Every year we consult with dozens of local experts, and then check out Boston ourselves to find the best people to make your dream home a reality. No matter how big your project, we’ve got the best choices for you. Check out the Best of Boston Home 2013 winners.
With the help of LDA Architecture & Interiors, two London transplants take a 1960s Weston home into the 21st century. Though traditional and fitting on the exterior, the light-filled, airy interior speaks to the more modern sensibility.
A couple transforms a 19th-century Beacon Hill townhouse into a contemporary masterpiece. Looking for a home as sophisticated as they are, the mathematical physicist couple realized that they would have to create their vision.
In the hush of the off-season, a midcentury modern Nathaniel Saltonstall home, updated by Hammer Architects, is the perfect backdrop for winter’s cozy cardigans and edgy accessories.
Thanks to creative thinking from Studio Luz, a Leather District loft gets flexible.
In Tina Burgos’s new Needham home, beloved pieces from her now-closed shop Stel’s get a second act.
A Martha’s Vineyard metalsmith crafts intricate weathervanes.
Chelsea Clock has been crafting exquisite timepieces in its Everett Avenue factory since the turn of the 20th century.
Gutsy philanthropist Corinne Grousbeck finds inspiration everywhere, from pop-culture icons to her Michigan roots.
A mind-bending art piece by John Chervinsky exploring the principles of “time, light, space, and gravity.”
In the absence of color, beautiful form takes center stage with these white wonders.
Andrew Spindler Antiques & Design offers an eclectic alternative to catalog shopping.
All’s well that ends well. These bookends are no exception.
When the weather outside is frightful, find solace in throws delightful.
Shrug off winter’s chill and plan your next great adventure with these unique accessories.
A long day of sifting and sautéing calls for a luxuriously cozy chair.
Designer Stephanie Rossi achieves a comfortably upscale look in a Back Bay sitting room.