The house that Megan Meyers designed for her parents is a testament to the past and a showcase of imagination.
Jayme Kennerknecht helps one couple upgrade their 18th-century Marblehead home while honoring its historic character.
Each issue captures the best residential architecture, interiors, trends, décor products, and tastemakers North of Boston.
A vintage townhouse is reborn with a sophisticated color palette, transitional furniture, and cheerful art.
See how a renovated traditional house transformed to a modern and refreshed space.
A basement apartment completes a historic home redo while making its own stylish statement.
The Crockett residence is a prime example of how luxe living can harmonize with nature.
A mix of styles, eras, and hues creates a living room that’s luxe and comfortable.
Designer Lisa Duffy takes a blank canvas and creates a comfortable beach house.
This home takes its rightful place as a new-old gem on the Gloucester coast.
Carpenter & MacNeille uncover the New England spirit of a post-Victorian home.
The Lohnes residence on Bass Rocks is a textured mix of form, function, and feeling.
Designer Anita Clark lets the sand and sea become the stars of the show in this elegant Swampscott interior.
This new nontraditional farmhouse blends modern and Asian influences for a family on a working berry farm.
An interior designer and builder inspire each other when updating interior spaces.
An expat family finds a sense of permanence in a Newburyport home.
Thoughtful design and detailed craftsmanship elevate a dated cottage into an instant classic.