I L O S O P H Y:

For two decades Erik Luthy and EFC have been proving through their dedication, integrity and exceptional quality of work they have become leaders in the industry. EFC is a full-service flooring company using the finest variety of products to aid their clients in achieving the desired design goals. Customer satisfaction is their primary concern. Come and see why EFC was voted “Morris County’s Readers’ Choice #1 Home Improvement Company”, 2 out of the last 3 years.

www.exceptionalflooringconcepts.com (973) 585-7635 241 Cedar Knolls Road Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927


MELISSA M c NAMARA

Garden Cottage, Inc. P H I L O S O P H Y:

Melissa McNamara is a resident Interior Designer for the Garden Cottage. Melissa specializes in outdoor living spaces; her knowledge of material and latest trends in outdoor furnishings and accessories sets her apart from the traditional designer. Come step into the Garden Cottage and you will find a warm and inviting atmosphere. With two locations to explore that are filled with extensive collection of outdoor and indoor furnishings gifts and accessories. Let Garden Cottage turn your outdoor space into a vacation spot in your own backyard.

www.gardencottage.com (973) 425-0949 • (973) 227-1010 1211 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960 305B Fairfield Ave., Fairfield, NJ 07004

JEFF KUDRICK & MICHELLE RADLEY

J&M Lifestyles LLC

P H I L O S O P H Y:

Everything you’ve experienced in life has brought you to this place. This moment in time that is a culmination of all the things that make you who you are & the parts of life that you find pleasurable. A simple line; the way it meanders, it curves, or fades into a distant view can be reminiscent of a place you frequented as a child, the waves of the ocean you hold so dear, or the outline of a face you’ve loved. The desires you’ve had or continue to follow as unique to the world as they are to you can be glimpsed within the artwork & collections of J&M as they are created specifically for you. We would honor being a part of your existence.

www.jmlifestyles.com (973) 668-5057 215 Rt. 10 Building 3 Unit 3 Randolph, NJ 0769


FRED FARRA

Michelangelo Designs P H I L O S O P H Y:

Michelangelo Designs a leader in Italian furniture since 1985 with a 75,000 square feet facility in NJ boasting the highest standards in luxury style and sophistication offers his clientele 3 centuries of furniture under one roof. Traditional / Baroque/ Art Deco / Contemporary all offered directly to you from the most upscale suppliers such as Angelo Cappellini / Silik / Bianchini / Serafino Marelli / Mantellassi / Compar / PSM / Opera Contemporary and more through their offices michelangelo designs for all usa territory. No wonder we have been known in the industry as the cure from the common.

Designers Source

www.michelangelodesigns.com (973) 779-3200 Domus Design Center Inc. 2 Main Avenue Passaic, NJ 07055

DANIEL SCHWARTZ, PRESIDENT & CEO

KARL’S Appliance P H I L O S O P H Y:

Karl’s customers experience unmatched expertise, knowledge and service, selection, price and attention to detail - no matter what the size of the purchase. This is why Karl’s is New Jersey’s premier dealer of brand name and designer appliances. All of our designer showrooms, with real-life displays, will help you envision just the look and feel you’ve always wanted in your own home. Karl’s, Experience IS the Difference Don’t Just See the Selection... Experience it, in Karl’s Designer Showrooms

www.karlsappliance.com (888) 98-KARLS 6 NJ Locations: Fairfield | Madison | Paramus NEW! Orange | Sparta | Montclair


