Art of the Matter
Three local art aficionados offer a rare peek into their private collections, revealing why they buy, how they choose, and which pieces they’re currently obsessed with.
A Home Well Lived
In Wellesley, a not-so-typical Colonial embraces California comfort.
A hillside Newton home marries contemporary taste with New England tradition.
Obsessions: Cultivating Change
Trailblazer and Emerald City Plant Shop owner Quontay Turner is using her Norwood boutique to pave the way for underrepresented entrepreneurs.
Department: Going With the Grain
Boston’s Cannon Hill Woodworking constructs striking, fully bespoke dining tables and more.
Heading Home: Reaching New Heights
Interior designer Peter Zucco dreams up a sleek kitchen for his industrial Chelsea loft.
Reading List: By the Book
The art of collecting, Olmsted’s American landscape, and cozy homes with countryside charm.
Destination: Washington, DC
Dazzling cherry blossoms, world-class dining, and a trove of cultural gems make for an ideal spring getaway to the country’s capital.
Found Art: Trash to Treasure
Artist Liliana Marquez turns leftover architecture samples into geometric works of art.
Editors’ Picks: Verdant Visions
With hints of green sprouting up all over, designers’ new hue of choice is set to bloom on everything from furniture to wallcoverings to lighting this spring.
Perfect 10: Heaven Scent
Transform your abode into a calm, peaceful, and fragrant haven with these soothing aromatic oils and diffusers.
Palettes: Suite Dreams
Mom and Dad moving in? Take cues from these three mood boards, created by local designers, to inspire a space the whole family will love.
Spaces: Silver Linings
Designer Lisa Tharp creates a South End interior that’s as compelling as its impressive city views.
Renovation: True Colors
Jessica Stambaugh imbues a Monument Square townhouse with style that’s at once effervescent and refined.