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Yvonne Blacker: I Can See Clearly Now…

Decreasing visual clutter can be the best way to lighten up your surroundings. Just as a freshly cleaned window will…

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Notes from the Field: A Rare Bird

By Cheryl Katz About twelve years ago while Jeffrey and I were working on our first book, Room Recipes, we…

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Friday Favorites 4/8/2011

Jared Ainscough, Assistant Art Director I’ve had an aversion to Sailor’s Valentines in the past–shell art in general, I suppose–but…

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Sneak Peek: As the Wheel Turns

By Jared Ainscough In our upcoming May/June 2011 issue of New England Home we feature a skilled ceramist living and…

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Design in Depth: In Bloom

By Stacy Kunstel With last week’s snow and my hopes for an early spring dashed, I thought I would assemble…

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Katie Rosenfeld: Spring Refresher Crash Course

Okay, it's officially time to take down any leftover holiday decor both inside and out. I must admit, much to…

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What, When, Where: Splendor in the Grass

By Kara Lashley Here in magazine-land, we’re always a season or two ahead of the real world. By early April,…

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Friday Favorites 4/1/2011

Erin Marvin, Managing Editor Animal prints are everywhere these days: side chairs upholstered in leopard . . . zebra print…

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Editor’s Miscellany: The Interior Life of Interiors

By Kyle Hoepner A highlight of my past week was seeing a show newly up at the Barbara Krakow Gallery…

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Designer Shapshot: From Snug to Stunning

By Paula M. Bodah Most of the time I see only the gorgeous result of a designer’s work, but when…

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Jared Ainscough: Rebuilding Jon Brooks

Most of the artists I’ve ever known or researched have a studio space that they set aside for work on…

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Notes from the Field: Gorgeous Groupings

By Karin Lidbeck Brent I am always fascinated by people’s collections and, even more, the way they display the things…

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Friday Favorites 3/25/2011

Stacy Kunstel, Homes Editor For years now I’ve watched the work of Boston artist Jill Rosenwald and have loved her…

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Sneak Peek: A Cut Above

By Sorae Lee In our upcoming spring issue of New England Home’s Connecticut, we feature woodcut printmaker Deborah Weiss. Weiss creates…

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Design in Depth: If These Walls Could Talk

By Stacy Kunstel A recent post on Fauxology rekindled my interest in decorated walls. This is not circa-1987 crackle finishes,…

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