Teeming with bespoke cabinetry, clever storage solutions, and the finest finishes, five local projects provide plenty of big ideas for your next renovation.
For one homeowner, renovating a lake house in Newton meant preserving its rich history.
Enamored with the property rather than the house, a new-to-Concord couple embarks on a modern makeover.
To loosen up a formal estate in New York, interior designer Frank Roop contrasts classic architecture with unexpected details.
Handcrafted bikes rule the road in Charlestown.
Using seasonal fruits as ingredients, four local designers cook up fresh mood boards for the heart of the home.
Erik Rueda, head of Chelsea-based Erik Rueda Design Lab, is on a mission to create a coworking space for craftspeople—and establish a new design district in the process.
For Pollen Floral Design’s Krissy Price, all the world’s a garden.
Check out the interior design of Ruka, a new fusion restaurant in Downtown Crossing.
Merge Architects designs a Lexington home that brings the outside in.
Check out these sculptures by Deborra Stewart-Pettengill.
These terrazzo-inspired goods will have you dreaming of Italy in no time.
Helmed by Moskow Linn Architects, a student workshop in Norwich, Vermont, results in a one-of-a-kind building.
Where to go and what to read for your fall design fix.
Add some sparkle to cocktail hour with these metallic must-haves.
Sleek shapes and clever details make these fixtures a bright addition to any home.
Scandinavia’s greenest city is a culinary and design destination.
Paul Rudolph’s Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center is an architectural marvel hidden in plain sight.
Kathryn Yee, owner of the Everyday Co., reveals the significance behind an old pair of scissors.