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    Jeff and Gina Schindler’s Wildwood home may be less than two years old, but it has generations of history built into it. Not only did Jeff, a longtime builder, build the family home, but he personally gathered many of the reclaimed materials that now lend it so much charm. This is particularly true of the kitchen and hearth room, where interior designer Ellie Redders incorporated the wood and brick Jeff wanted to use in the design.

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    ONE: By Janet Gridley design + decor.

    TWO:  By DAS Studio.

    THREE: By Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. FOUR: By Alison Kandler Interior Design.

    FIVE: By Jeannie Balsam Interiors.

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    Architect: Edward M. Stevens Architect LLC

    Builder: Claymont Development LLC

    Interior Design: Castle Design

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    For 10 years, Carol lived within minutes of the Chesterfield villa she now calls home. It’s on the same street as her sister’s and sister-in-law’s and walking distance from pretty much everything else.

    But after years of sameness, the place needed a reboot. “It had gotten to where I’d been here for 19 years and I hadn’t done anything major practically since I moved in,” Carol says. “It had gotten really dated.” Aside from recently purchased living room recliners, marble bedroom flooring and a Murano glass chandelier she purchased in Italy, she was open to most anything.

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