We love our older homes, but sometimes we need a contemporary touch. Here are three projects that show how beautifully traditional houses can accommodate a few bold, new moves.
In Wellesley, a home becomes a showcase for a designer’s most treasured pieces.
In a Beacon Hill townhouse, a third-story courtyard takes center stage.
Patrick Ahearn Architect designs a multi-use, work-hard-and-play-hard Carlisle homestead.
Two artists create exquisite handblown objets d’art in Waltham.
Inspired by spring fleurs, three local designers create mood boards for enchanting three-season rooms.
On her path to success and what it’s like to be the only woman in steel-toe boots.
ZeroEnergy Design creates an eco-friendly home that fits right into a traditional Wellesley neighborhood.
Newton-based Erin Gates is an all-design tour de force.
A closer look at Waypoint, chef Michael Scelfo’s newest venue.
Check out Potato Power by Caleb Charland.
Signs of spring are everywhere.
Jeremy Jih’s bold rooftop landscape combines ancient joinery with ultramodern fabrication methods.
Where to go and what to read for your spring design fix.
Finished with natural wood and gleaming metals, these covetable desktop accessories are warm additions to any home office.
When the heavens open up, so will these functional beauties.
Plan your trip for spring, when grand imperial parks burst into bloom.
The castle-like construction still stands strong.
Political activist Barbara Lee shares a vintage purse with an inspiring message.