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2011 Best Furniture, Formal

Webster & Company

Boston
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

Cambridge
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

Boston
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

Montage

Boston
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

Boston
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

Montage

Boston
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

Boston
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

Furnature

Watertown
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

Brookline
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

Hudson

Boston
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

Boston
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

Boston
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»