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Winter 2010

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Cape Cod HOME - Winter 2010

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Quahog. Just saying the word makes you smile. Of course, depending on whether you live in Rhode Island or Massachusetts, you might call this large hard-shell clam a “qua-haug” or a “qwo-hog.” The name actually… continue reading »

Coastal Santas

Inspired by textiles and vintage treasures, Kristen Bushman handcrafts her unique Santa dolls with the eye of a lifelong artist and the excitement of childhood memories. Bushman creates her one-of-a-kind dolls with Cape and Islands… continue reading »

Tradition with a Twist

The Captain Ezra Nye house has been much more than a lovely home in its more than 180 years on Main Street in Sandwich. It has served as a dentist office, a boarding house, a… continue reading »

Holly Haven

This well-known holiday symbol is actually one of the most diverse and intriguing members of the plant kingdom. Over the last 30 years, Cannon has managed to cultivate over 300 varieties of holly at his… continue reading »

Collected Christmas

The small and unassuming exterior might lead one to think that the Samuel Fessenden House is just another historical home. But once inside the circa 1840 house on Main Street in Sandwich, a treasure trove… continue reading »

Beach Baby Love

It’s not that interior designer Lindsey Miller has anything against traditional baby colors. It’s just that there are so many other gorgeous shades to dip into—rich reds, burnt umbers, deep browns—that bring interiors to a… continue reading »

Seaside Stylish

“In 2010, the kitchen is the heart of every home,” says Rebecca Brown, Design Manager for Classic Kitchens and Interiors of Hyannis, the kitchen design and installation company of choice for the highly regarded Cape… continue reading »

Garden Inspirations

When I was three, we moved to a French Norman-style brick house with leaded glass windows situated on a level bit of land halfway up a hill. The house was surrounded by mature trees and… continue reading »