Reposting one of our favorite posts from last summer 👇 #ThrowbackThursday
If you’re looking to go lighter as a brunette, it’s so important to walk into the salon with realistic expectations and to find a stylist who can work with you by helping you along your journey ✨ Our mission at Abby Haliti is to do just that by prioritizing the health of your hair.
When it comes to #balayage , if you’re a brunette who has never gotten highlights, and have decided to go a little lighter, it’s crucial to remember that your first balayage session is going to look TOTALLY different from someone who is a few sessions in.
This is at least the case when you’re working with a stylist who is doing it the right way by putting your hair health over instant gratification — less is more and you can still get to your hair goals (except when done properly, your hair will remain healthy) who doesn’t want the best of both worlds?
Your hair is the crown you wear everyday 👑 It deserves the best treatment and care, and we aim to provide you with exactly that. This is why consultations are so important! Don’t be afraid to ask any and all questions and tell us what your lifestyle is and how you’d like to maintain your hair outside of the salon.
Customer had an issue with her tile coming loose all the time in her kid's bathroom. When we ripped it up, we found an inadequate amount of thinset directly onto the plywood subfloor. This is NOT how to lay tile! The floor will flex and cause separation and allow the lay to fail.
We always install a @schlutersystemsna#ditra underlayment which allows for structural movement without damaging the tile.
Be sure to always ask about installation methods when selecting your contractor. It's not only important how it looks, it's important how it holds up!
🎬 Dr. Glatt filming his video segment for being awarded a Select Plastic Surgeon from New Jersey Monthly magazine. This year, Dr. Glatt has been awarded in multiple categories: breast augmentation, breast lift, and abdominoplasty.
Call us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Glatt 973-889-9300
Come on out to the 11th Annual Chatham Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. Get the whole crew to lace up their sneakers for the 1 mile Family Fun Run or gear up for some serious exercise at the 5K. Either way, you will have an excuse to devour your turkey and mashed potatoes later that day guilt-free while supporting some wonderful causes. Funds raised will be donated to our local first responders and diabetes education and research.
What a fun bracelet!
John Hardy sterling silver and 18kt jeweled charm bracelet. Every charm is unique! Blue topaz, amethyst and even a cultured pearl hang delicately between variously designed silver and gold charms. Easy to use toggle closure. Bracelet shows no wear and measures 7.5” in length. A great addition to any collection. $495.
Chatham High student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent, l to r: Tamer Luzi, Dartmouth lacrosse; Jen Olnowich, Princeton ice hockey; Aidan Decker, Lehigh lacrosse; Hailey Harkins, Georgetown swimming, and Lizzie O’Neill,Boston College lacrosse •link to story in bio• #chathamnj#chathamnewspaper#chathamnews
8 38514 November, 2019
The minis go on SALE!
This piece is all about texture and a limited and yummy palette. I love salmon and gold together. Add a bit of white, grey and black and this piece is small but mighty! 10x10 on canvas - sold framed in a floating frame. Ready to go next week and will be on sale 20% off my regular mini prices. DM for info.
Who would demolish this mansion? “Broadview” was the most imposing home on Fairmount Avenue. It was built at the end of the 19th Century as the country estate of James Gifford, a Newark attorney.
In 1940, the mansion, with expansive grounds, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. William Hatt. The property had a frontage on Fairmount Avenue of 700 feet and a depth of over 1,000 feet, consisting of about 15 beautifully planted acres. The intention of the Hatt's was to dismantle the Gifford residence and cut a street through from Fairmount Avenue to Washington Avenue, opening up the property for 29 building lots.
#nofilter needed for these two good looking guys! Thanks for stopping in Eli! 🏈❤️🥪
26 3509 hours ago
D E T A I L S - Custom interior woodwork
A. Level of details crafted into right proportions
B. Painting work here i would call in categories of Art, and this is all thanks to @ibospainting and our cabinet/millwork division @kurnatwood !!! C. 3 Qualities 1.quality of craftsmanship 2. Quality of details and overall design with proportions 3.quality of trim and millwork engineering
All of those benefits are possible with right team, and right experience.
Kurnat woodworking LLC is doing this work since 2006 and some of our craftsmen love playing with it over 20+ years, we not only know how to execute it, but we also know what kind of people to add to our team if needed, what kind of subcontractors, etc.. Thanks for reading, we hope that you will find this helpfull for your own company or your own house !
Everyone in their own way and at their own pace. This is what I tell my students.
The creative process is YOUR creative process. Whether you studied for years or found your creative self by accident and grew by doing, exploring and playing — it’s all just perfect!
If you’re local to #Chathamnj my new art workshops begin in December. Small groups. One on one instruction. A great community. And lots of love 💕
3 boys with countless cleats, muddy sneakers and baseball hats...no problem! Making progress on custom mud room built ins on wyckoff project
27 2484 November, 2019
Back in the day, now gone today😟
Vanderpoel Mansion c1884
This was the home of the very eccentric, and very rich, Vanderpoel family. Technically the home was across the river in Summit, but the family consider itself Chatham residents. Ambrose, son of the owners, authored the book, the History of Chatham in 1921.
In the 1970s, the mansion was demolished😭 during the construction of Route 24 to make way for an access ramp.