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Summer 2022 98 Style Scene A roundup of designrelated events on the Cape and Islands.

102 On the Market Exceptional properties for sale in our region.

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54 Here & There 43 Inspired Interiors A newly renovated cottage completes a charming Nantucket compound.

54 Special Spaces The rolling terrain of a coastal estate connects new and old buildings with activities the homeowners love.

66 Things We Love Stylish furnishings for the traditional, the contemporary, and the relaxed coastal abode.

76 Good Bones This Cape Cod beach house walks the plank between traditional and modern architecture.

84 Smith on Style Editor at Large Clinton Smith surveys a bounty of insightful and stylish new books.

92 Artistry Collins Heavener outfits Martha’s Vineyard homes with heirloomquality furniture.

76 In Every Issue 32 174 175 176

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Blues were the starting point for the cottage’s overall palette, but “yellow plays so nicely with blue,” notes designer Kendall Rabun, explaining the impetus behind this sunny guest room. The twin headboards are by Maine Woodworks, and the table is vintage.

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placement throughout the cottage, including above the mantel in the living room; “she captures the spirit of the home,” says Rabun, “a traditional sensibility presented in a modern, graphic way.” The quartet of birds is also by Maguire, and the swivel chair is from Century Furniture. The new blue mudroom—the handiwork of kitchen and cabinet designer David Devendorf—is a handsome spot to hang your (sun) hat.

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n addition to an interior that had a certain “snap,” as she calls it, Kathleen had another important request of designer Kendall Rabun as they renovated the Nantucket cottage Kathleen and her husband had just bought: she wanted a large dining room table. Really big, in fact. One that seats twenty-four. “Kendall kept saying to me, ‘Are you sure you want one that big?’ I said, yes!” remembers Kathleen.

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Just past the Dunes and Duchess table and wovenrush dining chairs by Redford House, architect Vallorie Oliver added a pair of double doors and new windows to facilitate indoor/outdoor entertaining.

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The table, an expandable custom beauty with capstan pedestals from Dunes and Duchess, was a symbolic first purchase. Nantucket is synonymous with family for the couple—and they wanted a table that could accommodate three generations for summer potlucks and grill nights. Kathleen’s Nantucket roots run deep. She fell in love with Siasconset back in the sixties as a teenager vacationing with her grandmother, and then it became a family affair. Today, she and her husband’s cottage abuts houses owned by her daughter and son; the three backyards connect, enabling the five young grandchildren to run free. In 2020, when the couple purchased that third piece of the family puzzle, Kathleen immediately turned to Rabun for a refresh. With the able assistance of architect Vallorie Oliver and builder TL Halford, Rabun first addressed a handful of larger projects: adding walls to

ABOVE: Rabun opted for a large-scale tile backsplash so it’s visible from across the open kitchen, dining room, and living room; the indoor/outdoor woven basket-weave-and-teak stools are from Made Goods. LEFT: The pretty powder room sports a star-patterned wallpaper by Molly Mahon for Schumacher, a nautical brass wall sconce, and a vintage shell mirror.

create a second office, taking a few rooms down to the studs to layer in lighting and adjust door placement, creating a new powder room/laundry room, and turning the existing laundry area into a welcoming bright-blue mudroom. With the structural changes complete, Rabun set out to transform a dated interior without making things look too new. “That squeaky brand-new vibe was not what we were going for,” says the designer. Rather, she sought to incorporate “lots of small-scale mixed patterns [note the tiled fireplace surround, the powder-room wallpaper, and the upholstered headboards and throw pillows] so it feels thoughtful and layered, along with vintage and

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one-of-a-kind pieces.” A favorite find that Kathleen scored is the early-twentiethcentury impressionist rendering of a nostalgic Nantucket scene that hangs in the primary bedroom. “She was texting me from the auction,” remembers Rabun happily. All these sweet touches that nod to a sense of place are, of course, balanced by a nothing-is-too-precious vibe. After all, it’s summer, and it’s time for the adults to open a bottle of rosé and the grandchildren to grab a seat at the (wipeable) kitchen island stools while they wait for the table to be set for another memorable gathering. EDITOR'S NOTE: For details, see Resources. CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: The primary bedroom, which opens to the wraparound deck, features a Galbraith & Paul fabric on the headboard and bed skirt. While renovating the guest bath, Rabun sought a spin on a porthole mirror; “the small red ceramic mirrors nailed it for me,” she says, “and Kathleen loves red, so it was a win-win.” In the blue guest room, “the mix of colors and patterns lends a ‘collected over time’ feel to the space,” says Rabun.

