Inside the November-December 2014 Issue

Featured Homes

For a rural, eighteenth-century Vermont house, classic under-pinnings, a layer of sophistication, and a hint of whimsy add up to easygoing charm. While many designers wouldn...
A couple with a penchant for collecting decorate their Maine house with results that are unpredictable, idiosyncratic, and wonderfully personal. There have been no official...
When a squad of dedicated pros collaborate this closely, it’s no wonder the result is a home that fulfills its owners’ every desire. It’s not a word that Boston-based...
A suburban-Boston house that straddles town boundaries also strikes a perfect balance between traditional and contemporary. Back when they moved to the Boston area from the...

Designers’ Picks

Three New England designers share their favorite resources for a gentlemen's study. Susanne Lichten Csongor’s design projects run the gamut from a family compound on...

Great Outdoors

Pretty, aromatic, serene, and practically maintenance free. What’s not to love about this little gem in the heart of the city? City living conjures images of close-set...

Resource Discoveries

Consider the curve, the crevice, the cavity, the cable. Ruminate on the rocky, the rough, the rustic, the ever-so-slightly ruined. Seems there’s a sudden interest in objects...

Artists and Artisans

At his home in Maine, William Wegman shows why worldwide acclaim for his art goes far beyond his iconic Weimaraner photographs. Every artist needs a muse. Picasso was...

Industry Insider

Many of the inductees into our eighth annual New England Design Hall of Fame took a circuitous route to the design industry, first sampling fashion, medicine, social work,...