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A 10-foot island is the focal point of this Sterling Kitchen & Bath project in Ardmore//Photo by Nissa Gowat.

 

Walnut cabinets bookend the work space in this Radnor kitchen designed by Leslie Hayes Interiors//Photo by Drew Callaghan.

 

High-end appliances and finishes are highlights in this Devon barn rehabbed by Cullen Construction//Photo by Michael Mafodda.

 

Bluebell Kitchens made quite an impact with a thick Caesarstone countertop in this Villanova home//Photo by Pammi Simone of Simone Associates.

 

A monochromatic color scheme in this master bathroom by Sterling Kitchen & Bath keeps the atmosphere soothing//Photo by Nissa Gowat.

 

Leslie Hayes Interiors used decorative wallpaper to make a visual statement in this Haverford powder room//Photo by Drew Callaghan.

 

Ahn + Robinson Studio ensured that this kids’ bathroom would be light and airy with penny and subway tiles//Photo by Tom Crane.

 

The soaking tub is the star in this master bathroom reno by Pinemar//Photo by Jeffrey Totaro Architectural Photographer. 

 

Cullen Construction of Wayne is behind this remarkable barn rehab in Devon//Photo by Michael Mafodda.

 

Malvern architect Karen Beam designed the exterior of this entertainment space//Photo by Michael Mafodda.

 

This Armond Aquatech Pools showpiece in Gladwyne boasts custom limestone masonry and a resistance swim system//Photo by Q Stern Photography. 

 

In both projects, Pinemar went for a seamless flow from indoors to outdoors//Photo by Jeffrey Totaro Architectural Photographer. (See next picture in next slide)

 

Photo by Jeffrey Totaro Architectural Photographer. 

 

This Tuscan-inspired patio is the perfect spot for entertaining by Terren Landscapes. 

 

A bench sits in front of a living wall by Terren Landscapes. 

 

Stepping-stone paths and a pond accentuate the setting for the teahouse by Terren Landscapes. 

 

This Villanova home is the epitome of multi-level outdoor living below the balcony//Photo by Drew Callaghan.

 

On the second-story balcony, chic furnishings and a fireplace contribute to a nearly seamless transition from the formal interior. Project manager Leslie Hayes Interiors incorporated drapes for both coziness and glamour//Photo by Drew Callaghan.

 

On the lower level, seating areas are more casual, with chaises poolside and a more intimate seating area below the balcony//Photo by Drew Callaghan.