Author: Julie Craven Wagner

Julie Craven Wagner has been a contributing writer to Cape Cod LIFE for a number of years and the editor of Cape Cod HOME since 2016. She also serves on the editorial board for Cape Cod ART. Growing up on the Outer Cape has given her a unique perspective of life on Cape Cod, from tip to bridge, and that is reflected in her appreciation and presentation of stories found within the pages of our publications. Julie lives in North Falmouth with her husband, Eric, and their yellow lab, Bode. When she finds free time, she enjoys her Cape Cod life sailing on Buzzards Bay, spending time on the beach in Wellfleet, or exploring Martha’s Vineyard.

Julie Wagner

Articles By Name:

L: Luxurious Loos

Casabella Interiors The definition of luxury is a personal one. And it goes without saying the elements that go into…

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N: Naturescape

Sorbello Landscaping, Inc. If you have been doing something for 34 years, hopefully it is something you are truly passionate…

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R: Repurposed

Furniture Re-Born It has happened to everyone; a family member down-sizes or bequeaths a piece of furniture that was a…

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U: Upholstery

Nautique Despite the notion that upholstery is something our grandmothers did with great zeal, today’s options in fabric covering are…

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Y: Yachtie Youths

Timmerwerk Whether in the memory of our mind’s eye, or literally in front of us, we’ve all seen it—a child…

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Tidings of Comfort & Joy

For many, the mere thought of the holidays conjures up quaint and sentimental images of Christmas celebrations through the ages.…

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It Really Does Take a Village

Members of the local building community come together for the fourth time to create a home in just one week.…

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Ships that Pass in the Night

“Ships that pass in the night, and speak each other in passing, Only a signal shown and a distant voice…

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You would not believe the renovation on this 150-year-old home!

A 150-year-old historic home has become a place to create memories for generations to come In 1873 Elias Burrows built a…

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