Some people like to hold on fast to the past once the nest is empty. They love welcoming grown children, and eventually grandchildren, back to the family home, reliving and passing on cherished traditions.
An 1828 Federal-style Beacon Hill row house returns to its former glory in a careful renovation that would surely make the original architect proud.
An urban condominium gets a dynamic new look that suits its lively Back Bay neighborhood and inspires as much admiration as its spectacular city views.
Interior designer Ana Donohue achieves a homeowner’s vision of sublime calm, without a hint of yawn.
An old home in the Boston suburbs shakes of its fusty past, lets in the light and dons a new look that’s just right for a young family.
A Higher Calling
John Lennon once sang, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” The man who…
A Study in Elegance
Nannette Lewis approaches design with more instinct than calculation. For example, this subtle, yet captivating interior in one of Boston’s…
An Affair to Remember
Chemistry or chance—does it matter? Whatever the reason, a good relationship is gold. In romance or otherwise, when it clicks…
Where Art Meets Heart
From the glossy epoxy white-painted floors to the metal accents and modern furnishings, Cappoli keeps the look sleek. But then…
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