Equal parts old and new, a 19th-century Victorian came together quite simply.
A family of expats leaves the rat race behind to buy a dairy farm.
A couple moves their art, marriage, and memories from Brookline to the Back Bay.
Five collectors tell the stories behind their most prized guitars.
Durable and stylish canvas home goods are handcrafted in Chelsea.
Three design teams create elegant inspiration boards for the perfect game room.
Tim and Nancy Cushman talk collaborations, karaoke, and the secrets behind a successful kitchen.
Rachel Reider matches harbor views with seaside-inspired interiors.
Philip Saul finds inspiration in local art, regional style, and a well-groomed beard.
A closer look at Café ArtScience, where high-tech gadgetry and French cooking share the limelight.
Sophia Ainslie remembers her mother in color-splashed paintings.
Welcome summer into your home with these nautical-inspired accents.
Mette Aamodt and Jack Shea discuss a new Cambridge terrace.
Where to go and what to read for your summer design fix.
You don’t have to hang 10 to do summer in style.
No matter where you travel this season, you’ll want one of these sharp-looking shooters by your side.
The hub of technology and savvy design.
An excerpt from Cape Cod, published in 1865, by Henry David Thoreau.
Architect Catherine Truman has her eye on a delicate, nature-inspired chandelier.