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Kitchens these days have a lot on their plates. Long since freed from back-room obscurity, their sad history with linoleum a mere memory, they've...
Howard Mansfield, the New Hampshire–based writer who penned the forward to this new book from Princeton Architectural Press, calls the houses...
Bonny and Joe Bob Edwards found much to love in the traditional, colonial-style house they bought when they moved from Texas to Greenwich six years...
When architect Reese Owens asked the new owners of a poetically beautiful piece of land in western Connecticut what kind of a house they wanted to...
A century ago, at the height of the Victorian building boom, women in crinoline dresses bustled around rooms outfitted in dark wood paneling and...
A busy single dad’s trust in his design team leads to a stylish but kid-friendly new space that makes him and his young sons feel completely...
Using the right lighting goes a long way toward creating a welcoming space. Not only do table and floor lamps need to be properly placed and have...
I did not know Edward Barnes well, but our paths crossed on several occasions. Not long before he died, he and Mary Barnes came to Haystack to meet...

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