Danielle Ossher is a lifestyle editor and writer with a serious penchant for all things home. She loves few things more than a strong cup of tea…and scouting and sharing stylish spaces and must-have products. Whether she’s writing, watching hockey, or off exploring the streets of Boston with her husky, Viola, Danielle is most likely eating candy right now. Visit her website at danielleossher.com.
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Cynthia Kozdeba interprets Il Duomo, Alhambra Palace, and Trinity Church in ceramic tiles.
Transform an inset entry with the right colors and accessories.
Simple and festive handmade dishes make great gifts.
A South End entry that’s both large and inviting.
NATEMADE in Fort Point crafts must-have leather pieces.
How a Southie exterior embraces the season.
Cards by Curly Girl Design capture fun, frank sentiments.
Bright hues create a warm welcome in Dorchester.
They’re created in the North End.
Natural elements and ornate details create a welcoming entry.
Simka Sol founder Sara Charles perfects the art of thoughtful design.
A Nantucket-style exterior that’s right at home in the city.
Mole Hollow Candles have been a go-to for those in the know for decades.
Unexpected accents redefine this traditional exterior.
Jill Rosenwald crafts colorful ceramics from her South Boston studio.