One for the Books
Natural light and a love of literature illuminate this renovation of an Arts and Crafts–style home in Concord.
Houses of the Future
From employing eco-friendly materials to considering energy efficiency at every turn, three local dwellings embody the best of sustainable design—and offer a promising example for the spaces of tomorrow.
An open floor plan and a pared-down palette lend airiness to a not-too-large new home on Rocky Neck.
East Boston Oysters’ Alexis Cervasio finds a way to keep the party going.
Heading Home: Shelter From the Storm
Architect Will Ruhl details his modern take on a porch space in his redesigned oceanside home.
New England Made: The Wood Life
Lowell native John Welch combines his passions for cooking and woodworking in his Mill City studio.
Editors’ Picks: Botanical Bliss
Invite the outdoors in this season with nature-inspired wares.
Perfect 10: Buzzworthy Brew
With these barista-approved tools in tow, homemade espresso drinks are just minutes away.
Palettes: Amazing Space
Tasked with dreaming up the ultimate home studio or hobby room, three local designers channel their ideas into one-of-a-kind mood boards.
Designer Atsu Gunther turns a Victorian in Cambridge into a contemporary home for a couple from France.
Spaces: Bohemian Rhapsody
DAG Design and Patina join forces to jazz up a Charlestown bedroom.
Reading List: By the Book
Visionary architecture, art-filled interiors, and a timely look at a landmark photo essay.
Found Art: Spheres of Influence
Artist Stephanie Christopher adopts an unusual technique.