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Weaving History The rolling terrain of a coastal estate connects new and old buildings with activities the homeowners love. BY MEAGHAN O’NEILL

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he initial plan was straightforward: add a screened porch to the main house at an estate in Osterville so its owners could take better advantage of their seaside location in warmer months. But as one idea led to another, the family decided to undertake a design intervention that extended well beyond a veranda. Having acquired neighboring parcels over time, the family’s space had grown to nineteen acres. Historic remnants of an earlier estate dotted the property, which the owners, along with architects at Shope Reno Wharton and landscape

For a nineteen-acre property on Cape Cod, Shope Reno Wharton architects designed a pool and recreation area that functions as a central meeting hub for the homeowners’ family and their frequent guests. The 4,600-squarefoot pool house, one of many outbuildings on the grounds, was situated to align views with a salt marsh and the ocean beyond.

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ABOVE: The great room at the center of the pool house can be used for intimate gatherings or to host friends or business events. LEFT: To create flexible space, the structure’s large kitchen features two islands, both set on casters, which can be moved around to accommodate different activities, such as group cooking classes.

architects from Hawk Design, used to develop a master plan that included painstakingly renovating a dilapidated eighteenth-century captain’s house to serve as guest quarters and replicating an open-air tea house and several gardens. Now, these charming references to the past sit among several additional outbuildings, including another guesthouse, yoga and art studios, and tennis courts. The nucleus of the property, however, is the new 4,600-square-

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THE JAPANESE-STYLE ONSEN OFFERS A VERY “ZEN-LIKE, TRANQUIL ENVIRONMENT FOR REFLECTION.” —Architect Michael McClung

foot pool house. Situated at the highest elevation and aligned for stunning views of a salt marsh and the ocean, it’s the main activity hub and meeting spot for family and guests. “From a programming standpoint, it acts

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TOP TO BOTTOM: Landscape architect David Hawk thoughtfully designed the grounds as a sequence of spaces that encourages wandering and discovering various casual and formal groves, gardens, and lawns, such as this one by the pool. Other outbuildings include a tranquil yoga studio sited near a rehabilitated pond. A shingled pavilion with a fireplace sits between the Har-Tru and platform tennis courts.

or large events. On the building’s opposite end, separated from the kitchen by a great room, an onsen—modeled on a Japanese bathing spa—offers “a very Zen-like, tranquil environment for reflection,” says Michael McClung, principal in charge and lead designer at Shope Reno Wharton. Underneath the pool house, a wine cellar and pickleball court offer additional ways to unwind.

Great thought was taken to create an immersive landscape that weaves together the buildings and gardens, lawns, groves, and terraces that were restored, rebuilt, or newly designed. Consciously devoid of defined walkways and routes (including driveways, which are hidden along the property’s perimeter), the grounds transition between formal and casual settings

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ABOVE: The remnants of a brick tea house inspired the homeowners to weave historical elements of

with meandering paths that allow passers-through to wander and discover, stumbling upon a bed of flowers here or a sculpture garden there. “The landscape creates a sense of permanence, separation where needed, and a background for all the different kinds of spaces,” says landscape architect David Hawk. “It doesn’t give everything away.” In the end, the homeowners did get their screened porch—along with the property of their dreams. “It blossomed into so much more,” says McClung. “It’s a tapestry between buildings and landscapes.”

the property into the current design, including a reinvention of that structure—constructed out of granite instead of brick—and its formal gardens. BELOW: The space acts as a pretty pass-through, but it’s also used for entertaining. “The masonry on this project is truly phenomenal,” says architect Michael McClung.

EDITOR'S NOTE: For details, see Resources.

