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The Wearing of the Green
Posted Apr 22 at 1:40 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
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Shornecliffe Residence, recipient of a Gold LEED-H accreditation, LDa Architecture & Interiors: Treffle LaFleche, AIA, LEED AP, T. Andrew Hinterman, AIA, LEED AP Homes, Julieta Cordeiro, LEED AP BD + C; Builder: Pioneer Construction; Landscape Architect: Sudbury Design Group; Green Consultants: Conservation Services Group; Photo by Greg Premru Photography Thanks to forward-thinking...
Back Bay Brownstone
Posted Apr 21 at 2:54 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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Catherine & McClure Interiors wanted to preserve the historic beauty of this Back Bay Brownstone, while also giving the space a much-needed update and refresh.  The lovely living room space feels open and sophisticated. The light mint hue on the wall carries throughout the space, and appears in varying shades on the drapes, furniture, and fireplace surround.   A beautiful abstract rose...
The Beauty of Landscape Lighting
Posted Apr 21 at 11:40 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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The experts at a Blade of Grass share their tips for making the most of landscape lighting. Landscape lighting, when done thoughtfully and creatively, can really transform your outdoor space, and lets you enjoy your garden for more hours in the day. Below, a beatiful patio gets new life in the evening hours—gorgeous LED lights enhance and accentuate the stone wall, stone fireplace, and even the...
1939 Brick Colonial Remodel by Thomas Buckborough & Associates
Posted Apr 16 at 11:53 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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Thomas Buckborough & Associates recently remodeled a large brick colonial, transforming it into a space filled with natural light, high ceilings, and beautiful details.  Below, the living room is open and airy, and large windows fill the space with sunlight. A light blue hue on the walls adds a calming touch, and makes this space inviting. Thoughtful arrangement of the furniture lets the...
The Do's and Don'ts of Landscape Lighting
Posted Apr 16 at 11:08 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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Wequassett Inn & Resort in Harwich, MA (above) The experts at Schumacher Companies have taken the complexity out of installing effective and beautiful landscape lighting on your property. Below, they elaborate on the do's and don'ts of landscape lighting, and how to choose the right lighting and location to make the most of your yard, gardens, and stone pathways or staircases.    Landscape...
Landscape Architecture by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design
Posted Apr 14 at 12:27 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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Landscape Architecture by Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design English gardens occupy a unique space in the world of landscape design—they’re both formal and informal, and evolved as a reaction to the highly symmetrical French gardens of the 17th century. English gardens are recognized by their sweeping views of rolling hills and distant forests, their beautiful water elements, curving paths and...
Charles River Wine Cellars introduces a contemporary wine storage system
Posted Apr 4 at 3:00 PM in Inspiring Projects by Jen Harvey
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A solution for a contemporary architectural wine storage system is here.   VINIUM Architectural Wine Storage is a unique option in wine storage. The design is unlike any traditional wine cellar. VINIUMhas a sleek contemporary way of storing and displaying wine in a residential or hospitality setting. The patent-pending design creates a sleek contemporary look with stone background designs, LED...
Posted Feb 11 at 2:14 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
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Beautiful slope-side residences are giving homeowners new reasons to make tracks to the mountain. Now that telecommuting is a work option for many, more people are getting to their getaways more often, for longer stints and in multiple seasons. While traditional, snow-blanketed Swiss-style chalets have more than their share of charm, two new design/build trends have emerged: one that modernizes—...
SLC Interiors Transforms Woods Hole Coastal Study
Posted Jan 15 at 1:16 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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SLC Interiors recently posted on their Facebook page about one of their favorite projects from the past year - a Woods Hole Study that they transformed using a beautiful shade of paint and some fun, carefully curated details.  Below, the before photo. The wall color is faded and outdated, and the room looks cluttered and disorganized.  The room's grey tones are overpowering, and the window...
Posted Oct 16 at 2:12 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
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Horner Millwork, known for their expertise in millwork, commercial products, as well as their custom capabilities, have recently completed an impressive project in the form of a custom staircase in a home on Cape Cod. The staircase ascends to all three levels of the home, and is in an unsupported elliptical style. Poplar stringers and risers combine with White Oak treads to create a clean,...

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