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Michael Barnum reimagines a South End triplex, finding function along the way.
Stairs provide an exciting architectural opportunity in the hands of Aaron Weinert and Studio DRAW.
A living room built in 1870 transforms into an at-home art gallery fit for the entire family—almost.
Back Bay residence undergoes a top-to-bottom transformation with the help of savvy professionals.
Faraway lands and a love of color inspire this bold town house that perfectly suits its adventurous owners.
A design team proves that solid surfaces can add just as much warmth as soft furnishings.
Designer Duncan Hughes spins Parisian nostalgia into
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The lead owner of the Boston Celtics and his family live large on Beacon Hill.
A former carriage house is pulled into the twenty-first century for an active couple and their daughters.
There is plenty that’s old—but nothing old-fashioned—in this Beacon Hill townhouse.
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