ARCHITECTURE: Matthew Lopes, Michael McClung, Shope Reno Wharton LANDSCAPE DESIGN: David Hawk,

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A spirited mix of colors and textures adds a laid-back vibe to your beach bungalow. Kahlo Sinoir Rug by Roger Oates Design, Marine Home Center, Nantucket, marinehomecenter.com Lulu Bar Cart, The Chatham Home, Chatham, thechathamhome.com

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Surf Shack This Cape Cod beach house walks the plank between traditional and modern architecture. BY BOB CURLEY Shingles, slats, and a sloped roof combine to create an intriguing design that mixes California coastal cool with Cape Cod coziness.

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stands, but the design also nods to Shingle-style Cape Cod coastal homes and the blend of clean lines and functionality typical of Scandinavian architecture— not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you think “beach.” Photography by Dan Cutrona

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Affectionately dubbed the Malibu House by its East Sandwich neighbors, the 2,400-square-foot year-round home overlooks Cape Cod Bay in the front and wetlands in the back, with decks providing views and entertaining space in either direction. Wooden slats recall beach cabanas, but white acrylic Cembrit panels keep the design from veering into rustic. “The owners asked for a clean, modern, and bright home that maximized the gorgeous views,” says architect Alissa Hike Harris of Salt Architecture. “Rather than relying on the typical Cape Cod beach cottage to speak to our sense of place, we looked to the Cape Cod Modernist houses for inspiration, specifically their massing as well as their use of more modern materials and building techniques—large openings, open floor plans, spare and simple detail-

ABOVE: Plank walls evoke the casualness of a beach cabana, and the Cembrit ceiling in this exterior corridor adds clean Scandinavian lines. BELOW: Wall-sized Loewen doors slide aside to admit ocean breezes while drenching the living room and other indoor spaces with light even when closed.

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CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Extensive use of light natural woods and neutral colors seamlessly unites the interior and exterior designs. A second-floor outdoor shower, cleverly concealed but still affording unblocked views of Cape Cod Bay, counts among the owners’ favorite spaces in the home. Designed as a year-round home, the beach house especially shines in the warmer months when decks to the front and rear become extensions of the living space in an otherwise compact structure.

ing—paired with vernacular materials like white cedar shingles and red cedar boards.” Mike Katon, vice president of construction at The Valle Group, the firm that built the home, says that “both the interior and exterior scope of work had very tight architectural tolerances,” but the shed roof allows for maximum height on interior ceilings, and the retractable floor-to-ceiling Loewen doors that comprise two of the four exterior walls facilitate a sense of openness in defiance of a limited, setback-imposed footprint. Opening the doors allows a seamless transition from the kitchen, living room, and other indoor spaces to the deck, admitting views of sand, sea, and sunrises. Soaking in the vista from the second-floor outdoor shower is one of life’s great pleasures, say the homeowners: “It turns a quick saltwater rinse off into a King of the World moment from the bow of the Titanic.”

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Book Report Editor at Large Clinton Smith surveys a bounty of insightful new books—many with a New England connection—that’ll inform your houseguests on all things design during those languorous summer days.

Greenwich, Connecticut, designer Charlotte Barnes's personal residence is featured in At Home with Designers and Tastemakers.

J Water World Using state-of-the-art drone technology, author and filmmaker (and Harvard College graduate) David Ondaatje has documented some of the world’s most extraordinary bodies of water, which are featured in his new book, Water Views: Rivers Lakes Oceans (The Monacelli Press). His keen perspective gives the reader a bird’s-eye view to these dazzling waterscapes. monacellipress.com

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I Private Quarters In At Home with Designers and Tastemakers: Creating Beautiful and Personal Interiors (Rizzoli), Connecticut editor and author Susanna Salk and Nantucket writer and photographer Stacey Bewkes—founder of the inimitable quintessenceblog.com—give entrée into the private homes of design aesthetes with distinct—and disparate—points of view. Going behind closed doors, the duo’s words and photography capture the true essence of their subjects’ private worlds. rizzoliusa.com

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Anna Pavord, global bestselling author of The Tulip, is back with a fully revised and updated version of The Seasonal Gardener: Creative Planting Combinations (Phaidon), first published in 2001. The title has been reimagined to teach a new generation of gardeners how to best pair and group plants to create brilliant displays all year long. phaidon.com

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L Natural Wonders Noel Kingsbury’s Wild: The Naturalistic Garden (Phaidon) features newly commissioned photography by Claire Takacs that captures more than forty gardens from around the world—including two from Maine and Connecticut—that have been designed with a wild and natural planting approach. Manicured gardens these are not, and the creations—from perennial meadows to drought-resistant spaces—showcase the current trend of nature-based planting with an eco-aware approach. phaidon.com Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, designed by James McCain, is featured in Wild: The Naturalistic Garden.

