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High end Cape Cod New England Architecture
Posted Feb 7 at 5:09 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
In business for more than 30 years, John Ingwersen and Peter Haig, principals of Architectural Design, Inc. know Cape Cod architecture, inside and out. They know that some fabulous mid-century modern homes are hidden among the trees in Wellfleet and Truro, and that Chatham, Orleans and Harwich tend to favor more traditional styles. They’ve watched as many Cape Cod homes have been transformed from...
High Fashion Looks for the Residential Home
Posted Feb 2 at 12:50 PM in Inspiring Projects, Tips & Trends by Sandy Giardi
Interior designers have long been influenced by what they see on the runways. It makes sense. After all, the fashion industry and the world of design share a similar vocabulary: a love of fabrics, form, the use of accessories and accents, and an attention to detail as well as great care for the overall aesthetic. It follows that many of the looks we see in the lines of top fashion designers—in...
Home Integration Trends LG TV display
Posted Jan 30 at 11:14 AM in Tips & Trends by Sandy Giardi
As far as we’re concerned, home integration professionals have one of the toughest (and most exciting!) jobs out there. These folks don’t rest for a nanosecond; they’re constantly researching, traveling to shows, symposiums and conventions and meeting with vendors to ensure that they’re ready with the technologies when we are. We have nothing but respect for these professionals who are always...
Cape Cod Beach vacation Home Brewster, MA
Posted Jan 27 at 1:54 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
A quintessential Cape Cod vacation home sparkles on the bay's edge.  "There is something meaningful about escaping to a place that feels a bit more understated, more natural, more cottage-like."   The family knew the spot. They knew its wild tangles of beach plum and the unique rhythm of the tides that would allow them to swim shoulder-deep in Cape Cod Bay in an instant, and walk the beach, toes...
High end flooring traditional Oriental Rugs
Posted Jan 27 at 1:16 PM in Shopping, Tips & Trends by carly stewart
Oriental Rugs are not just any eye-catching rug you snag from the sales rack. These centerpieces hold precise elegance with unique characteristics that immediately draw the eye in any room one is placed. There are a handful of reasons for owning one of these exclusive hand knotted treasures. We’ve heard from the experts at Gregorian Oriental Rugs, a family owned business that continues to follow...
Luxury Cape Cod Shingle Waterfront Home
Posted Jan 24 at 10:28 AM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Perched above the sandy banks of a salt pond in Chatham, and adjacent to a prized golf course, stands a luminous new Shingle Style home. Gracious but playful, it’s a friendly wave of a house, designed and built by Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders. A firm that is “very serious,” says design principal and architect John DaSilva, “about designing homes that do not take themselves too...
President of Clarke Distribution Sean Clarke
Posted Jan 23 at 2:37 PM in Events by Jen Harvey
President of Clarke Distribution Sean Clarke was awarded with an Innovative Showroom Award at the 2017 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. The award honors the best showrooms in the kitchen and bath industry. Clarke Distribution recently opened their third and newest Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom at 7 Tide in Boston’s Seaport District. The showroom focuses on making the experience educational for...
High End lakefront home New Hampshire
Posted Jan 20 at 11:42 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
There is something about water that soothes the mind, slows the heart rate, and brings a sense of ease. John Battle, Owner and Principal of Battle Associates Architects, has become an expert in channelling that sense of wellbeing into waterfront homes that radiate calm and invite relaxation. Many of these homes are centralized around magnificent boathouses that bridge the gap between land and...
Provincetown Cape Cod Custom Home
Posted Jan 16 at 1:48 PM in Inspiring Projects by carly stewart
What better place to enjoy your homemade meals than on the beach? This Provincetown kitchen goes through a dramatic improvement with views to die for. With a front-row seat to Cape Cod Bay, this space needed changes in order to open up the dead space throughout the room to expand the Cape Cod light. Deborah Paine, a Cape Cod design/build firm, literally brought the sunshine into the existing ...
Pantone Color of the Year Home Design Trends
Posted Jan 12 at 3:51 PM in Events, Tips & Trends by carly stewart
2017 is the year for new beginnings. PANTONE Color Institute symbolizes these changes in choosing the Color of the Year, Greenery. PANTONE Color of the Year is a symbolic color selection of what the experts see taking place in the global culture throughout the year that brings a specific expression of mood and an attitude. PANTONE Greenery is the neutral color of nature and is versatile in...

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