Summer 2017 Issue

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Heart and Sol

A family finds their happy place in the Berkshires.

Feature

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Joy in the Details

A deceptively simple Cape Cod home features an abundance of beautifully crafted moments.

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Life in the Round

How a second home on the Vineyard became a first for a Washington, DC, power couple.

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Cuba Libre by the Bay

An event planner throws a Duxbury bash that’s anything but ordinary.

Other

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Found Art: Forbidden Fruit

Stephanie Chubbuck is best known for her blown-glass fruit sculptures.

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Editors' Picks: Cosmic Chic

Add universal charm to your home with celestial-inspired pieces.

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Spaces: Mini Oasis

A tiny urban backyard gets a major upgrade.

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Happenings

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

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Clean Sweep

Breathe new life into your laundry nook with these upgraded essentials.

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A Perfect Ten: Glass Act

Give your tabletop some extra pop with these colorful beauties.

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Weekender: Copenhagen

Scandinavia’s greenest city is a culinary and design destination.

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Landmark: The Artist's Subject

Motif No. 1 is painted with a broad brush.

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Treasure: Lounging Around

Marc Hall, of Marc Hall Design, showcases a midcentury classic.

Department

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New England Made: Out to Sea

A family-owned Wareham company crafts heirloom sailboats.

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Palettes: Water's Edge

New England’s famous lakes set the tone for house-ready mood boards, created by local designers.

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Peter McMahon and the Save of the Century

Catching up with the founding director of the Cape Cod Modern House Trust.

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Living Modern: Above It All

A new home rests lightly on the land, thanks to its cleverly designed structure.

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Obsessions: Put It on the Table

Shop owner Linda de Valpine brings impeccable design to Newton.

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Go East

A closer look at Pabu, a new Japanese izakaya in Downtown Crossing.