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On the Market: An Enchanting Colonial in Old Town Marblehead

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Five Massachusetts Homes for Sale with Glorious Indoor Pools

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One Great Room: Capoferro Design Build

Today we take you to Ontario for a dose of modern.

Shopping at the MFA Store for Serving Dishes

The Museum of Fine Arts offers gorgeous ceramics by Maggie Weldon.

The North End’s Home Design Boutique: Acquire

What’s new in this beautiful and eclectic Boston decor store?

Inside the Mind of Frank Roop

What is one of Boston’s finest designers looking at right now?

A Valentine’s Day Plea

Architects are struggling. Should we send them a little love?

A First Look at Boston’s New BSA Headquarters

Is this bold, contemporary space going to shake things up? Let’s hope so.

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The 100 Best Buildings in Boston

The 100 Best Buildings in Boston

Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.

Fresh American Spaces Book Party

Thursday night was all about Annie Selke at Sel de la Terre.

La Tartine Gourmande

Introducing a delicious new cookbook by one of Boston’s most elegant foodies.

Remembering Eva Zeisel

As she turned 100, this revered designer found new life through her grandson.


One Great Room: Erlich Architects

California dreamin’ on a chilly February day.

Paper Towels Be Gone!

How to fight disposable goods in style.

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View the Current Issue of Boston Home

Shhhh....Stylists’ Secrets!

Amy Lipnis and Kristen Caissie of Moon Canyon Design share their inspirations.

One Great Room: Swedish Style

A little Scandinavian design to inspire, and we’re not talking Ikea!

Let’s Shop: Simplemente Blanco

SoWa designer Fernanda Bourlot has incomparable style.

Artists for Humanity at M2L

On Monday night, Boston’s next crop of artists came out to play.

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