Winter 2008 Archives - Boston Magazine

Winter 2008 Issue

A Lexington House Grows From a Tiny 1949 Bungalow Into a Richly Crafted Contemporary Masterpiece

A Lexington House Grows From a Tiny 1949 Bungalow Into a Richly Crafted Contemporary Masterpiece The story of Tucker Taft’s Lexington home begins not in […]

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Best of Boston Home 2008

Our top picks for architects, designers, furniture stores, kitchen suppliers, and more.

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Covet: A $38,500 first edition of To Kill a Mockingbird

Alexis Contant may spend her days amid the world’s most luxurious furniture and fabrics, but what the Boston Design Center VP covets most is a […]

Resources for eco-friendly living.

Resources for eco-friendly living.   Shop: GreenwardEarth-friendly meets fashion forward at Greenward, the new Porter Square boutique that’s conscious of the environment and aesthetics. “We […]

Manual coffee makers don’t just win on looks—they also yield superior joe.

Manual coffee makers don’t just win on looks—they also yield superior joe. My barista knows how I like my coffee, but I’ve never been able […]

To outfit her Weston home, a Newbury Street shop’s stylish owner indulged her passion for striking design and the power of handsome objects.

To outfit her Weston home, a Newbury Street shop’s stylish owner indulged her passion for striking design and the power of handsome objects. Dava Muramatsu, […]

Insider Tips on What Makes These Spaces Great

Insider Tips on What Makes These Spaces Great 1. WHAT’S IN STORAGE Many people forget that the wall next to the fridge is a great […]

A New England architect transforms an abandoned greenhouse complex into a bright, comfortable home.

A New England architect transforms an abandoned greenhouse complex into a bright, comfortable home. Newport-based architect James Estes and his wife, graphic designer Darcy Magratten, […]

David Hacin’s loft building set the standard for South End living when it opened in 2000. Its unfinished units were offered to artists at discounted rates, and a vibrant community was born. We asked Hacin to help us choose three apartments that best illustrate the Laconia’s diverse design sensibilities.

David Hacin’s loft building set the standard for South End living when it opened in 2000. Its unfinished units were offered to artists at discounted […]

A sleek backyard addition pushes a traditional Jamaica Plain home forward.

A sleek backyard addition pushes a traditional Jamaica Plain home forward. Like many older homes, this 1926 Dutch colonial in Jamaica Plain lacked a true […]