Editor’s Miscellany: New England Home Unseen, Part Two

May 10, 2012

By Kyle Hoepner

Continuing my tour of images that could have made it into the pages of New England Home, but somehow didn’t. Sharing them here is a welcome opportunity, since they deserve to be seen. When possible, a link is included to the story that did run.

Designer Claire Maestroni‘s Greenwich dining room: how many textures can you spot?

Photo by Björn Wallander; click to see full story

A tablescape from Cynthia Mason Hernandez‘s dining room vignette at West Hartford’s Designer Spaces and Market Places in the autumn of 2010.

Photo by Michael Partenio

A long, low house by Rhode Island architect James Estes sits calmly in the dusk.

Photo by Warren Jagger; click to see full story

Hanging pots of flowers on the Vermont porch of designer Wendy Valliere.

Photo by Michael Partenio; click to see full story

More flowers made their way inside, to another porch used as a casual dining room.

Photo by Michael Partenio

A bedroom symphony in black and white, also from Wendy Valliere’s house.

Photo by Michael Partenio

Sun-gilded clouds crown an evocative landscape by Scot Indermuehle of Sudbury Design Group.

Photo by Michael J. Lee; click to see full story

The dramatic geometry of a house by TruexCullins nestles in the woods by Lake Champlain.

Photo by Jim Westphalen; click to see full story

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