Robert Kiener

Artist Eric Forstmann

What some see as rubbish, painter Eric Forstmann sees as inspiration.

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Shop Visit: Slate in Burlington, Vermont

A Vermont boutique launches an interior design business.

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A Restored Vermont Farmhouse

A caring renovation preserves a Vermont farmhouse’s comfortable look and feel.

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modern riverside home dining room

A Modern Riverside Home

Doron Sabag, founder and partner of SBP Homes, remembers how his clients envisioned their…

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Good Bones: A Martha’s Vineyard Getaway

A new island getaway conveys an easy, breezy attitude.

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Dream Weaver: Merida

Design sensation Sylvie Johnson works with Merida to bring rugmaking to a whole new level of excellence.

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A Historic South End Townhouse

Good news and bad news. That’s how a Boston couple described the result of their hunt for a townhouse in the city’s historic South End…

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Sculptor Richard Erdman: Cast in Stone

Sculptor Richard Erdman has had a passion for stone since boyhood, and there’s no sign he’ll tire of the medium any time soon.

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Five Questions: David Hance of Crosswater London

David Hance, founder of the bathroom fixture and supply firm Crosswater London, talks about the changing face of bathroom design.

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Magnificent Obsession: Lynne Kortenhaus

Printmaking, with its emphasis on technical expertise and opportunity for creative expression, is a never-ending source of pleasure for Lynne Kortenhaus.

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A Vermont Shingle Style Home Mixes Classic and Contemporary

Paul Robert Rousselle smiles when he recalls his client’s sizable wish list for the holiday home she was asking him…

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Artistry: Painter Eva Lundsager

Page through Eva Lundsager’s rich, varied, and colorful portfolio of her much-praised work over the last thirty years, and it’s…

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Tour a Light and Airy Cape Cod Coastal Home

When architect John MacDonald and his team began discussing how to replace their clients’ vintage 1970s waterfront property on Cape…

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Five Questions: Andrew Haines

1. You are the MFA’s first conservator of frames. What do you do? I am responsible for the “care and…

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Five Questions: Bill Bivona

(1) Staircase making is a rather specialized trade; how did you get into it? I always wanted to be a furniture maker, but I soon discovered that, to make a living, I had to subsidize my furniture making with other projects,

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