Winter 2021 Archives - Boston Magazine

Winter 2021 Issue

Home & Property

Best of Boston Home 2021

One silver lining of spending more time at home? Dozens of new renovation ideas. Start your next remodeling adventure with our 2021 guide to the region’s top designers, builders, makers, and shops, specially curated to help you transform the spaces that matter most.

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All in the Details

Dana Arazi Levine brings unity and art deco glamour to a Back Bay home.

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A Tale of Scales

Murdough Design builds a grand home with cabin-like comfort on New Hampshire’s Squam Lake.

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Woven Together

Jadine Greenaway and Sheila Galligan launch two textile-forward ventures.

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Heading Home: Happy Place

Interior designer Vani Sayeed reveals the revamped living room in her beloved Dutch Colonial.

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Q&A: Time for Change

Greg Minott, Dream Collaborative cofounder and president-elect of the Boston Society for Architecture, talks fostering diversity in local design.

Home Design

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Editors’ Picks: About Face

Featuring abstract forms and silhouettes, these head-turning pieces are all the rage this season.

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Editors’ Picks: Get Moving

Home-fitness gear has never looked better.

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Editors’ Picks: Coral Chic

Need to lighten the mood? Some rosy-hued wares should do the trick.

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Setting Boundaries

Designer Jill Najnigier transforms a Southie studio into a one-bedroom bachelor pad with contemporary flair.

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Spaces: Wonder Wall

Eleven Interiors brings a mix of materials—and a whole lot of character—to a Dedham living room.

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Palettes: Step Right in

From increasingly necessary sanitizing stations to handy places to stash coats, boots, and bags, mudrooms are having a serious moment right now. Here, local designers curate and style inspirational mood boards for this trendy space.

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Reading List: By the Book

A celebration of Black artists, award-winning architecture, and sustainable décor.