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Roomscapes Cabinetry & Design Center Coastal Kitchen Design
Posted Aug 21 at 3:01 PM in Inspiring Projects by Edie Ravenelle
Whether or not your home has actual ocean views, the right coastal kitchen design can feature all that you love about your favorite shore. Here's how five pros achieve that end for their clients.  Instantly Entertaining in Chatham Roomscapes Cabinetry and Design Center; photo by Derrick Zellman Roomscapes Cabinetry and Design Center Director Judy Whalen knew her clients were all about making the...
1 Slide Down by still-life Patti Zeigler featured at Renjeau Galleries
Posted Aug 16 at 4:52 PM in Events by Kendra Keelan
This Saturday, August 17, is Massachusetts Sales Tax Holiday. If you are in the market for artwork or custom framing this summer, check that box at Renjeau Galleries in Natick. As one of the premier art galleries in the Boston area, they offer a large selection of contemporary, abstract and traditional fine art by established and rising artists locally, across the United States, and abroad. This...
Founders Alex Slive and Doug Hanna of S+H Construction flank President and Owner Sarah Lawson
Posted Aug 15 at 10:17 PM in News by Sandy Giardi
Happy anniversary to S+H Construction! The premier Cambridge, Mass., residential renovation and custom home building company welcomed 250 guests from near and far to celebrate 40 years in business and honor founders Doug Hanna and Alex Slive. S+H President and Owner Sarah Lawson, who took over the mantle in 2016, credits the duo for the company’s greatness. It was Slive and Hanna that took S+H...
High-end landscape design and construction by Pellettieri Associates, Inc.
Posted Aug 14 at 9:14 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Meandering pebble drives. Jaw-dropping views. Mossy, stepping-stone paths. Granite hardscapes that take on the tones of the lake. Landscape design/build firm Pellettieri Associates, Inc. brings nature’s splendor to higher ground. President George Pellettieri, who has been in the business for 35 years, offers advice for homeowners in search of the terrain of their dreams.  George’s foremost tip? “...
Custom oil-rubbed elevator for a Cape Cod home by Above & Beyond Elevator, Inc.
Posted Aug 8 at 12:12 PM in Tips & Trends by Sandy Giardi
Going up? As more and more homeowners are looking to capitalize on the beautiful coastal expanses that stretch from their vacation properties—and satisfy current FEMA requirements—“upside down” homes are becoming the new norm on Cape Cod. “Upside-down” homes flip traditional layouts, and position the main living areas on the second and third stories, making elevators a new must in home...
Glamp created by Cape Cod architect Jill Neubauer
Posted Aug 7 at 7:01 PM in Tips & Trends by Sandy Giardi
Architect Jill Neubauer of Jill Neubauer Architects would do a “glamp” on every project if she could. She’d all but drop everything, she laughs, to draw these tented structures that are equal parts glamour and camp for a client. In fact, her firm can pull one off in about three months time, and has an enduring relationship with the Denver Tent Company, who will do any shape or size for her....
Inside a vexing renovation of a beloved Cape Cod home
Posted Aug 6 at 9:14 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
A soft blue waterline remains prominently featured in the dining room of a Gambrel home nestled within a historic, picturesque village in Falmouth, surrounded by the sea on three sides. Painted by young decorative arts painter Ralph Cahoon, who came to be a noted Cape Cod luminary, the rhythmic detail marks the level of saltwater that the Great Hurricane of 1938 sent coursing through the cottage...
Jeff Soderbergh Seasonal Gallery in Wellfleet
Posted Aug 1 at 5:17 PM in Events by Kendra Keelan
Sustainable artist and custom furniture maker Jeff Soderbergh reclaims Cape Cod as his summer home every year and sets up shop in his unique Wellfleet gallery. Nestled below one of the charming town’s original homestead barns, JS Gallery displays exquisitely crafted contemporary art, sculptures and furnishings, all made of highly sustainable and/or salvaged materials. The gallery, which features...
Closed cell spray foam application by Anderson Insulation
Posted Jul 30 at 1:01 PM in Tips & Trends by Kendra Keelan
Have you ever asked, What’s the difference between an LED, LCD or Plasma TV? The difference has to do with the light source behind the screen. Well, according to the pros at Anderson Insulation, an equivalent question in the insulation world is: What is the difference between open cell and closed cell spray foam? Sales Manager Patrick Ford of Anderson Insulation answered that million-dollar...
An Residential Makeover on Boston's Waterfront by Divine Design Center
Posted Jul 29 at 5:45 PM in Lifestyle by Sandy Giardi
For the renovation of key features of a townhouse on Boston’s Union Wharf, Divine Design Center made the most of every square inch. Divine Design Center, a design and build resource and showroom with a European flair, was tasked with creating a fireplace feature wall in the living room with plenty of storage and style and a modern kitchen that plays up the home’s harbor views. Owner and principal...

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