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Inspiring Projects

1670 Antique Colonial Renovation
Posted Oct 27 at 11:46 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Wilson Kelsey Design were called on to revamp the interior of a beautiful and historic 1670 Antique Colonial on the North Shore.    The firm resolved interior architectural details as well as overall lighting design, and updated individual rooms in the home with new furniture, fabric, lighting, area rugs, flooring and drapery.  The dining room is outfitted with period details and rich textures...
The Ridge House
Posted Oct 15 at 3:49 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Atop an isolated hill in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA sits this gloriously unconventional modern home by MGA | Marcus Gleysteen Architects.    Spaces of this home extend out toward the cliff's edge, offering stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean below.  Two stories of glass and steel frame the view, and a trapezoidal canopy shades the patio from the sun.  A freestanding fireplace in the home's...
Seen & Inspired: 2015 PRISM Awards
Posted Oct 14 at 11:16 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Best Detached Home 5,000 to 8,000 Square Feet - Patrick Ahearn Architect - Gold Winner Builder: Peter Rosbeck, Rosbeck Builders Corp, Interior Designer: Lynn Morgan Design, Landscape Architect: Donorama's Nursery & Landscaping Services, Photographer: Greg PremruLast   Friday, the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston honored this year's winners at the 2015 PRISM Awards Gala....
A Place in the Sun
Posted Oct 8 at 1:26 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
It’s only 10 miles from Asbury Park, yet Spring Lake, New Jersey, is a far cry from the boardwalk town of pinball wizards, fortune-tellers and working-class heroes Bruce Springsteen immortalized. Akin to Newport, Spring Lake was a 19th century coastal resort “for the very wealthy in New York City and Philadelphia,” with stately Victorian homes neatly arranged along orthogonal streets, explains...
The Alfred Hutty Residence
Posted Oct 8 at 12:17 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Charleston, South Carolina brings to mind delicious food, southern charm, and historic homes. The latter being one of Morehouse MacDonald and Associates' specialties. Always wishing to work in this historic city, they were pleased when a former client asked them to restore a famous landmark there – the Alfred Hutty House.   The home was built in 1770 and the three bedroom, three and one-half bath...
Design Home 2015
Posted Oct 7 at 12:53 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Each year, Boston Magazine builds a Design Home in the Greater Boston area. This year's Design Home is located at Turner Hill, a luxury golf community in Ipswich, MA. The featured unit has an eclectic, sophisticated style, along with state-of-the-art appliances and gorgeous furnishings.    Lee Dellicker chose Windover Construction to lead the direction of The Residences at Turner Hill, including...
Light and Lively: Beach chic meets easy living at a Rhode Island summer home
Posted Sep 30 at 1:01 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
A Newport summer home, steps away from First Beach and the shops and restaurants in town, is everything a beach house should be: carefree, inviting and fun. A. Tesa Architecture has realized a Newport shingle cottage style home that’s as easygoing and spirited as bare feet and a sundress. It’s clean, crisp and refreshing, just right for a Providence family with two girls looking to make...
Penthouse Sophisticate
Posted Sep 28 at 12:52 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
This warm, traditional space by Adams + Beasley looks like the perfect spot to spend a fall afternoon. Here, we show you how to achieve a similar look in your home.    1. Preston 87" Tufted Upholstered Sofa in Vernon Smoke from Arhaus 2. Custom Upholstered Chair + Pillow by Artee Fabrics & Home 3. Formal Rug from Gregorian Rugs 4. Antique Table from Dillon & Company  5. 5-Pillar Iron...
Through the Looking Glass
Posted Sep 24 at 1:42 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Morehouse, MacDonald and Associates, Inc. In what is perhaps the most striking of all the seasons, these homes play up site and scenery.     Here in New England, we embrace the changing natural terrain of the four seasons and seek a strong connection to the outdoors, indoors. We demand much from our architects and builders of fine homes; they must be view finders, and plan for 0 and 95 degrees,...
Featured Project
Posted Sep 22 at 1:50 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
A lush and mature landscape shields this island home from coastal breezes and weather, while also framing it beautifully. Though the words “Island Retreat” might stir up images of a summer gone by, this stunning home by Bereznicki Architects is filled with rich colors and materials, making it perfect for the cooler months too.      Warm and eclectic decor greet you upon entering - an ornate...