Family-Friendly And Functional

Located in a house in the coastal town of Darien, in a community often referred to as Connecticut’s “Gold Coast,” this kitchen offers a classic and timeless design. “The 1930s Cape Cod home belongs to a busy young family with school-age children, so we tried to create...

A Room Reborn

When two Toronto homeowners decided to downsize by moving into a 4,400-square-foot residence in west Toronto’s historic Kingsway neighborhood, they found themselves taking ownership of a home with stately Georgian architecture and great bones. Unfortunately, the...

Where New Meets Old

When Laura Casey was contacted by a client in the fall of 2009 to renovate a one-hundred-year-old bungalow in the historic Elizabeth neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, she thought she was in for a challenge. The homeowners were clear in what they wanted: lots...

California, Uncorked

“This is the original wine country,” remarked Dave Moulton as he gazed over his vines that seemingly race down the Santa Cruz Mountainside to meet the white caps on Monterey Bay. He should know. He’s the “principal” and winemaker for the Burrell School Vineyards &...