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Inspiring Projects

From Wild to Mild
Posted Mar 5 at 2:22 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
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(Roberto Cavalli Home) They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb—we pay tribute to the time-tested adage with looks for the home that run from the primal to the peaceful. Express your “animal” instincts, and make a bold statement with glam, printed patterns that bring the power and beauty of nature into your abode. Roberto Cavalli’s Home line, including the designer’s furnishings...
The Making of a Man Cave
Posted Jan 26 at 3:38 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
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(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 Jan 7 at 11:03 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jen Harvey
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In the historic neighborhood of Boston’s Beacon Hill, sits a newly renovated townhouse. This was the third time F.H. Perry Builder worked with this client on a home renovation; and although the client was absent for much of the process – they were in good hands. F.H. Perry Builder partnered with Wells & Fox Architectural Interiors for interior design, Nantucket Housefitters for cabinetry and...
Perfecting Your Man Cave
Posted Sep 27 at 11:12 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jen Harvey
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(Interior Design by Anthony Catalfano Interiors; Built by Woodmeister Master Builders; Home Integration by Maverick Integration; Photography by Richard Mandelkorn) Fall is the time to start perfecting your man cave. The cooler weather and football Sunday’s usually keep us indoors a lot more now. But in order to fully enjoy yourself and entertain your guests, perfecting the man cave is essential....
Posted Mar 21 at 5:43 AM in Inspiring Projects by seo
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Spring is officially here, and for many of us, our thoughts will likely turn toward the lawn and landscape and all of the work that must be done in order to keep it looking beautiful. But wouldn’t it be nice to have a space that requires little to no maintenance? Landscape Architects ZEN Associates recently blogged about one of their suburban lawn projects. Lincoln, Massachusetts, where this...

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