Home and Table Magazine Spring2017 - Page 23

Lighting, natural and artificial, Jennings says, proved to make the biggest difference. of the countless outcroppings that litter the landscape. The original interpretation was something closer to what Lambertville, New Jersey, interior designer Robert Jennings describes as a “honey pot,” blonde wood on top of blonde wood on top of blonde wood. Jennings is responsible for the design that transformed Boulder Hill, which was custom-built in 1986, into its comparatively minimalist form. In a home that feels quintessentially modern, the kitchen seems even a degree or two more so than the other spaces, all clean lines, sleek sur- 23 homeandtablemagazine.com | SPRING 2017