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How To Host a Late Summer Soiree
Posted Sep 2 at 1:47 PM in News by Anonymous
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Bohemian-style dinner from eyeswoon.com Before we let the sweetness of summer fade to a memory, why not host a late summer soiree this Labor Day Weekend filled with homemade food, fresh flowers, and rustic accents? Keep it simple, and capture the magic of late summer with these outdoor dining accents and accessories.    Recreate the beautiful outdoor picnic-style dinner party above with oversized...
The Jasper Collection
Posted Sep 2 at 11:11 AM in News by Anonymous
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Wall of swatches from Michael Smith Inc Jasper Collection When BDG Editor Melanie Perillo told us she was seeing furniture and fabrics from Michael Smith’s Jasper Collection everywhere, we knew it was time to take a closer look at this respected and original design industry talent.   Michael Smith, of Michael S. Smith Inc is an interior designer who combines a reverence for the past with a keen ...
Sally Jane Jewelry
Posted Aug 27 at 9:51 AM in News by Anonymous
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Aunt and niece duo Sally Jane Algiere of Durham, CT and Sally Jane Waite of Newton, MA recently launched their beautiful jewelry line Sally Jane Jewelry.   With their custom creations comes their powerful message: just bee. The Sally Jane bee “looks upward to her highest self, where she remains present and effortless in life, maybe even prepared to accomplish the impossible, an attribute bees are...
Weekend Photo Roundup: August 21-23
Posted Aug 24 at 2:51 PM in News by Anonymous
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Meyer & Meyer shared this lovely photo of a kitchen renovation in Beacon Hill Check out what the Boston Design Guide Community was up to this weekend! To be featured, tag us in your posts or use #BostonDesign.      “This gorgeous property on the flat of Beacon Hill had an outdated modern kitchen that did not suit either the homeowners’ style or needs. Meyer & Meyer gutted the kitchen and...
12 Things To Do in Chatham
Posted Aug 13 at 12:39 PM in News by Anonymous
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1. The Chatham Fish Pier Market (45 Barcliff Ave) is small, casual, and located right on Aunt Lydia’s Cove. Enjoy fresh seafood and watch the boats come in—the Chatham seals can often be spotted following them right into the pier. Open daily from 10am-8pm. Photo from eatingplaces.com   Nestled midway between Buzzard’s Bay and Provincetown, Chatham provides an expanded version of the...
Weekend Photo Roundup: July 31-August 2
Posted Aug 4 at 11:38 AM in News by Anonymous
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Commonwealth Fireplace shared this stunning shot of an outdoor fireplace, complete with an awesome mountain view.  This weekend, July came to a close, but summer is still in full swing! With the heat and sunshine we've had the past few days, it's all about the great outdoors here in New England. Here are some of our favorite posts from the weekend. Remember to use #BostonDesign on your photos to...
MCLD Day: A Visit To Some Of Our Favorite Gardens
Posted Jul 23 at 4:32 PM in News by Anonymous
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By Matthew Cunningham It’s a rare moment these days when our whole office is able to be in the same place at the same time.  So, in an effort to connect, we closed shop this past Friday and spent the day together touring some of our favorite MCLD projects throughout the Boston Metro area. For some, it was their first visit in person to these gardens, and for others, it was a chance to share the...
#BostonDesign Weekly Roundup
Posted Jul 23 at 3:08 PM in News by Anonymous
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The #BostonDesign Weekly Roundup features our favorite Instagram photos of the week. To be featured, use #BostonDesign on your photos!   @studiohdesign "Now this is a recipe for a RAD project! Studio H is bringing California-Cool across the country. Stay tuned... #interiordesign #studiohdesign #boston #bostondesign #interiorarchitecture"  @the.nomadcollection "Here's to a week filled with...
In God’s Gardens
Posted Jul 9 at 10:35 AM in News by Jen Harvey
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  (Ode to the Master Gardeners of the World)   In God’s Gardens, the Master Gardeners of the world Have planted every horticultural variety within every horticultural species of every horticultural family Under the supervision of Mother Nature using her magnificent divine designs.   In God’s Gardens, the nightly nurturing thunderstorms diminish at daybreak The glorious morning sunrise illuminates...
Festive 4th of July Decorations
Posted Jul 1 at 12:23 PM in News by Melanie Perillo
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Clothespin Wreath This project is easy and so patriotic. Simply get a wire wreath, clothespins, paint, and glue and you're good to go. For more detailed instructions, check out missbutterbean.com.   When celebrating a major occasion, decorating properly is the key to success. This Independence Day focus on using our nations colors everywhere, keeping in mind that mixing your use of solids and...

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