After working in more than twenty-five high-rises in Boston, designer Paula Daher knew exactly how to make her demure South End loft
“It was a big white box, a big white boring box.” That’s how interior designer Christina Roughan describes the home…
History in the Making As with many houses of its era, this 1905 Tudor Revival residence in a Brookline, Massachusetts,…
Comfort is the main ingredient in a house designed for family and friends to make memories.
In a house that was built nearly a century ago to look vintage, a renovation team balances yesterday with today.
A couple trades their antiques-filled colonial for pared-down simplicity on the water.
Gold tones and interesting shapes bring a touch of glam to a coastal home.
Designer Dane Austin invites friends to pull up an ombré settee, put up their feet, and stay a while.
This versatile, relaxing porch-that-isn’t-a-porch brings the outdoors in—literally.
A well-loved Martha’s Vineyard cottage gets an update that boosts its beachy vibe while keeping all the character its owners cherish.
Designer Leslie Rylee holds fast to her happy place, embracing calm on the wild coast
A Nantucket house gets a stylish refresh.
The only thing better than having your own pool? A pool house that doubles as a guest retreat.
Trevor Fulmer’s Provincetown pied-à-terre proves good things do indeed come in petite packages.
Shades of pink and purple alongside traditional architectural details ground a Boston high-rise and give it a touch of glam.
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