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John Kelsey and Sally Wilson: Powder Room Jewels

In our last post I talked briefly about the intrinsic relationship between the interior architecture of a home and it’s…

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John Kelsey: When is a Door Not a Door?

The answer to that childhood riddle is, “When it’s ajar.” Or just maybe, when it turns into a little jewel……

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The Design Bloggers Conference, Winter Woes, and a New Issue Hits the Newsstands

By Stacy Kunstel The New England Home editorial team just returned from the Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta, where it…

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Sally Wilson: Summer on a New England Porch

One of the most delightful things about living in New England is the glorious summers we have. When mid-May approaches…

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John Kelsey: The Unknown Source

Several weeks ago, Sally (my wife and partner in design) and I did a small vignette for the Wenham Museum’s…

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Sally Wilson: Live a Colorful Life!

I find that people love color. Most people are afraid of how to use it. They have their favorite colors,…

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John Kelsey: Confessions of a Lighting Junkie

Sally and I are thrilled to be guest bloggers and part of New England Home‘s blog experience. We drew straws…

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A Glamorous Carriage House on Boston’s North Shore

They weren’t really house-hunting. But when a retired couple from Boston’s North Shore took one look at this condominium in…

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Kelly Wright: Renovating With Resale In Mind

I’ve seen housing markets boom and bust through the years. One factor has always remained constant through these times—homeowners have…

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Friday Favorites 09/27/2013

Cheryl Katz, Contributing Editor I’m not sure what excites me more, the thrill of the hunt or the actual spoils….

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Friday Favorites 10/12/2012

Karin Lidbeck Brent, Contributing Editor Last June, I had the great adventure of styling a modern home featured in the…

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Trends and Trendmakers

RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE The nature of the product—buildings often take years to make, then stay around for decades or centuries of…

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Major Details

Only a master of understatement would use the term renovation to describe what went on within the thick brick walls…

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