A Refreshed Craftsman House In New Jersey With Modern Interiors

Originally built in 1952, this charming Craftsman-style house features a heavily wooded exterior and underwent a complete renovation by Colette Interiors, situated in Chatham, New Jersey.

Infusing her beautiful style aesthetic, the designer transformed this abode into a stunning family home, tailored to accommodate her own family of five.

The designer’s goal was to seamlessly integrate environmental elements into the interior, showcasing the beauty of her surroundings through the use of organic finishes, natural textures, and materials.

In the living room, the light fixture is the Hamilton from The Urban Electric Co., size regular in a bronze finish with a bronze interior finish.

The kitchen was updated with a clean-lined mindset. The designer wanted a bright and airy feel in her kitchen, embracing the classic white kitchen.

In the dining room, the intention was to maintain a low-profile, clean-lined, and minimalistic atmosphere.

Crisp whites, warm woods, earthy stones, and all those cozy layers. The perfect recipe for this owner’s bedroom sanctuary.

An East Coast mudroom may be the hardest working room in your home. The designer loves approaching a mudroom with as much form as function in mind.

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