Autumn 2021

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Spirits in the Material World

By Chris White / November 9, 2021

Architect Patrick Ahearn reimagines a family home that is now a grand cottage from another era. On October 2nd, 1981, the English pop/rock band The Police released its fourth album, “Ghost in the Machine;” in the opening track, leader singer/songwriter Sting muses, “Wh…

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A Warm Hug

By Julie Craven Wagner / November 9, 2021

Interior designer Anne Mahoney creates a safe and loving home for a client and his young family. Knowledge is power, and it can help you overcome any fear of the unexpected. When you learn, you gain more awareness through the process, and you know what…

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Big Changes on Little Harbor

By Larry Lindner / November 9, 2021

In a high-style redesign, a home finally takes advantage of its views. The stately home across from Cohasset’s Little Harbor had potential for tremendous views out to the water. But it wasn’t taking advantage of them. Sightlines in the house consigned its owners to …

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Dream Team

By Kathleen McKenna / November 9, 2021

The entire team at Lewis & Weldon spend their days transforming clients’ dreams into homes they love. There’s nothing that invigorates Chuck Hart and his teams at Lewis & Weldon more than homeowners whose finished projects make them over-the-top happy. “It’s …

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Checking Inn at the End of the World

By Rachel Walman / November 9, 2021

Tucked away in the gallery district on the eastern side of Provincetown, nestled between hedges and a white picket fence, sits the buttercream-colored Inn at Cook Street.  Originally built and inhabited by the prominent nineteenth century mariner family of Sylvanus and …

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Showing Your Style With Tile

By Cape Cod Life Publications / November 9, 2021

The enduring nature of tile, not to mention the untold scope of styles lends it to all aspects of a home. What makes one’s home their own? The particular selection of a color palette, the addition of quirky décor, or filling shelves and coffee tables…

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Special Spaces: A Cozy Mudroom

By Christina Galt / November 9, 2021

A mudroom is traditionally a home’s secondary entryway, a place you track in dirt, take off your shoes and unpack after a long day. However, this home’s mudroom demands the praise of a main entrance.  The inviting space was transformed by the eight-year-old studio-b…

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Shore Things: Michelle Itzkowitz

By Christina Galt / November 9, 2021

Owner of innerglow yoga and Cape Cod Yoga School, Michelle Itzkowitz has been practicing yoga and studying nutrition for over 30 years, “It really started after I became a vegetarian,” explains Itzkowitz. “I dove into educating myself in many areas in wellness, includi…

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Next Wave: Bianca Januario

By Brenna Collins / November 9, 2021

Bianca Januario’s life experiences have guided her from Brazil to Cape Cod. Originally from a fashion design background, Januario’s passion for all things design fuels her professional life. One year ago, she had the opportunity to begin in sales at Cape Cod Marble &…

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Focus On: Light & Living

By Christina Galt / November 9, 2021

Lighting is the jewelry to your space. When you walk into a kitchen what is the first thing that is at eye level? Lighting. “It’s the first thing you are going to notice,” explains Steve Rice, owner of Light & Living, a lighting and home…

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Spotlight: Vermont Pure, Cape Cod Quality Service

By Elizabeth Shaw / November 9, 2021

At JMJ Beverage, customer service is the family business. For over 20 years, JMJ Beverages has been providing Southeastern Massachusetts with fresh, clean drinking water. Vermont Pure water is bottled straight from the highest quality springs in New England and delivered rig…

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