Its very age—the house was built in 1776—gives this dwelling its provenance. Imagine the conversations that have taken place in these same rooms, in the glow of the same hearth, to the tune of the same
Gorgeous nineteenth-century houses line up elbow to elbow in this tony part of Boston. Trees grown thick in the waist dot small manicured lawns, and hydrangeas wave around stone foundations that have heard the
The green, rolling hills of Martha’s Vineyard are often overlooked, but they’re every bit as picturesque as the beaches for which they play a supporting role. Under an electric-blue sky or swathed in mist, the undulating landscape tugs at the heart.
Those who fall in love with Maine’s craggy beauty give over their hearts forever. Interior designer Leslie Rylee came to know the state’s southern coast (a draw for many notable
A grand building built of glass and granite and featuring a mix of luxe hotel suites and condos (not to mention a slew of upscale amenities and several acclaimed
Weston, Massachusetts, has more than its share of tony homes. This one, however, a cream-colored, stick-and-shingle abode on a tree-rimmed corner lot, attracts an extra measure of admiration.
Practice makes perfect. It may be something of a cliché, but it’s also a truism, at least for interior designer Leslie Rylee and designer/builder Dennis Fisher, who have contrived