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How does 115 acres complete with a golf course and views of the Green Mountains sound?
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.
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.
Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.
Spaces: Concrete Idea
Diane Burcz Interior Design brings sleek serenity to a downtown bath.
Contractors installed windows and a reflective terra cotta backsplash to brighten this Weston kitchen.
Room for All
There can never be too many cooks in this kitchen, owned by a couple of restaurateurs.
The design team used the lush landscape as inspiration for the space’s organic palette.
Cutting Edge Homes created a lived-in feel with a breakfast nook, butcher-block countertops, and a wet bar.
Return of the Century
Interior designer Nikki Dalrymple restores a 19th-century Somerville home to its former glory.
Patrick Planeta creates an oasis in the Seaport for a pair of soon-to-be empty-nesters.
On the Market: A Chic Condo in a Brick South Boston Townhome
The incredible carved wooden fireplace dates back to 1890.
On the Market: A Sparkling Charlestown Single-Family
This renovated, casual-chic home is just a few blocks from the Bunker Hill Monument.