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High Flyers

Inspired by the heady, futuristic aesthetic of ‘60s and ‘70s modernism, this Clifton home injects some of the era’s glamour and poolside party lifestyle.

Thoughtful Design

Acclaim of Thrones

The Queen of Taupe

Be Relevant or Be Dead

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To celebrate our anniversary, we’re delighted to unveil our sleek new “HF” moniker and a fresh look and feel for our print, mobile and digital editions that makes our content easier to explore and engage with. As a design and lifestyle magazine that’s been around for several decades, with more

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Get Your Home Office Working for You

Today’s wireless technology allows us to work from almost any room, but I suggest you pick one and make it yours. I always recommend setting a home office up in a room with a door that closes and locks, rather than at the dining-room table or in an open-concept loft or basement. For business calls and for concentration, it’s best to have a door for privacy. If you need to share a space, try to make it the guest room or a place that isn’t occupied by others during the day.

Interview with Gabriel Scott

Homefront tracked down Scott Richler and Gabriel Kakon of Gabriel Scott to chat about their design philosophies, their expansion plans and how as “brothers-in-law” they can improbably work together.

Get Your Home Office Working for You

Today’s wireless technology allows us to work from almost any room, but I suggest you pick one and make it yours. I always recommend setting a home office up in a room with a door that closes and locks, rather than at the dining-room table or in an open-concept loft or basement. For business calls and for concentration, it’s best to have a door for privacy. If you need to share a space, try to make it the guest room or a place that isn’t occupied by others during the day.

Interview with Gabriel Scott

Homefront tracked down Scott Richler and Gabriel Kakon of Gabriel Scott to chat about their design philosophies, their expansion plans and how as “brothers-in-law” they can improbably work together.

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