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1. Greenbaum Interiors Charles G. Dobbs 1105 Mount Kemble Avenue Morristown, NJ 07960 973.425.5500 charles@greenbauminteriors.com www.greenbauminteriors.com 2. Dreyer’s Design Gallery Alexandria Como 20 Watchung Avenue Chatham, NJ 07928 973.635.5151 973.635.5511 (fax) ali@dreyerslumber.com www.dreyerslumber.com 3. Barbara Ostrom Associates Barbara Ostrom, ASID 1 International Boulevard, Ste 209 Mahwah, NJ 07495 201.529.0444 201.529.0449 (fax) barbaraostrom@optonline.net www.barbaraostromassociates.com 4. M. Frederick, LLC Matthew Frederick 219 Main Street PO Box 703 Gladstone, NJ 07934 908.669.4784 908.566.0664 (fax) info@mfrederick.com www.mfrederick.com 5. Interior Decisions, Inc. Karla Trincanello, Allied ASID, NJ CID 140 Columbia Turnpike Florham Park, NJ 07932 973.765.9013 973.765.0514 (fax) intdecinc@aol.com www.interiordecisions.com 6. Papyrus Home Design LLC Katja van der Loo 922 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 973.541.1220 katjapapyrushomedesign@yahoo.com www.papyrushomedesign.com

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12. Lane’s End Decorative Arts Pat McWhorter 47 Ferris Lane Oak Ridge, NJ 07438 201.274.3861 patty_artist@yahoo.com www.lanesenddecorativearts.com 13. Spring Street Dezigns Dezi Folenta 249 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928 973.635.2858 973.635.2473 (fax) dezi@springstreetdezigns.com www.springstreetdezigns.com haute bungalow Krista Abdy & Anne Pryor 249 Main Street Chatham, NJ 07928 973.883.0400 973.883.0371 (fax) info@hautebungalow.com www.hautebungalow.com 14. Nancee Brown Interiors Nancee Brown, ASID Rena Pisauro, Associate Designer 21 Lenox Road Summit, NJ 07901 908.608.1366 908.608.1356 (fax) nancee@nanceebrown.com www.nanceebrown.com 15. British Home Emporium George & Nina Karamallis 91 Main Street Madison, NJ 07940 973.443.0303 973.443.0048 (fax) info@britishpineemporium.com www.britishhomeemporium.com 16. Danielle Ann Millican, Inc. Danielle Roehrich Florham Park, NJ 07932 973.966.9767 info@danielleannmillican.com www.danielleannmillican.com


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17. Houndstooth Interior Design Fred Root PO Box 125 Oldwick, NJ 08858 908.669.4785 908.439.3581 (fax) fhr@houndstoothllc.com www.houndstoothinteriors.com 18. Jodie O’Designs, LLC Jodie O’Connor 1 Schindler Court Whippany, NJ 07981 973.214.6600 973.887.9172 (fax) Jodieoc@aol.com www.ointeriordesigns.com 19. Diane Durocher Interiors, Inc. Diane Durocher, ASID, CID Ramsey, NJ 07446 201.825.3832 201.825.2133 (fax) dmd1211@aol.com www.dianedurocherinteriors.com 20. Interiors at 40 Main Nancy Casse, Julie Koza, Marilyn DiColo 6 Pine Street Morristown, NJ 07960 862.258.3456 Nancy@ / Julie@ / Marilyn@40-main.com www.40-main.com 21. M. R. Sferra Interior Design Mary Sferra 463 Jefferson Avenue Haworth, NJ 07641 201.384.8965 201.384.0513 (fax) mary.sferra@verizon.net www.mrsferrainteriordesign.com 22. Curren Design Associates, Inc. Michael Curren, NJ CID 1 Hilltop Road, Suite 1 Mendham, NJ 07945 973-543-3700 973-543-3377 (fax) currendesign@gmail.com www.currendesign.com 23. Hastings Designs Daryl Hastings 18 Upper Kingtown Road Pittstown, NJ 08867 908.730.7271 hastingsdesigns@comcast.net www.darylhastings.com

