Kitchens Guide 2016

Find inspiration in six local kitchens, where innovative layouts, custom furnishings, and top-notch appliances redefine the heart of the home.

Features

Lofty Ideals

How a couple turned a downtrodden Natick lot into an artsy, open paradise.

Departments

New England Made: Pot Luck

Armed with an electric kiln and plenty of know-how, the team behind Allston-based Myrth Ceramics creates timeless handmade stoneware.

Living Small: To the Max

Alina Wolhardt, the owner of Wolf in Sheep Design, brings bold style and smart solutions to her South End brownstone.

The Newly Expanded Uni

We take a closer look at Uni 2.0, where Ken Oringer and Tony Messina offer a unique take on Japanese cuisine.

Also In This Issue

Found Art

Strange Flower by Jennifer Maestre.

Editors' Picks: Jewel Zone

Usher in autumn with this rich gem-inspired colorway.

Spaces: Fresh Start

Interior designer Dennis Duffy transforms a windowless kitchen into a bright and airy chef’s dream.

Happenings

Where to go and what to read for your fall design fix.

The Best Part of Waking Up

Upgrade your morning coffee with these luxe accessories.

A Perfect Ten: Cutting Boards

Whether handmade of hardwood or chiseled from the hills of Vermont, a handsome board elevates even the simplest offerings.

Weekender: Amsterdam

Travel to the dreamlike canal city this fall to enjoy car-free living, incomparable art, and exciting new boutique hotels.

A Glimpse of the Past

The Gibson House, in the Back Bay, offers a perfectly preserved snapshot of Boston life in Victorian times.

Treasure: Bronze Beauty

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum curator Christina Nielsen shares the story behind a prized souvenir.