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A Newton Home Gets a Contemporary Refresh
A thoughtful renovation rekindles the longtime owners’ love for their Newton home.
This Cape Cod Compound is Ready to Host a Crowd
At this Osterville home, when it’s summertime, the living truly is easy.
The Joy of the Outdoors
Radical Chic At first glance, this expansive Nantucket property had everything its new owners needed. Still, a bit of tweaking was in order. The pool sat in a sunken area tucked between the home and the pool house, leaving no space at the rear of the house for the outdoor kitchen and spa the couple wanted. Front landscaping consisted of little more than a shell driveway and a lawn. Landscape
A Boston Home Gets a Refined Renovation
Gorgeous nineteenth-century houses line up elbow to elbow in this tony part of Boston. Trees grown thick in the waist dot small manicured lawns, and hydrangeas wave around stone foundations that have heard the
Inside a Modern and Minimalist Townhouse
With its respectable pedigree and good bones, lots of room (at around 8,000 square feet), and a Boston location to rival none, the townhouse had everything going for it.
Some people say architect Philip Johnson faked the tears he shed upon seeing Spain’s Guggenheim Museum Bilbao for the first…
Editor’s Miscellany: Local Talent
By Kyle Hoepner Next Wednesday, November 30, the New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA)…
Useful Elegance: Kitchen and Bath Design
The Sky’s the Limit A simple directive—the color blue—set the designers off and running, mixing textures and patterns that play…
Greg Premru: Three Approaches to Composing Interior Photos
When you walk into a room, your brain is flooded with information: colors and textures, furniture, window treatments, lamps, flowers,…
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