24. Broadfoot & Broadfoot Scott A. Broadfoot 484 Broome Street SoHo, New York, NY 10013 (Between Wooster and W. Broadway) 646.808.7470 811 Main Street Boonton, NJ 07005 973.331.0077 broadfootandbroadfoot@yahoo.com www.broadfootandbroadfoot.com 25. Kerry Seely Design Kerry Seely 10 Quarry Court Randolph, NJ 07869 973.879.1379 kerry.seely@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/KerrySeelyDesign www.kerryseelydesign.com 26. Maria Bevill Interiors Maria K. Bevill, Associate ASID 56 Hillside Avenue Chester, NJ 07930 908.879.6163 908.879.6307 (fax) bevillinteriors@comcast.net www.bevillinteriordesign.com 27. Gacek Design Group Richard Gacek, Principal Designer Deanna Lorenti, Design Coordinator 2481 River Road PO Box 656 New Hope, PA 18938 215.862.9038 215.862.2788 (fax) richard@gacekdesign.com deanna@gacekdesign.com www.gacekdesign.com 28. Linda Benson Interiors Linda Benson 39 Bissell Road Lebanon, NJ 08833 908.236.0470 908.236.7782 (fax) Lbensoninteriors@yahoo.com www.lindabensoninteriors.com

29. Affordable Closets Plus, LLC DeVoe & Angel Martin 225 Murray Street Bangor, PA 18013 610.599.4227 610.599.0385 (fax) angel@affordableclosetsplus.com www.affordableclosetsplus.com 30. Olsen Design Suzanne Olsen, ASID PO Box 66 Far Hills, NJ 07931 908.963.6157 designerspace@hotmail.com www.olsendesigngroup.com www.facebook.com/olsdesign 31. Anthony Albert Studios Anthony Passanante, Allied ASID, CKD, CBD 40 E. Prospect Street Waldwick, NJ 07463 201.857.2868 201.857.2869 (fax) anthony@anthonyalbertstudios.com www.anthonyalbertstudios.com 32. Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery Kathleen Palmer 5 Morristown Road Bernardsville, NJ 07924 908.630.9770 pskjpalmer@verizon.net www.studio7artgallery.com 33. Fun House Furnishings & Design Jennifer Connell & Jane Connell 6 East Main Street Mendham, NJ 07945 973.543.6429 973.543.6460 (fax) orders@funhousefurnishings.com www.funhousefurnishings.com 34. Accents by Design Sagri Frieber 2493 Lamington Road Bedminster, NJ 07921 908.234.9425 sagri@accentsbydesign.net www.accentsbydesign.com

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Interior Designer Directory 35. Susan Cohan Gardens LLC Susan Cohan, APLD Chatham, NJ 07928 201.572.1502 susan@susancohangardens.com www.susancohangardens.com 36. Re-Feather Your Nest Decorating LLC Susan Hayes 4 Bird Song Court Chester, NJ 07930 908.879.2495 susan.refeatheryournest@gmail.com www.refeatheryournest.com 37. Lori Jacobsen Design Lori Jacobsen, Allied ASID, CGP 15 Ashland Drive Montville, NJ 07045 201.452.4599 973.316.9295 (fax) ljconcepts@hotmail.com www.lorijacobsendesign.com 38. NJ ASID Student Affairs Committee Robin LaMonte, Associate ASID 30 Cameron Court Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 908.766.9575 roomsrevamped@aol.com www.rooms-revamped.com

Gwen Nagorski, ASID 3 Emily Place Long Valley, NJ 07855 908.852.4428 gwen@directionsindesigninc.com www.directionsindesigninc.com Jeffrey Brooks, Allied ASID 54 Schooley’s Mountain Road Long Valley, NJ 07853 908.876.4408 jbrooks@jeffreybrooksinteriordesign.com www.jeffreybrooksinteriordesign.com Design Team Student Members New Jersey Institute of Technology Tristan Pashalian, Nora Hamade, Nicole Zampolin, Arielle Allen, Marybeth O’Haire Kean University Ana Morim, Christine Pao, Diana DiMura Berkeley College Joanna Cortez


