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Reading List: By the Book
Flora-forward interiors, covetable Scandinavian design, and stunning libraries from around the globe.
The Lion City beckons with lush greenery, contemporary design, and award-winning cuisine.
Found Art: Branching Out
Artist Timothy Horn relies on bronze and glass to make his eye-catching sculptures.
Where to go and what to see for your winter design fix.
Editors’ Picks: Curve Appeal
Soft, rounded edges take shape in the season’s most inviting accent pieces.
Five Studio Apartments for $1,500 or Less per Month
Yes, they exist.
Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.
Inspiration for your home: stunning local kitchens, solutions to combat cabinet clutter, and more!er
Covet: Silver Lining
Stock your pantry shelves with Duparquet’s brand-new line of solid-silver sauté and fry pans.
On the Market: A $12 Million Mashpee Mansion
It’s a ’90s time capsule.
Steeped In Design
O’Neil Langan Architects designs a boutique for Tea Forté infused with subtle nods to the luxury tea brand’s trademark product.
Obsessions: Materials Matter
Designer Angela Liguori shares the story behind her specialty ribbon business, Studio Carta, and a few of the things she can’t live without.
Q&A: Break New Ground
Marcy Ostberg, the director of the city’s Housing Innovation Lab, shares some of the creative ways her team is tackling Boston’s housing shortage.
S+H Construction Owner Sarah Lawson talks about the business of building.
Presented by S+H Construction
Architect David Hacin welcomes vintage décor into his South End loft.
New England Made: Tight-Knit
Brunswick’s Maine Woolens keeps a family business—and a state tradition—alive.
Meet the People Who Won One of Boston’s Most Competitive Housing Lotteries
Remember the Beverly—the apartment complex billed last year as “workforce housing”? Here’s who’s lucky enough to live there.
A young family moves into a historical house and brightens the interior with modified architectural details, new custom furniture, and a crisp coat of white paint.