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2011 Best Furniture, Formal

Webster & Company

Boston’s interior designers don’t want you to know about Webster & Company: It’s their secret trove of the classic American furnishings that picky New Englanders […] read more»
2011 Best Furniture, One-Stop Shopping

Boston Interiors

Brookline Village
The problem with mega-furniture stores is that everything tends to look the same. Boston Interiors, however, offers such a wide variety that you actually can […] read more»
2009 Best Furniture, One-Stop

Circle Furniture

Despite the relentless country-cute styling of the showroom floor, for every table, bed, and chair on display there are at least 20 customizable options, making […] read more»
2009 Best Furniture, Specialty

Machine Age

In the urban tundra between the Seaport District and South Boston sits an inconspicuous-looking 9,000-square-foot warehouse. Within it you’ll find a candyland for modern-design addicts, […] read more»
2008 Best Furniture, Modern


At some point, modern Europhiles have to make a choice: either move to Milan or buy furniture from Montage. Showcasing factory-direct B&B Italia and Moroso […] read more»
2008 Best Furniture, Vintage

Machine Age

If tripping over midcentury treasures is your idea of a good time, then you’ll party like it’s 1959 in this 9,000-square-foot showroom where Charles and […] read more»
2008 Best Furniture, Traditional

Furniture by Dovetail

Newton Lower Falls
In the traditional-furniture smackdown, the allure of an artisan hunched over his work right here in Massachusetts always wins out. So in Dovetail, a 20-year-old […] read more»
2007 Best Furniture, Modern


Chris Bates and Liz Cingari, the duo behind Montage, recently executed a flawless makeover of their bright, sleek Arlington Street showroom, and with it, unveiled […] read more»
2007 Best Furniture, Traditional

Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers

Your rich aunt left her classic dining room set to your bratty sister? Who cares?! You can build your own inheritance-worthy collection at Thos. Moser, […] read more»
2007 Best Furniture, Custom


Four generations into making furniture, the Shapiro family discovered they could not only craft a gorgeous sofa, loveseat, chair, or bed to match a customer’s […] read more»
2007 Best Furniture, Children's

Bambini Design

Just because you’re bringing home a bambino doesn’t mean you have to turn the place into a romper room. This modern furniture store offers colorful […] read more»
2007 Best Furniture, Eclectic


You might say Hudson has New England roots and California tips. That’s the product of the decor vision of owner-designer Jill Goldberg, whose store is […] read more»
2006 Best Furniture, Antique

Gallagher-Christopher Antiques

Even minimalists find joy in this boutique that flouts the typical dusty, cluttered antique shop. Gallagher-Christopher’s selection includes 19th-century English dressers, early-20th-century lighting, and art […] read more»
2006 Best Furniture, Custom

Frank Roop

If, like us, you’ve made the rounds of showrooms and emerged empty-handed, stop next at Frank Roop. The interior designer creates pieces with your tastes […] read more»