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Island Electric

Tamara Weiss brings a whimsical sensibility to a new Midnight Farm location on Martha’s Vineyard.

An island fixture for 18 years, longstanding Martha’s Vineyard home goods shop Midnight Farm has moved across the street from its original Vineyard Haven location to 44 Main Street. Read more…

Chatham Charmer

Tim Smith, owner of Minglewood Homes, puts a fresh face on a timeworn 1930s Cape cottage.

Sitting vacant for years, a 1930s Chatham cottage was in dire need of some tender loving care. Read more…

Island Modern

Interior designer Liz Stiving-Nichols turns traditional into contemporary by bringing the outside in.

When a young family stumbled upon a Martha’s Vineyard home for sale surrounded by open fields and grazing horses, they knew they had found their dream summer spot. Read more…

Cottage Charm

A small 1950s Martha’s Vineyard camp is recreated with a cottage-style seaside vernacular in mind.

Off Martha’s Vineyard’s beaten path, an understated 1950s camp cottage sat quietly in disrepair on Lake Tashmoo waiting for a buyer. Read more…

Grandeur Restored

With the second renovation of a Shingle-style house on the water in Sagamore, a couple finally find their dream home.

When a young couple was looking for a summer home 16 years ago, they stumbled upon the find of a lifetime. Read more…

A Timeless Retreat

Architect Bruce Miller restores an authentic Cape cabin in the woods of Wellfleet.

It’s not every day you come across a property that evokes a sense of charm and nostalgia for old Cape Cod. Read more…

Language of the Past

Hutker Architects learns the vocabulary of an antique Colonial for a harmonious new addition to a historical structure.

A wonderful piece of history sits serenely on Lower Mill Pond in Brewster’s historical Factory Village. The Nathaniel Winslow House—also known by locals as the High Brewster Inn—was built in 1738 near the gristmill and famous herring run. A true Colonial design, the structure has a center chimney and center hall flanked by two parlors (now both bedrooms) each with original pine-paneled walls and fireplaces; the original keeping room (now a living/music room) is located along the length of the original house. This room also has period paneling and a great hearth used for cooking in the 18th century. Read more…

Chilmark Contemporary

After 30 years of visiting Martha’s Vineyard, a couple that owned a second home in Chilmark decided it was time to expand. The modest, semi-prefab house had striking views of the ocean, but was in serious need of updates. It had become cramped for the couple’s growing family that now included grandchildren. Read more…

Heirloom Farmhouse

Hutker Architects designs a modern island farmhouse in Edgartown for a family of five which incorporates rustic touches.

Just a short drive down a winding lane outside of the bustle of Edgartown, and you feel as if you’ve arrived in a magical spot. Set at the edge of a billowing meadow and birch tree woodland, a charming new farmhouse complex designed by Hutker Architects is the perfect getaway place for a couple and their three grown daughters. Read more…

Provincetown in Style

When a New York couple purchased their town house in Provincetown’s coveted West End, it had little personality, let alone style. The partners are in the design industry, one an executive at a leather company, the other an executive at a jewelry company. “They have refined tastes and didn’t want the typical seaside décor,” says Herbert Acevedo, interior designer and owner of Shor Home Furnishings, who was called to design the perfect getaway house for the duo. Read more…

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