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Posted Nov 30 at 1:25 PM in News by Jaci Conry
JB Sash & Door showcases Marvin’s Signature Modern line If you believe that less is more, you’re probably a fan of modern architecture. The linear, clean and uncluttered look of modern design is all about celebrating the structure and materials versus covering them up with unnecessary and ornate design details. It’s about simplicity, lightness and openness, a restrained palette, and large...
front view of custom home
Posted Nov 23 at 9:32 PM in Inspiring Projects by Jaci Conry
Reimagining the Prairie Style, Part Four of the Video Series BDG has been following the evolution of this stunning Boston-area residence since inception. Designed by architecture firm Slocum Hall Design Group, built by Concept Building with interiors by Briar Design, the home is an elevated interpretation of Prairie-style architecture with modern amenities and a stunning landscape. Dubbed the ‘...
Posted Nov 23 at 9:28 PM in Tips & Trends by Jaci Conry
Designer Jaime Moore offers some tips for seasonal decorating.​ Many of us are feeling festive right about now, and soon holiday decorating will be in full swing. As you plan to deck the halls of your home, designer Jaime Moore of James Studio Interiors has some ideas to get you started. Go green Even if you choose to have an artificial tree, Moore encourages the incorporation of live greenery...
living room with fire burning in fireplace
Posted Nov 19 at 9:04 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jaci Conry
Longfellow Design Build transforms a family cottage into an ample and airy year-round residence integrated with the landscape. Parents of four active young boys, the owners needed a sizable new year-round residence that had a big yard with plenty of space to run around. Maximizing outdoor space and integrating it with the home was another key component of the project. To achieve their goals, the...
kitchen
Posted Nov 18 at 2:41 PM in Lifestyle by Jaci Conry
Architect Ken Hurd strives to design spaces that nourish the soul. “A home can be very different from a house,” says architect Ken Hurd. Houses can consist of a basic collection of rooms from which one seeks shelter from the weather, security for sleeping, heat, and the necessary cooking appliances and other utilitarian functions. Such houses aren’t always thoughtfully designed, or well-organized...
kitchen
Posted Nov 17 at 9:08 AM in Lifestyle by Jaci Conry
The key to a no-stress perfect turkey and a beautiful kitchen. This is the time of year when our oven choice becomes crucial. When you select a Wolf M Series Oven you not only elevate your kitchen design, but also ensure the perfect turkey every time. Cooking your turkey—and all holiday treats—in a Wolf M Series Oven, with its unique Gourmet Mode, will take all the guesswork out of cooking and...
window seat in family room with cathedral ceilings
Posted Nov 15 at 10:41 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jaci Conry
Frank Shirley Architects transforms a dreary Dutch Colonial into a detailed Tudor Revival. The homeowners of an outdated and worn-down 1928 Dutch Colonial needed a complete refurbishing. They turned to Frank Shirley Architects, a Cambridge-based firm—with a unique request: to turn an average home, deprived of architectural interest, into a Tudor Revival masterpiece. Every square inch of this...
kitchen
Posted Nov 15 at 10:00 AM in Inspiring Projects by Jaci Conry
George Davis, Inc. creates an award-winning kitchen with modern appeal The homeowners of this Cape Cod residence sought an updated kitchen that had a distinctive feel from the rest of the house. They tapped George Davis, Inc. to design and build out the new space. A challenge in the original kitchen was that although the door from the driveway entered through the kitchen, there wasn’t a mudroom...
Living room
Posted Nov 10 at 8:44 AM in News by Jaci Conry
The authentic, minimal nature of the wood is what makes Thos. Moser’s handmade furniture so alluring. For nearly 50 years, Thos. Moser been driven by its mission to create furniture out of solid wood that is simple in form and driven by function where each piece is an embodiment of its intended use—nothing more, nothing less. Each solid wood design is made from sustainably harvested North...
Posted Nov 9 at 12:17 PM in News by Jaci Conry
WKP Construction strives to get the job done right with precision, fine craftsmanship, and dedicated teamwork. “WKP Construction doesn’t just build homes, we solve for longevity. We build homes that are designed to be cherished and lived in, truly lived in, for generations to come.” says Wade K. Paquin, whose Newport, Rhode Island-based firm, WKP Construction recently marked its 20th year in...

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