Interior Designer Directory 39a. Canterbury Design Jim Dove, Alison Griffon, Melissa Seibold 103 Ridgedale Avenue PO Box 1115 Morristown, NJ 07960 973.539.3339 973.539.2327 (fax) info@canterburydesign.com www.canterburydesign.com 39b. La Jolie Maison Laurie Finn 359 Springfield Avenue Summit, NJ 07901 908.598.7170 908.598-8299 (fax) Laurie@lajolie.com www.lajolie.com 39c. Mediterranean Tile & Marble Maria Cappello 461 Route 46 West – Crown Plaza Fairfield, NJ 07004 973.808.1267 973.808.7085 (fax) maria.cappello@medtile.com www.medtile.com 40. Stirling Interiors Pamela Sloane-Woodgate Karen Norton 1106 Valley Road Stirling, NJ 07980 908.647.1530 908.647.1149 (fax) pam@stirlinginteriors.net www.stirlinginteriors.net 41. Patina Painted Finishes & Murals Marilyn White 285 Glen Avenue Short Hills, NJ 07080 973.376.3329 973.912.8352 (fax) marilyn.patina@verizon.net www.patinapaintedfinishes.com


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1. Cashman Landscape Management & Design Inc. Sean Cashman Jason T. Usnick 10B Great Meadow Lane East Hanover, NJ 07936 973.386.9400 973.386.1675 (fax) office@cashmanlandscape.com www.cashmanlandscape.com 2. Nature’s Apprentice, LLC Sean Murray 37 Philhower Road Lebanon, NJ 08833 908.255.5665 908.832.9561 (fax) NaturesApprentice@gmail.com www.NaturesApprentice.com 3. Finishing Touch Landscape Construction Frank Davis 136 Lincoln Road Kinnelon, NJ 07405 973.492.0016 973.492.0116 (fax) info@finishngtouchlandscape.com www.finishingtouchlandscape.com 4. Sterling Horticultural Services Susan Olinger, APLD Marc Zukovich, President 110 Bartley-Flanders Road Flanders, NJ 07836 973.252.0600 973.252.0630 (fax) susan@sterlinghort.com www.sterlinghort.com 5. The Potted Garden Beth P. Riley 45 Maple Avenue Madison, NJ 07940 973.301.0103 victorianrileys@aol.com www.thepottedgarden.biz 6. Back to Nature Anthony Sblendorio, ASLA Michael Scholtz, Mitchell Boodey Seth Pearsoll, Kerry Rutz, MLA, Ty Triplett 152 Oldwick Road Oldwick, NJ 08858 908.439.4639 info@backtonature.net www.BackToNature.net 182 MANSION IN MAY 2012

7. Garden State Groundskeeping, Inc. Glenn Montgomery Scott Montgomery PO Box 597 Long Valley, NJ 07853 908.879.2228 908.684.1459 (fax) gardenstateinc@comcast.net www.GardenStateGroundskeeping.com 8. Cording Landscape Design Dan Chomuk Beth Pellegrini 698 Main Road Towaco, NJ 07082 973.263.5003 973.263.5113 (fax) dan@cordinglandscape.com beth@cordinglandscape.com www.cordinglandscape.com 9. Tree-Tech, Inc. James L. Bellis, Jr., Owner Jon M. Rafalowski, Regional Manager 1248 Sussex Turnpike PO Box 158 Mount Freedom, NJ 07970 973.895.8930 973.895.5578 (fax) www.treetechinc.com 10. Lakeland Lawn & Landscaping Inc. Daniel Skarbnik Sr. Daniel Skarbnik Jr. Janae Santana 231 Berkshire Valley Road Wharton, NJ 07885 973.361.3315 973.361.0093 (fax) info@lakelandlandscaping.com www.Lakelandlandscaping.com 11. John Cortese Masons John Cortese Anthony Cortese 19 Morristown Road Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 908.340.4700 cortesemason@optonline.net www.cortesemasons.com

Davies Associates Landscape Architects Bruce John Davies, ASLA, LEED AP 364 Parsippany Road, Suite 7B Parsippany, NJ 07054 973.206.1605 b.davis@bjdavies.com www.bjdavies.com

Spademan Fabrications, LLC Charlie Spademan, Artist/Blacksmith Montclair, NJ 07042 973.744.3786 www.IronFireArt.com

Foerster Landscape, Inc. Tim Foerster Mendham, NJ 07945 800.286.9988 www.foersterlandscape.com

