It was time to move. After more than a decade in their funky ski house in Vermont’s Mad River Valley, the Swampscott, Massachusetts-based couple decided it was time to sell and build their very own dream
A half-dozen kitchens and baths where form and function happily cohabitate. History Lesson The 1920s house—a brick-front Georgian built for Babson College founder Roger Babson—had undergone any number of
Sometimes, a building has a way of returning to its natural center. Carriage houses, for example, have always been versatile structures, often serving the dual purpose of storing horse-drawn carriages and housing the staff needed to care for both
1. How has home technology changed from the days when it was mostly security related? We’ve come so far! Today’s home technology can integrate everything in a home from lighting to security to heating to
Karen Henderson’s artwork isn’t what it seems at first glance. From a distance, the canvases look as if they were layered with brushstrokes in muted, natural shades to create delicate landscapes: a fog-shrouded field or a forested
Have you bought your tickets for New England Home’s “5 Under 40” celebration on September 14? We’re counting down the days and are excited for you to get-to-know our 2017 honorees. Today we introduce Kristina Crestin.