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Colorful Seaside Residence
Posted Apr 28 at 4:08 PM in by Anonymous
Take a step inside this gorgeously colorful seaside home designed by Elizabeth Swartz Interiors. The homeowner wanted a space that was comfortable, inviting, and casual while also elegant and stylish. Below, the sunroom gets an infusion of color from the patterned ottomans and bold accent pillows.   The living room space features custom window treatments by Elizabeth Swartz, and is a space fit...
How to Downsize Successfully in Boston
Posted Apr 28 at 11:19 AM in by Sandy Giardi
(Boston High Rise. Built by The Holland Companies; Photography by Greg Premru)  More and more homeowners are trading in the suburbs for the city. Boston Design Guide explored this of-the-moment trend at a Boston Design Week event. Boston Design Guide’s open-panel event and reception last month at The Seaport’s District Hall proved a great success. Themed “Urban Renewal: The Trend Towards...
At-Home Getaway
Posted Aug 27 at 2:13 PM in by Sandy Giardi
Photography by Matthew Cunningham When the property next door to an idyllic, gambrel home became available in West Newton Hill, a young family of five had the unique opportunity to expand their outdoor living space and create a peerless compound where recreation and relaxation reign. This fortuitous development came on the heels of the completion of the magnificent main house designed by LDa...
The Making of a Man Cave
Posted Jan 26 at 3:38 PM in by Sandy Giardi
(Architecture by Catalano Architects; Built by E.W. Tarca Construction; Photography by Warren Patterson) February’s here and that means so is the Super Bowl and the Olympic Winter Games. And since we’re not headed to Sochi or even MetLife Stadium, for that matter, we’ve turned our attention to the next best seat in the house: the man cave.   Peter Fallon of Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations...
Posted Feb 9 at 8:48 AM in by seo
The 20 Year Plan If you think your new kitchen is turning out to be expensive – imagine the cost if you need to redo it in 10 years, or simply the cost of replacing, repairing and refinishing some of the elements on an ongoing basis that won’t stand up to heavy use. If you make good choices and have a tiny bit of luck you can have a virtually care free and cost free kitchen for at least the...