Eric Roth

Twin Set

A pair of cottages on one Cape Cod lot share more than just their good looks. They also share a sense of welcome that guarantees happy memories.

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Butz+Klug Architecture house

Young at Heart

At first glance this picturesque Italianate-style house perched atop a knoll in Brookline, Massachusetts, would seem perfectly at home in…

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Patrick Ahearn great room

The Old House & The Sea

When Patrick Ahearn got a first look at his clients’ house, he encountered a soaring, moody great room that made…

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Traditional Urban Garden

American Classic

Gorgeous women choose clothes that highlight their attributes, not upstage them. Too many frills, too much finery could detract from…

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Zero Energy Design

Getting Warmer

A loft in the city can hold big dreams. It’s where we paint the outsize canvases of our lives. It’s…

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Leslie Fine living room

City Slick

Swapping their traditional family house in the suburbs for a chic, contemporary urban condominium gives a pair of empty nesters an easy new lease on life. 

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The Art of Compromise

He has one vision, she has another. Thanks to their designer’s fresh perspective, they both get the house of their dreams.

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Notes from the Field: Orphaned Photos

By Kyle Hoepner One of the hardest things about editing is, well, editing—that is, pruning, leaving things out. Many of…

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Liz Caan home

Contemporary Chic

Set amid beautiful trees with handfuls of rugged boulders about that buoy the quintessential New England feel, this Middlesex County home—a modern-day take on the iconic farmhouse—is as welcoming as a warm fire.

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John DaSilva dining room

Core Value

A couple and their creative architect save a tiny old Cape, which now forms the charming heart of a gracious Shingle-style home overlooking Nantucket Sound.

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Editor’s Miscellany: Tiny Treasures

By Kyle Hoepner The Rooms We Love department in our January–February 2013 issue (on newsstands now) shows some of the…

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Notes from the Field: The Best Rooms of 2012

By Karin Lidbeck Brent With every New England Home story, we highlight the work of the most talented architects, interior…

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C & J Katz studio fireplace

Always in Season

While most everyone else on the Cape is covering the wicker with sheets and lowering the blinds on yet another…

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True Colors

Opposites attract, which is why a visual artist and a businessman might find love, and why that same couple would…

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Editor’s Miscellany: New England in New York

By Kyle Hoepner Hopping the Acela to New York City recently for the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, I expected…

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