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NJ Beach House: Painstaking detail went into designing the home. “Each piece was mocked up first, and many changes were made before we had the perfect ratio,” says designer/homeowner Kirstin Schultz. Painting the Craftsman-style millwork white—instead of the traditional stained finish—better suits the light and airy mood of a beach home. Contrasting dark-stained oak floors, laid on a 45-degree angle, juxtaposes the very straight lines of the recessed panels and trimwork, she says.

A Foursquare House Staircase. Ours should look like this. Would love to remove the carpet and paint so it is restored to its original beauty.

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“The doors in the stairway with wavy glass are original to the house and point to the functionality designers favored in the 1920s. They keep the cooling and heating regulated between the downstairs and the two bedrooms and bath upstairs.”

love the wide window seat with the bookcases... definitely something i can see in my own home someday

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Flooring to Last a Lifetime — Inside Man

Love these floors