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Summer 2012 Issue

City Slick

Designer Lisa Kreiling melds wide-ranging taste and worldly possessions in her family’s newly renovated South End townhouse.


Eclectic Avenue

Who says the suburbs can’t be artsy? A Newton family injects their 19th-century house with a modern vibe.

The Rest is History

A Boston couple transforms a centuries-old Nantucket cottage into a serene family retreat.

Off the Walls

Why let fashion have all the fun? Sumptuous wallpaper patterns share the spotlight with bold summer looks.


Top Tart

Beatrice Peltre longs for these stylish seats.

Chain Gang

An Attleboro Falls company shows how chic and versatile metal can be — from jewelry to home decor and commercial textiles.

Al Fresco Made Easy

The catering and event-design experts of Chive share their tips for a stylish — and sustainable — outdoor soiree.

Urban Legend

Boston City Councilor Mike Ross finds inspiration in every corner of town.

Stay Tuned for Style

Even off camera, TV reporter Amanda Grace’s condo is picture perfect.


Different Strokes

When he’s not rowing on the Charles, William Reimann is crafting an array of elaborate art and sculpture.

Small But Bold

Interior designer Christine Tuttle shows two options for injecting style into a small space — one on a luxe budget, and one for much, much less.

Gold Struck

Local artisan and inventor Tony Davlin outfits his Cambridge bathroom in shimmering tiles and rare wood.

Shake It Up

These salt and pepper shakers give good reason to season.

Sister Act

What do you get when you combine two siblings, a common dream, and an old car showroom? Belmont’s newest design spot, Artefact.

All Lined Up

Earn your design stripes with these exuberant accessories.

Java Joy

Painter Susan Jane Belton has immortalized the coffee cup.