We finish up 2013 with several HOME Winter stories where inspiration is combined with talent....
A woman in Osterville who transforms her small, antiquated kitchen into the ultimate gathering place for her grandchildren. A struggling young family whose new home is built in Orleans in just five days—for free—by more than 100 Habitat Cape Cod and Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod volunteers. A homeowner in Cummaquid who gets the chance of a lifetime to work side by side with a custom home builder to build the elegant house of her dreams.
We finish up 2013 with several HOME Winter stories where individual inspiration is combined with the talents of Cape Cod’s architects, builders, interior decorators, landscapers, and artisans creating homes and interiors with distinctive made-on-Cape-Cod appeal.
The Cape has always been a place where people come together to make life better, sharing skills, valuable experience, and an understanding of and appreciation for the beauty—and the fragility—of our coastal environment.
In this issue we also profile several Cape and Islands residents who are adding a special sparkle to the holiday season this year, from the owners of Cape tea shops where you can enjoy tea and homemade delicacies on cold winter days, to a talented scrimshaw artist on Nantucket creating beautiful ornaments celebrating ‘The 12 days of Christmas.’
‘There is something for every lover of Cape Cod and the Islands in this issue of Cape Cod HOME. We think it is a fitting tribute to our inspirational seaside region’s colorful diversity and deep coast-to-coast resources.
All of us at Cape Cod HOME wish you the merriest of holiday seasons!
Susan Dewey, Associate Publisher & Editor
- Posted in Susan Dewey's Blog