r contemporary originals are
made under the watchful eye of
perfectionists. We proudly
fashion unique furnishings of the highest
quality. To those who appreciate the
best, to those who can accept no less.
ding in a plum, green and wine paisley print.
Three Picot prints over the bed feature sea-
side villages and a Tarkay lithograph hangs
over the dresser. Simple pinch-pleated drap-
ery in a taupe linen pull back to take in the
The dressing room, with St Thomas taupe-
gray marble topping the taupe laminate cab-
inets, lead to his and her walk-in closets and
to the all-marble bathroom.
A large Palladium window with gray Plan-
tation shutters overlooks a whirlpool tub in In-
nocent Blush by Jacuzzi. A glass-enclosed
shower sits next to the tub. An Agam print
hangs to the side of the tub, near a paper col-
lage by Mary. A sculpture of a kneeling man,
doubling as a plant holder, sits on the tub deck.
Each of the children's rooms reflects its
owner. Fifteen-year-old Lainie, an aspiring
artist, created a Jerry Garcia sculpture that
hangs above her four-poster pine Shaker bed
with Amish-inspired quilt Eclectic and funky,
the room is what Daniels refers to as "a return
Twelve-year-old Josh's room features wood
bunk beds and dressers and Madonna and
Cindy Crawford posters on the wall. A `50s-
style Swaim Armchair, in a black and white
boomerang pattern looks ideal for relaxing.
"I like to have a big, comfortable chair in
every child's room I do," says Daniels.
A guest bedroom completes the upstairs.
`To build a great house," says Lubin, "you
must have a successful partnership between
the builder, interior designer, architect and
client" I found it easy to work on this house,"
says Daniels. "We're all on the same wave-
length. We put it all into perspective. These
aren't life-threatening decisions."
Absolutely," concurs Mary Epstein. "And
you can always make changes."
Not that anyone would ever want to. ❑
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