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Rachel Levitt

Inside the International Contemporary Furniture Fair

Graham Gund converted a 19th-century Beaux-Arts pumping station at the Chestnut Hill reservoir into 20 luxury residences as part of the ongoing Waterworks condominium development. Here’s how three owners made a design splash with their units.

Built for little ones, these furniture lines are all grown up.

Chipped paint, clogged gutters, damaged roof… Now that it’s warmer, everything is begging for repair! Home editor Rachel Levitt gives us our priority list..

This year’s hottest fabrics hook up with timeless furniture to really make a scene.

Tips to make your bare walls pop.

Designed by Office dA and completed in 2007, the Macallen is Boston’s first residential building expected to win a gold LEED rating (the Oscars of green construction). The South Boston high-rise has already proven that luxury living can be sustainable—just ask the people who live there.

The Accidental Environmentalist

Precious Little Obsessions

David Hacin’s loft building set the standard for South End living when it opened in 2000. Its unfinished units were offered to artists at discounted rates, and a vibrant community was born. We asked Hacin to help us choose three apartments that best illustrate the Laconia’s diverse design sensibilities.

Pop-off parts make a dreaded cleaning task a snap.

Architects bring a decidedly ’70s kitchen into the 21st century.

On our radar this season…Contemporary designers reference the past to create whimsical accessories; two books that challenge our notions of space and place; a funky antique chair; and a knife with a 10-speed grip.

Heidi Pribell’s fusion of bygone opulence and modern liberties yields refreshingly sensual designs.