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summer home architecture
Posted Aug 22 at 3:03 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Summer Homes & Style Killer Views Architectural Design heightened the summer beach experience for the owners of a Shingle Style Cape Cod home on Nantucket Sound, and its views were the driving force behind the renovation. The vacation getaway in Mashpee hugs the water’s edge and certainly has location on its side—you couldn’t build on that site today. “You’d probably have to build 50 feet...
luxury homes in Maine
Posted Aug 21 at 1:52 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Summer Homes & Style: The Maine Event Rob Bramhall Architects’ charming cottage on the coast of Maine is proof positive that kids shouldn’t have all the fun. Awash with sunlight and a summer breeze sensibility, the multilevel vacation home is the grown-up answer to that childhood tree house, and it’s perfect. Perched atop a steep slope, surrounded by trees and wildflowers, this cheerful...
high-end furniture in Boston
Posted Aug 21 at 12:13 PM in Events by Carly Stewart
The 2017 Fall Collection Preview at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Boston. On Thursday, August 17, the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Signature Store in Boston hosted an open house to showcase their fall collection, 'New Traditional.' The event included a special VIP afternoon for designers where they were treated with hors d'oeurves, signature traditional cocktails with a 'new' twist and a private...
Professional home architecture
Posted Aug 17 at 2:28 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Summer Homes & Style: Dedham Divots Golf? Check. Pool? Check. Fire pit? Check. Meyer & Meyer Architecture & Interiors proves you needn’t drive to a second home to experience the highlights of the season. For a client with a home nestled by the tenth hole of a lauded country and polo club, the team only had to look as far as the backyard to conjure a vacation-style atmosphere. Main...
summer homes in New Hampshire
Posted Aug 16 at 12:30 PM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
Summer Homes & Style: Seacoast Sophistication TMS Architects’ stone, cedar and stucco three-story home in Hampton, New Hampshire, captivated a buyer with its fine yet friendly bearing and oceanfront vistas. Naturally, when the new homeowners sought to make the three-story refuge their own, they also turned to the talents of TMS Architects to put their own stamp on the interiors of this...
home outdoor showers
Posted Aug 14 at 2:16 PM in Tips & Trends by Carly Stewart
Gone are the days of open-air showerheads mounted to the shingles. Outdoor shower designs have soared into spa territory, with refreshing new settings to rinse off that salt and sand. 1 Landscape Architecture by Sudbury Design Group; Photography by Jim Westphalen A traditional Cape Cod landscape features a unique spiral outdoor shower with an oceanfront backdrop in Chatham. 2 C.H. Newton Builders...
home integration professionals
Posted Aug 10 at 10:24 AM in Events, News by Carly Stewart
Congratulations to DC Home Systems and their hard work, professionalism and rigorous insistence on unparalleled performance. The team has been chosen as finalists in two categories of the CEDIA Home Integration Awards. CEDIA Home Integration Awards honor the best projects completed by home technology professionals. Home technology design, installation and integration excellence across the globe...
unbelievable homes in Cape Cod
Posted Aug 9 at 11:52 AM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Destination RecreationAs seen in BDG 15 During the summer months in Massachusetts there is no place more popular than Cape Cod and its beaches. The owners of this Sandwich home have the luxury of never having to leave their property and still enjoy all of the typical summertime activities the Cape has to offer. The house is fully equipped with all of the ideal amenities for entertainment and...
antique lighting inquiries
Posted Aug 8 at 10:16 AM in Tips & Trends by Carly Stewart
Q&A with Emilia Deimezis, Owner of Appleton Antique Lighting My client is remodeling and has original fixtures in the house. Should I reuse them? Absolutely! Obviously we are a little biased, but there are so many benefits. By restoring original fixtures you are honoring the architecture of the house, and also creating unique detail that you don’t get with mass-produced new pieces. There are...
Kitchens on Martha's Vineyard
Posted Aug 7 at 12:20 PM in Inspiring Projects by Carly Stewart
This kitchen has it all... With Paul Lazes of Rock Pond Kitchens in Martha's Vineyard. Plenty of counter and storage with room for multiple people to work and play. Even enough for a professional caterer! No man is an island and no kitchen should be without one. An informal dining area for casual dining. Soft seating for your guests or when you have some down time. French doors to the garden for...

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