Home & Decor

A Closer Look: Architect David Andreozzi

Photography by Aaron Usher. Andreozzi and his team handled the renovation of  Boothden, the home highlighted in our Middletown, RI episode. Boothden was originally…

A Tale of Two Potters

Matt Varga, the executive chef at Gracie’s in Providence, was working with some lovely, handmade pieces of ceramic tableware he brought from the restaurant…

Natural Instincts

An artistic floral arrangement can have a truly transformative effect on an interior, and Susan Swanson, owner of The Green Door in East Greenwich,…

Raising the Bar

Exploring the creative potential of custom bars. Photography by Dan Cutrona A great deal of thought goes into the style of a home. From…

Family Priority

Frequently painted and even more often photographed, Wychmere Harbor presents a quintessential Cape Cod setting.

New Growth

Harbour Lighting Boutique’s Brindille table lamp by Hubbardton Forge evokes stark natural forms with its subtle yet visually arresting design. Crafted from aluminum and…

Take a Seat

They are iconic signs of summer. Seaport Shutter’s Adirondack chairs are handcrafted in the company’s Chatham woodshop from western red cedar. The gently sloping…

Home Away From Home

You can never have too much storage space, which is why both year-round and seasonal residents rely on Cape Cod Custom Car & Self…

High-Wattage Design

These days, with improved lighting technologies but also increasingly complicated buying options, achieving a successful home lighting scheme is no small feat, which is…

Party Time

When spring showers wash away winter’s remnants, southern New Englanders look for ways to step out into the sunlight in style.

All Decked Out

Nothing says summer like an alfresco deck party that’s as simple as it is beautiful, thanks to ready-made food and icy cocktails. Lee Repetto’s…

Live It Up

Today’s living room delivers just what it promises. From TV watching and reading to just plain relaxing, the activities that go on here fall into the general category of “living”—nothing too structured or specific …