Friday Favorites 1/3/2014

Kyle Hoepner, Editor-in-Chief

In honor of our first really heavy-duty winter day of 2014, a selection of my favorite photos, published in our various issues of New England Home over the past year, that feature a chilly palette. Which do you think best capture this frosty season in its most characteristic form?

Living room from the most recent Junior League of Boston Show House, designed by Paula and Kate McCusker. Photo by Michael J. Lee.

The imposing foyer—with icy Murano chandelier—of a suburban Boston house, by architect Jan Gleysteen and interior designer Kate Coughlin. Photo by Robert Benson. Click to see more.

The master bath from the same house. Imagine a long, hot soak inside this all-white space…

Designer Jean Verbridge’s scheme for this Beacon Hill dining room includes silver-leaf walls that provide a gleam like distant snowfields. Photo by Bruce Buck. Click to see more.

White on white on silvery gray: the dining room of a home in Greenwich, Connecticut. Architecture by Doug MacMillan; interior design by Michelle Morgan Harrison. Photo by John Gould Bessler. Click to see more.

This Cambridge, Massachusetts, kitchen by Hart Associates Architects shares a similar feel. Photo by Greg Premru. Click to see more.

A Boston bedroom by Kristine Mullaney, inspired by a trip to Paris. Photo by Ben Gebo.

Maine designer Tracy Davis’s quietly efficient Portland office. Photo by Trent Bell.

Water Lily (2011) by Martha’s Vineyard ceramic artist Jennifer McCurdy, might well stand in for an ice rose this time of year. Photo by Gary Mirando. Click to see more.

This kitchen by Marcus Gleysteen Architects and interior designer Liz Caan mixes in a few glacial blues. Photo by Eric Roth. Click to see more.

One more cool-hued bath, in Connecticut this time, courtesy of Hollester Interiors and architect Martina Burin. Photo by Nat Rea. Click to see more.

This frigid-looking installation by Rhode Island artist Joan Backes is actually clad in shreds of recycled office paper. Photo courtesy of Joan Backes. Click to see more.

Winter can also mean cozy, as evidenced by this Vermont ski house. Architecture and design by Marcus Gleysteen Architects; photo by Jim Westphalen. Click to see more.

But nobody can outdo the real thing—Mother Nature’s styling of this exterior from our upcoming Winter 2014 issue of New England Home Connecticut is proof of that! Architecture by Michael Greenberg; photo by Robert Benson.

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