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Handcrafted furnishings made in small workshops across the U.S. (some right here in Boston).
Rachel Slade’s off-kilter take on hub dwellings.
Photos by Josh Kuchinsky Your mom may not have stored tins of Underwood Deviled Ham in the family bomb shelter, but many matriarchs did. In […]
Rachel Slade’s off-killer take on hub dwellings.
What’s Hot and Not in Boston Home Design
Five stories above Newbury Street, just out of earshot of the undergrads abusing their parents’ credit cards, sits this tricked-out condo.
Designer Lisa Kreiling melds wide-ranging taste and worldly possessions in her family’s newly renovated South End townhouse.
Who says the suburbs can’t be artsy? A Newton family injects their 19th-century house with a modern vibe.
A Boston couple transforms a centuries-old Nantucket cottage into a serene family retreat.
Why let fashion have all the fun? Sumptuous wallpaper patterns share the spotlight with bold summer looks.
An Attleboro Falls company shows how chic and versatile metal can be — from jewelry to home decor and commercial textiles.
Even off camera, TV reporter Amanda Grace’s condo is picture perfect.
When he’s not rowing on the Charles, William Reimann is crafting an array of elaborate art and sculpture.
Local artisan and inventor Tony Davlin outfits his Cambridge bathroom in shimmering tiles and rare wood.
These salt and pepper shakers give good reason to season.