Summer 2015 Issue

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Jamaica Plain No More

Equal parts old and new, a 19th-century Victorian came together quite simply.

Feature

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Greener Pastures

A family of expats leaves the rat race behind to buy a dairy farm.

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Where the Art Is

A couple moves their art, marriage, and memories from Brookline to the Back Bay.

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Fine Tuning

Five collectors tell the stories behind their most prized guitars.

Department

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New England Made: Steele the Show

Durable and stylish canvas home goods are handcrafted in Chelsea.

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Palettes: Game On

Three design teams create elegant inspiration boards for the perfect game room.

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Q&A: Rocking the Resto World

Tim and Nancy Cushman talk collaborations, karaoke, and the secrets behind a successful kitchen.

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Living Small: Into the Blue

Rachel Reider matches harbor views with seaside-inspired interiors.

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Obsessions: Sault of the Earth

Philip Saul finds inspiration in local art, regional style, and a well-groomed beard.

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The Science of Food

A closer look at Café ArtScience, where high-tech gadgetry and French cooking share the limelight.

Other

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Found Art: Inside Out

Sophia Ainslie remembers her mother in color-splashed paintings.

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Editors' Picks: Set Sail

Welcome summer into your home with these nautical-inspired accents.

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Spaces: Urban Oasis

Mette Aamodt and Jack Shea discuss a new Cambridge terrace.

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Happenings

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

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Accents: Surf's Up

You don’t have to hang 10 to do summer in style.

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A Perfect Ten: The Big Picture

No matter where you travel this season, you’ll want one of these sharp-looking shooters by your side.

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Weekender: San Francisco

The hub of technology and savvy design.

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Other Voices: To the Cape, with Love

An excerpt from Cape Cod, published in 1865, by Henry David Thoreau.

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Covet: Bright Idea

Architect Catherine Truman has her eye on a delicate, nature-inspired chandelier.