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LJE presents insights, ideas, and practical advice from interior designers with an eye for design and a passion for the details that go into creating a home you’ll love.
We will inspire you with glimpses into fabulous homes that reflect a love for style and craftsmanship as evidenced in the glorious collections of furniture styles.
With a lighthearted balance between insight and frivolity, please join the fun ~ by sharing your own personal experiences.
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Every few years, Saloom invites designers to see new product introductions and to get excited about their innovative designs being brought to market. We caught up with Chad Dutcher, LJE Designer to talk about his recent trip to the Saloom Factory. Here’s what … Continue reading
A few years back, Ron and Sandy Cipolla’ s beautiful Bridgewater home caught fire and completely burnt to the ground. A wood burning stove began sparking the flames that would eventually consume their entire house. Asleep when this happened, Ron escaped … Continue reading
Let me tell you about a simple design principle that simplifies the process of choosing a color palette for your home. A simple concept: start with an inspiration piece — a painting, rug, fabric, or wallpaper swatch you love — and … Continue reading
This past year, the Property Brothers have been busy working on many renovations with homeowners in Connecticut and the Westchester area. Bobbie Sue Smart, owner of Smart Design was contacted a second time for her design expertise on even more home makeovers. Ms Smart … Continue reading
Chad Dutcher transformed his century old family house into an elegant home filled with unique flea market finds, colorful upholstery and artful vintage vignettes. A home reimagined with secondhand treasures and family heirlooms, making it a stand out in the … Continue reading
He was her “Lysander,” after the Spartan hero. She was his “Diana,” after the Roman goddess of the moon. She called him “My Dearest Friend.” He called her “Miss Adorable” and his “Heroine,” who sustained “with so much Fortitude, the … Continue reading