Drumroll, please! Here is the best of the best, the most discerning architects, builders, designers, craftspeople, and retailers around the city and beyond.
The inventor of the soda fountain, A.D. Puffer, used to live here.
Creative director Kristine Irving helps a couple create a timeless, well-edited waterfront home.
The social focal point of an antique shingle-style home gets a gut renovation, courtesy of Rhode Island’s Digs Design.
Mona Ross Berman gives a sprawling, several-acre island abode the gut renovation it deserves.
The design firm installs a West Tisbury house where its property owner picked fruit as a child.
LDa Architecture & Interiors crafted a suburban house with a more contemporary sensibility for two young professionals.
The 100-year-old institution unveils a deeply considered refresh inspired by the island’s singular splendor.
The Rhode Island School of Design alum turns glass into functional art in a Blackstone River antique mill.
Designing diplomatic reception rooms, Hunt Slonem’s homes, and Yves Saint Laurent goes gold.
“I make pictures of things that make me gasp,” the New England artist says.
Transforming the common kitchen, celebrating a century of Avedon, and Nina Farmer’s enduring interiors.
A peek into Newport cottages, Hopper heads to Cape Ann, and a guide to seaside soirees.
This renovated home stays true to its origins while accommodating its present-day inhabitants.
Rhode Island designer Blair Moore introduces a line of heirloom-quality pieces with a little East Coast grit.
Daher Interior Design complements a client’s art collection with furnishings that stand strong.
A theater actor and his partner get a showstopping space for entertaining.
For Coterie, the former Boston resident pays posh tribute to the Public Garden.