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Hearts of the Home
By Jaci Conry & Marni Elyse Katz | October 1, 2018

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A cramped bathroom becomes a blissful, modern space.
Initially, this poorly functional master bathroom “was as void of storage as it was style,”...

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With Flying Colors
By Marni Elyse Katz | October 1, 2018

It all started with the turquoise armoire in the living room. The Weston homeowner, who used to work in the fashion industry, had purchased it years ago for her first apartment from a Cape Cod antique shop. “She loved it, so we...

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A Perfect Marriage
By Debra Spark | October 1, 2018

There was no question that Corey and Dina Saltin were going to ask interior designer Ana Donohue to renovate the interior of their Southborough home. Donohue had helped with their previous home, and they both found her a pleasure. This was...

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A Star is Born
By Marni Elyse Katz | October 1, 2018

Having last designed a place for himself in 2012, when he gutted a small condo in a 19th century Victorian town house, Josh Linder, a partner at South End-based studio Evolve Residential, was ready to take on something new and different. In fall...

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Dynamic Duo
By Jaci Conry | October 1, 2018

 

Lindsey Adelman opened her Brooklyn studio in 2006 with the launch of the Branching Bubble collection. Now iconic, the chandeliers feature handblown glass globes projecting from...

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Natural Selection
By Jaci Conry | October 1, 2018

While the homeowners had lived in this home—part of a gracious Beacon Hill brownstone—for a few years, they hadn’t spent much time focusing on the decor. Eventually, they decided that the dark, heavy vibe needed an overhaul...

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Dream World
By Stephanie Davis Smith | October 1, 2018

Light streaming through grooved slats of wood to resemble a forest’s canopy, copious greenery tucked into overhangs, mossy AstroTurf tiles intermixed with smooth alabaster flooring—in true California living style, the...

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Built to Last
Laura Eckstein Jones | October 1, 2018

 

Why was Knoll considered revolutionary when it launched in the late ’30s?
Hans and Florence Knoll and their many...

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Thai Surprises
By Drew Limsky | April 2, 2018

 

When Sutep Patsuteesutti of Studio Chemistri in Bangkok set to work on two family-owned Phuket resorts—the lavish Sino-Portuguese-style Sri Panwa...

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Island Time
By Stacey Marcus | April 2, 2018

"Nantucket! Take out your map and look at it. See what a real corner of the world it occupies!” proclaims Herman Melville in his legendary work, Moby-Dick. Although he never visited the island, Melville had a notion of...

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Pushing Boundaries
By Marni Elyse Katz | April 2, 2018

Walking into Michelle and David Freibaum’s Newton home, which they share with daughter Simone, 7, and son Bear, 4, is a bit like stumbling into Alice’s Wonderland. Bedecked with unexpected colors, dramatic...

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