12. Forlenza Landscape & Lawn Care, LLC Maxwell J. Forlenza 72 Townsend Drive Florham Park, NJ 07932 973.727.1969 ForlenzaLawns@aol.com 13. NatureScape Lighting Michael J. Deo Elaine Stevenson 158 Cloverhill Road Millington, NJ 07946 908.647.8004 info@NatureScapeLighting.com www.NatureScapeLighting.com 14. GROUNDS KEEPER, inc. Jay Philip Eriv 798 Route 34 Matawan, NJ 07747 908.930.5160 groundskeeperinc1973@msn.com www.groundskeeperinc1973.com

CST Design Group, LLC Craig S. Termotto LLA, ASLA PO Box 318 Tennent, NJ 07763 732.294.9566 732.294.9566 (fax) cstdesigns@optonline.net www.cstdesigngroup.com


15. Curb Appeal Design LLC Mo and Rose Soliman 12 Walsh Way Morris Plains, NJ 07950 973.451.0203 mo@curbappealdesign.biz www.curbappealdesign.biz 16. The Fredco Group, LLC Jason Lembo 315 Howe Avenue Passaic, NJ 07055 973.777.3044 973.777.3066 (fax) sales@fredcolandscaping.com www.fredcolandscaping.com 17. Laracca Landscaping Frank P. Laracca 3 Dogwood Terrace Livingston, NJ 07039 973.597.1416 973.597.1266 (fax) laracca03@comcast.net www.laraccalandscaping.com

Susan Cohan Gardens, LLC (Interior Design Space 35) Susan Cohan, APLD Chatham, NJ 07928 201.572.1502 susan@susancohangardens.com www.susancohangardens.com

TriOrganics Brian Freudenberger PO Box 391 Long Valley, NJ 07853 908.867.4226 brianf@triorganics.com www.triorganics.com

Trius Pest Management B.J. Kisch PO Box 360 Boonton, NJ 07005 973.335.2777 sales@triuspest.com www.triuspest.com

Wilpat Systems, Inc. Bill Koonz PO Box 326 Short Hills, NJ 07078 973.379.9313 wkoonz@aol.com


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We give special thanks to all who have made this Mansion possible, especially our family and friends who have supported us throughout this project; MetLife, Valeant, and all our generous corporate, in-kind and individual sponsors; the accommodating neighbors on Canfield Road; Karen Johnson, WAMMC Executive Assistant, whose contribution to Mansion in May is invaluable; the Mansion in May 2012 Committee Chairs, their committees and our dedicated volunteers. With apologies to anyone who contributed after the journal went to press, we salute … Peter Michelotti, President & CEO, Trust Officer

Cynthia O’Donnell, Director of Gift Planning Hyona Revere, Director of Major Gifts

WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION OF MORRISTOWN MEDICAL CENTER

STATE OF NEW JERSEY

COMMUNITY BANK OF BERGEN COUNTY

Beth Wipperman, President Karen Johnson, Executive Assistant ATLANTIC HEALTH SYSTEM

Joseph A. Trunfio, PhD, President and CEO Robert Peake, Director, Dept. of Construction Antoinette Lambiase, Business Coordinator, Dept. of Construction Sheilah O’Halloran, Esq., Acting General Counsel Julia B. Walker, Esq. Diane Lawson, Insurance Manager Alan J. Robinson, Director/CSO Protection & Security Services, Emergency Mgmt. Corporate Office Miguel Colon, Protection & Security Services Richard Donovan, Director of Transportation Florence Richards, Coordinator, Courier & Transport Services Johnny Idrovo, Lead Courier Joe Aliseo, Shuttle Lead Printing Department MORRISTOWN MEDICAL CENTER

