This historic home returns to its classic roots with a fresh new look.
Author: Photographs by Keith Scott Morton
Austin Patterson Disston Architects gives a family their dream kitchen.
The owner of this coastal residence has dialogues with her rooms; the conversations directed her interior design.
“My goal was to marry some coastal calm with the craziness of having three kids under the age of three,” says the homeowner.
"Less color means a greater emphasis on texture. Plus, the quality of the furnishings and artwork stands out," says homeowner and project decorator Simon Kneen.
Husband-wife design team Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller were tasked with keeping as much of the twelve current structures intact as possible.
Phoebe Cole-Smith raises chickens, produces maple syrup and hosts farm-to-table dinners at her home in Weston.
For a family that entertains constantly, this transitional space is a perfect fit.
Interior designer Amy Aidinis Hirsch delivers a strong dose of pattern and plenty of color to keep things fun and fresh for a young family.
Farrow & Ball and DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS) have come together to engage the local design community across the country, while raising awareness about the fight against HIV/AIDS.
HB Home's Robin Liotta curates the perfect marriage of modernity and history.
The Builder Recognition honorees at the 2016 CTC&G IDAs were Shostak Construction, Prutting & Company, Custom Builders, LLC and East Cost Structures, LLC.
Winning architecture projects came from Browning Residential Design, Sellars Lathrop Architects, LLC and P H Architects, LLC.
Architect Cormac Byrne was tasked with making the house look like it was 100 years old while interior designer Eugenie Niven Goodman made things comfy, fresh and fun.
A 1970s Contemporary gets a total redo in the hands of designer Rina Pertusi.