Photo Courtesy of Michael Chiarella
By Anne Levin
During the week, David and Pam Anderson live in a house on the grounds of Saint Luke’s Parish in Darien, Connecticut, where David is pastor. Since the house doesn’t belong to them, the couple don’t have to do much in the way of maintenance.
But from most Thursdays through Saturdays and whenever they can get away, the Andersons can be found doing the things that homeowners do at the house they built in a valley in Springtown, in Bucks County, Pa. “This house has become our pleasure,” says David Anderson. “We work on the land, we chop wood, we mow the lawn. We baby it.” more
By Lynn Adams Smith
Photograph by Jeffrey E. Tryon
Back in 1968, Joanne Woodward purchased a Rolex Daytona watch for Paul Newman and had it inscribed “Drive Carefully Me.” For the next 16 years, he wore the watch while acting in movies, fly fishing, and racing cars.
In 1984, Newman’s daughter Nell was dating James Cox. One summer day Cox was helping to repair a treehouse on their property, when Newman casually gave him the watch. more
PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL NEIGHBORHOOD | ECLECTIC CAPE COD, BUILT IN 1924. RECENT RENOVATION by Architect Andrew Sheldon (1944 – 2017) INCLUDED LARGER FRONT DOOR AND NEW WINDOWS IN FRONT.
By Lynn Smith
Photography by Jeffrey E. Tryon
Thank you to the proud owners of the smaller homes in Princeton for contributing to the character of our community. We have photographed a few of our favorites that have been lovingly maintained, restored, or constructed with architectural distinction for all of us to enjoy.
By Laurie Pellichero
Photography by Charles R. Plohn
From the moment you walk in the bright green door to Elephant in the Room Design in the Princeton North Shopping Center, you will see that it’s not your average consignment store. The clean, spacious 2,000-square-foot showroom is filled with artfully-arranged vignettes filled with an eclectic mix of new and consigned furniture and home decor items. more
By Taylor Smith
When did you first realize your passion for interior design?
My passion for interior design came to me organically. After remodeling and decorating my own homes, I realized that I had a passion and unrealized skill set for interior design. So, after having my second daughter, I went from a stay-at-home mom to a student at The Art Institute of Philadelphia pursuing a degree in interior design. more
By Taylor Smith
When did you first realize your passion for kitchen and bath design?
When I built my current house 16 years ago, my builder recognized that I had talent and suggested that I work with him. At the time I was working as a consultant for an employee benefit firm specifically designing health care plans and providing actuarial services. I have a love of math and the arts, and thought this opportunity would combine these two disparate traits very nicely. more