David Shulkin, MD, Vice President, AHS; President, MMC Dr. Karen Knops, Medical Director, Palliative Care, MMC Medical Director, Atlantic Home Care and Hospice Linda D. Gillam, MD, MPH, Vice Chair Cardiovascular Medicine Karen Siegel, Administrative Assistant Cardiovascular Core Lab Robert Callas, Fire Safety Coordinator/Site Safety Officer; Protection & Security Services/Emergency Management Ray Fochesto, Manager of Facilities Peter Palmer, Manager, Department of Construction Bill Giacomaro, Department of Construction Herb Johnson, Manager, Plant Engineering Bo Burdette, O’Malley Electric Patricia Sohler, Risk Management MMC Mailroom Ernie Risti, Site Manager Tes De’Freitas Frank Lochli Visual Media Services Timothy Luby, Foreman, Audio/Visual/Media Services Arturo Avila Dave Martin Miguel Farias MORRISTOWN MEDICAL HEALTH FOUNDATION

Jim Quinn, Chief Development Officer Lori Morsch, Executive Administrative Assistant Regina Diverio, Director of Communications Bonnie Gannon, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations 184 MANSION IN MAY 2012

Paul F. Elenio, Fire Code Assistance Representative 2 TOWNSHIP OF MORRIS

Peter V. Mancuso, Mayor Bruce D. Sisler, Deputy Mayor Daniel W. Caffrey, Township Committee Jeffrey R. Grayzel, Township Committee Timothy Quinn, Township Administrator Dennis Reilly, Police Chief Scott Lovenberg, Fire Chief Craig Goss, Fire Official William Duffy, Fire Code Inspector Albert Mastrobattista - Construction Official Robert Rutan, Electrical Inspector Kevin Breen, Health Administrator Mark Hiler, Plumbing Inspector Cathleen Amelio, Township Clerk GLYNALLYN HISTORY & MEMORABILIA

Allen and MacDougall Families Valerie and David Marr Melitta and Christopher Shields Father Benet Caffrey Cam Cavanaugh Father Gabriel Coless Ulysses Dietz Becky Hoskins Marta McDowell Gail Dunlap Reuben W. Barry Thomson Morristown & Morris Township Library ARCHITECT

Kapuscinski-Luongo Architects Karen Luongo, AIA CAFÉ CATERER

Country Picnic Cliff Cababe Sally Sabol CAFÉ DECOR

Jardinière Fine Flowers Michael Pellegrino CARPENTRY & CRAFTSMEN

C. Toto & Sons Inc. Carmine Toto, Jr.


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Glasplex, LLC Tom D’Angelo Halseys Welding & Iron Works James W. Hearon John Cortese Masons John Cortese Anthony Cortese Lamb Studios Donald Samick Millwork & More, LLC Sean Benetin Jeff Toye DRIVEWAY REPAIR

Ferreira Construction Anthony Ferreira Nelson Ferreira ELECTRICIAN

MPower Electrical Contractor Mark Pribish Matt Pribish Bob Schaffer FLOORS AND CARPETING

Bona Cove Carpet One Floor & Home Exceptional Flooring Concepts, Inc. Erik Luthy and EFC Team GARDEN SITE PLAN

Cording Landscape Design Ron Cording Daniel Chomuk, ASLA Beth Pellegrini GARAGE RESTORATION

Amarr Corporation Bruen Design Build Carl Bruen Green Valley Contractors Steve Carfaro Monk’s Carpentry Ty Monks Morristown Lumber Steve Heisel Morris County Overhead Door MaryAngela Emodi National Building Supply Kurt Ruppel S & S Painting Steve Stavros HEAVY EQUIPMENT

Foley Incorporated Edward J. Foley III Ryan C. Foley Jason Lee iPADS Atlantic Health System Pat Zinno, Director of IT Infrastructure Alpha One Construction Reissmann Plumbing and Heating

Harding Twig Madchatters Twig Spring Brook Twig The Township Twig LANDSCAPE SERVICE PROVIDERS

Fernandez Landscaping & Masonry, LLC José and Patricia Fernandez NatureScape Lighting Michael Deo Tree-Tech Inc. James L. Bellis, Jr. Jon Rafalawski TriOrganics Brian Freudenberger Trius Pest Management B.J. Kisch Wilpat Systems, Inc. Bill Koonz MIM HOSPITALITY SPONSOR

