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Designing kitchens and baths with the principles of Universal Design ensures people of all ages and abilities can feel safe and comfortable in their homes.

 

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NewJerseyMonthlyCover[1]Find out what happened when two Westfield, NJ, sisters purchased the home they grew up in, which was divided into a mirror-image two-family house. “I wanted my place to look like a New York City penthouse,” said one sister, “lofty, open, and contemporary, but comfortable.” The other sister wanted Asian flair, “a Shoji screen and bamboo floors.” The sisters had all their appointments together, but working with Tammy Kaplan of Images In Design they achieved two spaces each with a style all its own.

Click the cover to open a PDF of this article in New Jersey Monthly

Photos by Melabee Miller

 


NYspace-cover[1]Read about a Scotch Plains, NJ, master bath with comforts that rival a fine hotel or spa. The husband had a vision of slate and stone … but the wife was afraid it would be too masculine. Working together with Tammy Kaplan of Images In Design, warm copper, colored glass and other materials were added to achieve a dream bathroom with a luxurious, relaxing shower. (Filled with before & after photos.)

Click the cover to open a PDF of this article in New York Spaces

Photos by Melabee Miller

 

 


HomeLightingCover[1]This Fort Lee, NJ, condo needed a makeover that was suitable both for entertaining and the daily lives of a couple and their four children. Since the condo was part of an existing building, columns and sconces were used as part of the lighting solution since it was impractical to run wires through the ceiling. Custom cabinetry provided not only beauty but storage within rooms that were unusually shaped, due to the previous owners’ combining two rooms. Working with Tammy Kaplan of Images in Design, a very practical, very comfortable, and very stylish living room/bar space was created. (Filled with before & after photos.)

Click the cover to open a PDF of this article in Home Lighting & Accessories

Photos by Melabee Miller

 


KitchenAndBathDesignNewsCover[1]In this Verona, NJ, home, the couple wanted a larger bathroom with a dressing area. The original bathroom was small, but clever space planning on the part of Images In Designresulted in a luxurious space with beautiful marble tile — the jacuzzi, for instance, was placed where an unneeded closet used to be. And a second sink was placed outside the bathroom in the new dressing area so the couple wouldn’t be in each other’s way when getting ready in the morning.

Click the cover to open a PDF of this article in Kitchen & Bath Design News

Photos by Melabee Miller