Best of Boston Home 2015

Every year we see countless beautiful designs from hard-working, creative teams all over New England. Ahead, we share the smartest, chicest rooms of the bunch.


Beacon Hill Transformed

An architect-designer duo helps turn a dark and gloomy Beacon Hill home into a bright and airy European-style abode.

Seasonal Splendor

Chef Jeremy Sewall puts his new cookbook to practice at a soiree with good friends, good wine, and, of course, good food.


Roll With It

Baking is made beautiful at Vermont Rolling Pins’ South Burlington workshop.

South End Sophisticate

Interior architect Elizabeth Lowrey has her hands in some of Boston’s biggest projects. Here’s what she’s thinking about right now.

A Fashionable Life

Miyuki Tachibana, designer of luxury outerwear at Boston-based M. Miller, draws artistic inspiration from art, travel, and music.

Also In This Issue

Frozen Beauty

A Somerville artist has created and photographed ice plates embedded with frozen flowers.

Geometry Lesson

Ready to revamp your living room? It helps to play all the angles.

A Step Above

Designer Richard Hallberg speaks about the grand, modern staircase that became the focal point of this Back Bay home.

Soft Sell

Luxurious fur accents add warmth to your décor this winter.

Put a Fork in It

Dine with divine flatware this holiday season.

Weekender: Montreal

A French getaway on this continent? We’re already there.

A Millionaire's Dinner

An excerpt from the Satyricon, translated by Harry Thurston Peck in 1898 and first published in the late first century A.D.

Shades of Winter

Dreamed up by local design teams, these lush inspiration boards will cozy up any room.

In the Fast Lane

A professional collector gears up for a wild ride.