The Madison Hotel Peter Keller Tim McHale Karen Shor Scott McArthur Walter Major MIM JOURNAL AND MARKETING SPONSOR

ASP1RE NJ Magazine Steve Mandel Amy Sneider Laura Soles Kim Lawless Amy Levinson Jason Lowsy Alyson Schiraldi Simone Tieber Michelle Vilotti PARKING

RXR Realty Todd Rechler Ty Leon Larry Pace The Madison Hotel PLUMBER

Andrew E. Hall & Sons, Inc. Andy Hall PREVIEW GALA

Mendham High School Jazz Combo Michael Arenella & His Dreamland Orchestra Still Life Fine Event Design David Mitchell The Madison Hotel PRINTING & GRAPHIC DESIGN

Bernardsville Print Center Matt Davis The Golden Quill Kristen Doyle MANSION IN MAY 2012

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PHOTOGRAPHERS

Wing Wong/MemoriesTTL Wing Wong, MIM Photographer Matt Davis David Gruol Photography David Gruol Dennis McKee Denise Panyik-Dale Boris Reyt PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA PROVIDERS

Alternative Press   Design NJ Inside Jersey Morris County Tourism Bureau Morris/Essex Health & Life New Jersey Monthly MIM Hometown Sponsor New York Spaces Park Place Magazine Wainscot Media Clearview Cinemas Craig O’Connor McGinnis PR Marketing/Communications Jeffrey M. McGinnis RAFFLE DONORS

Atlantic Health System Eileen F. and Peter Sudler WAMMC Board MIM Executive Committee Frederick Goodman Fine Jewelers Beth and Robert Wipperman Ronnie Grandis Atlantic Cardiology Group SIGNAGE AND SIGN PLACEMENT

Forms Digital Printing Galo Barros C&C Landscape Enterprise Chitty Catizone NJ Transit Real Estate Rose M. Marques SECURITY SYSTEMS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Automatic Suppression & Alarm Systems, Inc. Joseph E. Mongiello Sawyers Control Systems Inc. Thomas P. Callahan Verizon Verizon Wireless TICKET SALE VENDORS

Apogee, Basking Ridge Barats of Bernardsville, Bernardsville British Home Emporium, Madison Braunschweiger Jewelers, Morristown Cachet Gift Boutique, Chatham Classic Home and Garden, Far Hills CocoLuxe, Peapack Country Curtains, Far Hills 186 MANSION IN MAY 2012

Engraved Images, Far Hills F. Gerald New, Morristown Garden Cottage, Morristown Gary’s Wine and Market, Bernardsville and Madison Laura Clare, Bernardsville Mane Attractions Hair Salon, Mendham Meli Melo, Bernardsville Mendham Books, Mendham Morris Museum, Morristown Museum of Early Trades and Crafts Paperfolio, Summit Peapack-Gladstone Bank Seasons Gifts & Home, Madison The Bargain Box, Morristown The Blue Purl, Madison The Madison Hotel, Morristown The Whistling Elk, Chester WAMMC Gift Shops Windswept Boutique, Mendham VIDEOGRAPHERS

Matthew Davis, SGF Studios Scott Seibold AND THANKS TO…

Agway Jeff Gomez TJ Kelly Alternative Interiors Kenny Caruso ASA Design Build, LLC Alan Andreas Jonathan Baczewski Danco Interiors, LLC Dan Tietz Design 24 John Wingler Eagle Paint and Wallpaper Joe Pissari, Jr. Hobbie Heat & Power Inc. Tom King Ivan Marin Damion Martins, MD Morris County SLAP Panzarella Plumbing Jack Panzarella Quality Home Woodworks Don Fulmer Don Scobell Charles A. Shioleno, MD The Fania Roofing Company The Provident Bank Yika Padilla Well-Built Carpentry & Builders, Inc. Frank Staffa Joe Inserra Joey Inserra Whitney Plumbing Bill Whitney


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