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a Blade of Grass
Posted Apr 20 at 3:40 PM in Inspiring Projects by Carly Stewart
(Courtyard with bluestone terrace, bluestone capped American granite sitting wall, fountain, and illuminated plexiglass panels.) Homeowners can still make the garden atmosphere a priority when living in the city. In fact, a Blade of Grass may be exactly what your space may need! A Blade of Grass completed a noteworthy project for a Boston Courtyard with the necessary touch of greenery. The...
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
Posted Apr 14 at 3:33 PM in Inspiring Projects by Carly Stewart
(Photo: Tyra Pacheco) Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders is transforming eight homes for contemporary living in the center of Chatham Village. Cross Street Landing is a residential neighborhood presented by Christie’s International Real Estate and Pine Acres Realty. The collection of homes, some recognized as historic structures, are located in the heart of Chatham Village. "After 15...
IL DECOR
Posted Apr 13 at 10:17 AM in Tips & Trends by Carly Stewart
Il Décor in Boston offers their customers a multitude of solutions, such as walk-in closets and built-in wardrobes by Presotto, that can be customized for any space. Walk-in Closets by Presotto - Varius Presotto’s Varius system is an easy to adjust walk-in closet. Its shelves lighten the structure by a twisting movement. You can compose it in a multitude of horizontal or vertical solutions...
How to choose a kitchen backsplash
Posted Apr 7 at 3:46 PM in Tips & Trends by Carly Stewart
(Rustic stone alcove: The backsplash incorporates several different patterns and sizes of honed stone tiles behind the cook top, consistent with the old-world feel of the kitchen. The inner tile arch is an intentional mirror of the outer stone arch, both reminiscent of a hearth.) The backsplash in your kitchen can be delivered as a strong focal point that can help define the entire room. There is...
Interior Design by Wilson Kelsey Design; Photography by Sam Gray
Posted Apr 6 at 4:54 PM in News by Carly Stewart
(Interior Design by Wilson Kelsey Design; Photography by Sam Gray) Imagine for a moment repotting your favorite plant, carefully selecting the right size and shape container, the proper soil, the right amount of sunshine and water in order to achieve healthy new growth. Similar consideration should be given to successfully plan and execute a move from the suburbs to the city. The following are...
Boston Design Guide City Living Panel Discussion
Posted Mar 18 at 2:32 PM in Events by Jen Harvey
Architectural millwork and construction by Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations; interior design: Sharon Staley Interiors; photo by Greg Premru
Posted Mar 17 at 2:49 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
(Architectural millwork and construction by Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations; interior design: Sharon Staley Interiors; photo by Greg Premru) “Millwork is an interesting category,” says Paul Reidt, president and partner at Kochman, Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers. “If you think about a home as a container and contents, you might say that the architecture is the container, and the furnishings and...
2016 Bulfinch Award Winners
Posted Mar 12 at 11:18 AM in Events by Anonymous
(Residential Restoration, Renovation, or Addition: "Morse Street Compound," Patrick Ahearn Architect LLC) The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is excited to annouce the winners of its sixth annual Bulfinch Awards. The Bulfinch Awards recognize the work of those in the design industry who contribute to the creation of classical and traditional architecture...
Clarke Unveils Stunning Kitchen in Connecticut
Posted Feb 24 at 11:25 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jen Harvey
Clarke has unveiled a stunning new kitchen for homeowners in South Norwalk, Connecticut. The kitchen boasts the latest designs and technology with an understated elegance.  With subtle luxurious finishes, the soft custom grey cabinets open up to fine walnut interiors with special lighting.  All of the drawers and the hidden pantry columns employ a special mechanism, which allows the homeowner to...
Cotuit Bay Residence by Nicholaeff Architecture + Design
Posted Jan 29 at 1:07 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Photos by Michael Lee Nicholaeff Architecture + Design created a beautiful waterfront home on the shores of Cotuit Bay. Their objective was to maximize the view and, as always, reflect the way their clients live. Nicholaeff Architecture + Design chose a pared down, Scandinavian-inspired aesthetic with lots of white and neutral shades, different varieties of wood throughout, and curved walls and...

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