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Restaurants are closed, quarters are close, and we’re home all the time. Real estate agents say some Bostonians are ready to pack up for the promise of personal space and their own backyard.
On the Market: A Cool Three-Story Condo in South Boston
It boasts direct elevator access and three private decks.
Five Two-Bedroom Apartments for $2,000 or Less per Month
Covetable units in Roxbury, Brighton, and Dorchester.
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.
Where to go and what to see for your spring design fix.
Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.
There’s more than just coffee in this Upper-Left gem.
Landmark: Plant Base
How Horticultural Hall became a gathering place for growers.
Found Art: The Butterfly Effect
Local artist Joanne Simon explores the intersection of climate change and immigration.
Editors’ Picks: In the Clear
Elegant and durable, acrylic furnishings take any space to new heights.
Reading List: By the Book
Iconic furniture design, dreamy home libraries, and luxe red-carpet fashion.
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.