What’s hot in culinary design these days? Soapstone, butler’s pantries, and, of course, plenty of counter space. Explore five thoughtfully crafted kitchens that will no doubt inspire your own renovation…and get you cooking.
A young couple breathes new life into a Colonial Revival in Brookline.
In this Roslindale home, found treasures become high art.
For generations, North Adams-based Crane and Company has produced some of the world’s finest stationery.
Old meets new in a designer’s Cambridge digs.
Elisha Daniels shares fabulous finds from every corner of her glamorous South End abode.
A photographer’s world is filled with larger-than-life people…and one very big camera.
A Somerville duo turns science into stunning accessories.
A slick addition featuring Italian cabinetry works surprisingly well in this 19th-century Duxbury home.
Paul Ha puts a Technics-driven listening party at the top of his wish list.
In the modern kitchen, natural materials rule the roost.
Learn about gyotaku, the Japanese art of fish printing, and how one kayak fisherman is using gyotaku to create pretty fish prints.
Using a Steinway grand piano as inspiration, Jeff Klug of Butz + Klug Architecture reimagines a South End sitting room as an elegant, multifunctional space.
At J.P. boutique Room 68, local designers get center stage.
What’s for tea, dear? Oolong, rooibos, and Earl Grey in the most enchanting china patterns.
Unique grooming accessories add a touch of elegance to the vanity.
Handcrafted furnishings made in small workshops across the U.S. (some right here in Boston).