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living room with blue bookshelves
Posted Feb 9 at 9:53 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jaci Conry
A suburban residence receives an interior overhaul worthy of its stately exterior. With its striking stone-clad exterior, this Westwood residence has a regal appearance that recalls the architecture of a French Chateau. When the homeowner recently purchased the home, which sits on over two acres of lush conservation land, however, the interior had none of the façade’s stately appeal. “Built in...
Bedroom overlooking the water
Posted Feb 8 at 10:39 AM in News by Marykate Forte
SBS OneSource provides unique products and quality customer service. SBS OneSource offers a wide range of building products including exclusive high-end window and door lines. Founded in 2001 by Chris Dias who was guided by the notion that every employee is an expert at what they do. Dias instills in his team the value of building client relationships regardless of how challenging or costly it...
Redesigned mudroom
Posted Jan 26 at 3:13 PM in Inspiring Projects by Marykate Forte
A mudroom on the South Shore embodies elegance and sophistication. With earthy tones and pops of natural color inspired by nature, it was important that the elements in this South Shore mudroom find a good balance of masculine and feminine design. Equally important, according to Jaime Moore, the founder and lead designer at James Studio Residential Interiors who was contracted by the homeowners...
Victoria + Albert freestanding tub
Posted Jan 22 at 2:18 PM in Shopping by Marykate Forte
Luxury bathing is a work of art. Crafted from volcanic limestone and resin, Victoria + Albert freestanding bathtubs are warm to the touch and magnificently comfortable. Personalize the exterior to complement bathroom décor, or let color take the reins and make a statement. Available in a range of designs varying from classic Victorian silhouettes to sleek modern styles, these bathtubs exude...
Master bedroom, McPhee Associates
Posted Jan 8 at 10:52 AM in Inspiring Projects by Marykate Forte
A luxurious new master suite overlooks an outdoor oasis. After living in his East Dennis home for 15 years, custom home builder and president of McPhee Associates of Cape Cod, Rob McPhee felt it was time to expand the footprint. McPhee wanted another bedroom and believed adding a first-floor master suite would allow he and his wife to stay in their home long after they become empty-nesters....
high end kitchen
Posted Jan 5 at 3:26 PM in News by Jaci Conry
East Longmeadow-based homebuilder, Laplante Construction, opens an outpost on Cape Cod. By blending building and design expertise with top-notch client service and project management, Laplante Construction has earned a reputation of being a leading luxury homebuilder in Western Massachusetts. The business was founded in 1964 by Ray Laplante. A self-proclaimed perfectionist, Ray built the business...
Indoor pool
Posted Dec 22 at 2:22 PM in Tips & Trends by Marykate Forte
Bonus spaces like these will make you glad to shelter-in-place. Hunkering down at home is the new normal. But it doesn’t have to mean sacrificing on authentic experiences. Increasingly, homes are equipped with bonus rooms that make staying in worthwhile. From meditation rooms to sports-themed recreation areas and even glitzy bowling alleys, we’ve rounded up some stellar extra spaces that are so...
Festive holiday cocktails on serving tray
Posted Dec 16 at 11:15 AM in Tips & Trends by Jaci Conry
Weston Table founder & CEO, Dianne O’Connor, who is also an entertainer extraordinaire, wife and mother of five shares her tips for holiday decorating. Use What You HaveEspecially in 2020, when it’s important to stay as close to home as possible, one of O’Connor’s favorite decorating go-to’s is to use what you already have. “Each holiday season, we look at the ornaments that we’ve collected...
Custom home along the water
Posted Dec 14 at 3:00 PM in Inspiring Projects by Admin
Architect D. Michael Collins creates a captivating seaside home in Chatham By Lori Ferguson The initial project meeting for Seapine began around a tray laden with sticks, seagrass, sand and stone. “The homeowners looked at me and said, ‘This is what we want for the palette of the house,’” recalls architect Mike Collins D. Michael Collins Architects, a boutique architecture firm based in Natick,...
Holiday place setting with greenery and roses
Posted Dec 11 at 3:40 PM in Tips & Trends by Jaci Conry
Interior designer and owner of luxury showroom M-Geough, Eric Haydel uses native New England elements to anchor his holiday décor.  There are countless benefits of living in New England during the holiday season. At the top of the list, according to designer Eric Haydel, is the opportunity to incorporate live, locally sourced greenery into festive arrangements. For much of his own seasonal décor...

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