Lindsay Tucker

Lindsay is a frequent Boston contributor and the managing editor of Boston Home. Her work has also appeared in the Boston Globe, Yankee, and Newsweek.

Home & Property

Shades of Chic

Nicole Hogarty transforms an outdated Back Bay penthouse into an elegant urban oasis.

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Q&A: Artistic Alliances

Maria Taft and Abigail Goodman reveal their secrets of art curation.

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New England Made: Steele the Show

Durable and stylish canvas home goods are handcrafted in Chelsea.

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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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Family Ties

Three generations craft quality outerwear in an East Boston factory.

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Culture Clubber

Julie Burros takes the reins as Boston’s first chief of arts and culture in more than 20 years.

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Where to Go and What to Read for Your Spring Design Fix

Exhibits, books, film, and more.

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Weekender: Buenos Aires

Get ready for a sizzling South American getaway.


Neighborhood Watch: Beacon Hill

Charles Street continues to draw some of the city’s best boutiques.


What a Jewel

Holly Golightly’s favorite boutique touches down on Newbury Street.


Love Is in the Air

Up the romance factor on your wedding day with one of these delicate, flower-forward fragrances.

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Roll With It

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

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South End Sophisticate

Interior architect Elizabeth Lowrey has her hands in some of Boston’s biggest projects.


20 Reasons We Loved Boston in 2014

From Keytar Bear to the Copenhagen Wheel, 20 reasons we were proud to call ourselves Bostonians in 2014.


Cash and Carry

Chinese tourists in Boston are filling suitcases with luxe goods from local retailers—those who know how to tap into the market, that is.