Fall 2006 Archives - Boston Magazine

Fall 2006 Issue

Feature

Local service shops offers hard-to-fix repair solutions.

On the Mend

Shop Talk: Motley Home

Motley Home

Hunt for treasure at architectural salvage stores.

Nice Save

New area rugs come in bold, bright patterns and stylish textures.

Floor Show

The hottest color trend this fall gets a warm welcome at home.

Gold Rush

World travel is next on your to-do list, but you need some treasures for your humble abode now.

Shoptalk: Voila

Inspired by nature, this Vineyard home is gently modern.

Fallen Leaves

Lessons in Lace

Lessons in Lace

When Camilo Alvarez and his now-fiance, Alexandra Cherubini, opened Samson Projects in March 2004, their first show included 88 artists. “It was nuts,” says Alvarez. “There was work on the walls, the ceiling, the floor, the sprinklers, e

Samson Projects

From sweet to sassy, these teapots are sure to make you whistle.

Tea Party

A historic Lexington home offers guests grounds for return.

Outside Influence

Mini bulbs are proof that good things really do come in petite packages.

Small Wonders

Art can make a garden so much more than green.

Sculpted Beauty

Shopping: Neburyport Lighting Company

Shopping Newburyport

Architect William Ruhl defines the open terrain of a downtown loft.

Guiding Light

Get the 411 on these tech-savvy home telephones.

Phone Home

Fall is a season too late to spend a day at a charming seaside town—unless that town is Newburyport.

Shopping Newburyport

A Beacon Hill carriage house becomes a gracious family home.

Carriage Trade

Fall is a season too late to spend a day at a charming seaside town—unless that town is Newburyport.

Shopping Newburyport

Shoptalk: Hudson

Shop Talk: Hudson

Shopping Newburyport: Soak

Shopping Newburyport

Petite powder rooms can pack a strong style punch.

Say Pow

Your back yard can become an oasis, whatever your passion .

Field of Dreams

Got a small project or want to try out a new style? Here are four ways to get professional advice without a big commitment.

Design by the Hour

Low-impact building and remodeling comes of age.

The Green House

New trends in flooring will be underfoot for years to come.

Top Floors

Between your great ideas and your architect’s know-how is one key step: communication.

Design Dialogue

Love how they sound, hate how they look? Here’s how to decorate around your electronics.

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