Patrick Planeta creates an oasis in the Seaport for a pair of soon-to-be empty-nesters.
Near to One’s Art
A Connecticut couple relocates their family—and extensive contemporary art collection—to a bright and airy new build in Concord.
Kitchens Guide 2020
Read on for all of the inspiration you need to truly maximize this most important of spaces—and simplify your life in the process.
Return of the Century
Interior designer Nikki Dalrymple restores a 19th-century Somerville home to its former glory.
Jill Neubauer Architects designs a glassy abode that puts all eyes on the surrounding landscape.
A Newton family brings back the ultimate vacation souvenir—inspiration for their dream house.
Landmark: Dairy Queen
The inside scoop on Boston’s most incongruous architectural icon.
Heading Home: Opening Up
Interior designer Nina Farmer brings light and garden views to her Beacon Hill kitchen.
Turning the Page
Retired Poggenpohl designer Rosemary Porto shares a few of her favorite things.
Q&A: Brave New World
Architect Stephen Chung reflects on how the coronavirus pandemic is shaking up the industry.
Q&A: Changing Course
Architect Maryann Thompson is on a mission to save the planet, one project at a time.
New England Made: Breaking the Mold
Ceramicist Elizabeth Benotti shapes blocks of clay into textured homewares in her Maine-based studio.
Heading Home: Finding Balance
Designer Jeff Swanson blends modern sensibility with antique charm in a converted Beacon Hill schoolhouse.
Landmark: Plant Base
How Horticultural Hall became a gathering place for growers.
Heading Home: The Drama
Interior designer Lisa Miao remakes her family’s kitchen.
Q&A: Back to School
Boston Architectural College’s Mahesh Daas seeks to reshape design education in the city and beyond.
New England Made: Super Bowls
Peterman’s Boards and Bowls takes an eco-friendly approach to crafting kitchenware.
Ellisha Alexina blends ancient techniques with modern touches to create one-of-a-kind fabrics.
A peek at the recently announced winners of our first-ever Rising Star Awards.
Editors’ Picks: Perfect Blend
Bring harmony to any home with décor in complementary saffron and blue.
Editors’ Picks: Grain of Style
Crafted from hardy walnut, these gorgeous wooden wares have serious staying power—in more ways than one.
Editors’ Picks: Mangia!
Missing your favorite Italian restaurant? Armed with these pasta-making essentials, you’ll be whipping up delizioso meals for your crew in no time.
Perfect 10: Good Measure
Upgrade your baking game with these stylish measuring cups.
Palettes: Rooms to Roam
Using a mix of found objects and materials, local designers deftly curate and style unique mood boards for dreamy indoor spaces.
A longtime antiques collector invigorates a historical Back Bay condo with scavenged finds that feel anything but dated.
Spaces: Concrete Idea
Diane Burcz Interior Design brings sleek serenity to a downtown bath.
Editors’ Picks: Rainbow Style
Why choose one accent color when you can have them all?
Perfect 10: Hold Everything
Stash your stuff in one of these luxe carryalls.
Editors’ Picks: Natural Choice
Embrace eco-friendliness with furnishings in stylish cork.
Editors’ Picks: Garden Smart
These compact accessories help even the tiniest green space blossom.
Palettes: Terraces With a Twist
Drawing inspiration from the cool vibes of summer cocktails, three local design teams shake things up with fresh mood boards for the ultimate outdoor space.
Spaces: A Private Paradise
Zen Associates revamps an expansive terrace in the Back Bay.
Under the stewardship of a young family, a midcentury home evolves to suit current-day tastes.
Editors’ Picks: Brunch Time
Mimosas not included.
Perfect 10: Hanging Around
Flexing your spring-cleaning muscles? Let these sleek wall hooks help you get organized.
Editors’ Picks: The Wild Side
Let loose with accessories in bold animal prints.
Editors’ Picks: In the Clear
Elegant and durable, acrylic furnishings take any space to new heights.
Stay a While
Trendy hotel chain CitizenM lands in Boston.
Spaces: Screen Play
Embarc designs a monochromatic media room complete with texture-forward furnishings and a convenient wet bar.
Found Art: Fruits of His Labor
A local landscape painter brings fresh eyes to a fall tradition.
Found Art: Root and Branch
Artist Ryan Kelley calls on an unusual medium to craft his eye-catching sculptures.
Reading List: By the Book
Wearable art, inspiring photojournalism, and an ode to midcentury-modern design.
Where to go and what to see for your spring design fix.
There’s more than just coffee in this Upper-Left gem.
Found Art: The Butterfly Effect
Local artist Joanne Simon explores the intersection of climate change and immigration.
Iconic furniture design, dreamy home libraries, and luxe red-carpet fashion.