Kathleen Hay

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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Editor’s Miscellany: Wonderful Woods

By Kyle Hoepner  On another day I might go on about the more flamboyant tropical woods used in twenty-first-century residential…

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Old Made New Again

In keeping with the centuries-old Nantucket custom of house-naming, the new owners of this Shingle-style home on the island’s north…

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Design in Depth: Color of the Season

By Stacy Kunstel Pumpkins are one of the reasons I love October. I dread the cooling temperatures and the unstoppable…

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Sneak Peek: Nautical and Nice

By Sorae Lee Robert Hay and Kathleen Hay’s top-to-bottom renovation of a small Nantucket house puts the bottom on the…

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