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Wood Expertise

Only certain types of wood make quality choices for windows and doors. Marvin has an in-house wood scientist, Ben Wallace, who is well-versed in…

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Adaptable Design

Often, the spaces and features of our homes are built with a single purpose in mind. Architect Scott Rappe, AIA, of Semple + Rappe…

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A Breath of Fresh Air

Even if we try to enjoy the fresh air as much as possible, most of our time is spent indoors. Depending on the air…

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Door to Door

French doors, sliding doors, bi-fold, multi-slide – the options can be overwhelming when choosing the right doors for your home.

Making Space For Living

Marvin explores the top five things people are making space for.

Which Window?

How do you want to live and feel in your home? These concepts are key factors for choosing the right windows and doors for your space. Dive into what to consider when selecting windows and doors for any upcoming home renovation or construction project.

Granite State Grandeur

SV Design reimagined a beloved family ski home to make room for plenty of fun and a mountain of memories.

Small But Mighty

Travis Pyke, the CEO, and Chief Design Officer of Wind River Tiny Homes, takes you inside the hand-crafted, small, and streamlined houses his company constructs.

Scene Setting

Let the sunshine in with Marvin’s Scenic Doors.

Escape to the Bath

The professionals at Kitchen & Bath Galleries can help you turn the most functional room in the home into a personal retreat.

Seaside Splendor

Sophisticated interiors and a quintessential design define a magnificent New Hampshire oceanside home.

Inside Out

By repositioning a mid-19th-century house on its lot and renovating the interior spaces, a spectacular modern home emerges.

Every Picture (Window) Tells A Story

Make sure your room with a view is taking full advantage of the vistas outside by choosing Marvin picture windows in your design.

Let the Light In

Sometimes you just want to curl up with a good book, or host a lunch for friends, or simply enjoy being at home.

Rustic Yet Refined

Warm woods, sleek black tones, and modern features harmonize in this transitionally styled Massachusetts home.

A Great Guide for Window Selection

Double hung, the U-Factor, tri-pane – there is some window terminology that can trip up even the savviest homeowner.

A Kitchen of Contrasts

The interplay of light and dark provides dynamic appeal in an architecturally designed Connecticut kitchen.

Farmhouse Flourish

Michelle Lee Designs’ flair for material and color choices makes the kitchen, pantry, and bathrooms in a Rhode Island modern farmhouse sing. By Janice…