L Iconic Inspiration In Breuer’s Bohemia (The Monacelli Press), author James Crump surveys the houses that legendary twentieth-century architect Marcel Breuer designed in Connecticut and Massachusetts from the 1950s through the ’70s. The book features vintage and contemporary photographs as well as rarely seen archival materials. There is also a feature-length documentary of the same name that examines his work along the East Coast. monacellipress.com

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The Craftsman Collins Heavener outfits Martha’s Vineyard homes with heirloom-quality furniture. BY ROBERT KIENER

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s custom furniture maker Collins Heavener chats in the timber-framed Chappaquiddick workshop he and friends built from scratch, he points to one of the soft maple boards that are stacked against a nearby wall. “That one cost me a week’s work,” he says with a quick laugh.

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some years,” he says. “I want my work to last for centuries. So I tossed it aside and started over with new wood.” The story is classic Heavener. It reflects both the integrity with which he creates his unique work—elegantly simple Shaker-inspired tables, chairs, dressers, and cabinets—and his fascination with

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exploring the technology of wood, a subject he studied at University of Massachusetts Amherst. He takes special delight in working with local materials whenever he can. “For such a small island, Chappy has an astonishing variety of trees,” he says. Nearly all of Heavener’s furniture, created under the moniker Marshall Farm Wood-Works, stays on Martha’s Vineyard and Chappaquiddick. Some eighty percent of his commissions are from designers and architects with area projects and the rest are from islanders. CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Inspired by traditional milking stools, Heavener used locally sourced English elm to construct this set of stools. Furniture maker Collins Heavener. This trestle dining table features a solid-slab claro-walnut top and a figured sugar-maple base. Heavener collaborated with Asheville, North Carolina-based Shelter Collective on an eighteen-foot-long dining table made from chestnut resawn from eighteenth-century timbers removed during the restoration of a local home.

“I really enjoy the intimate quality of collaborating with a client during the design phase,” he explains. A favorite recent project was a series of cabinets he made from vertical-grain fir, which had been reclaimed from the home of a local client’s late grandfather. “I take great pleasure in projects that have a sense of history and narrative.” A Vermont-born transplant to Chappaquiddick, Heavener has combined his love of carpentry with a deep interest in farming. Indeed, in addition to his busy one-man furniture business, he and his wife own and operate an Icelandic sheep farm and a small seasonal (June–August) vegetable farm. “I am a furniture maker first, then a farmer,” says the tall, trim thirty-five-year-old. “And my wife and I are incredibly grateful to work and raise a family on a beautiful New England farm on this gorgeous island.” EDITOR'S NOTE: To see more of Collins Heavener’s work, visit marshallfarmwood works.com.

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This beloved family-centric event at the Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich features antique automobiles, hot rods, and custom cars.

Bring the whole family to Falmouth center, and celebrate arts and culture with live music, storytelling, and exhibits. artsfalmouth.org

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Spend the evening supporting one of the Vineyard’s most important cultural institutions, the Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven. Enjoy cocktails, a live auction, and dinner.

This celebration of the Cape’s signature flower includes workshops, tours of private gardens, and painting demonstrations at various locations.

Shop from fifty-five select vendors showcasing handmade crafts, artisanal foods, and floral designs.

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Tour three notable Edgartown landscapes including a sunken geometric garden, a quaint village garden, and a historic home’s outdoor oasis.

The thirteenth annual festival, held at various locations on the island, focuses on conservation, sustainability, and the health of Nantucket’s coastal ecosystem.

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This year’s fete shines a spotlight on the village of Quidnet, located on Nantucket’s eastern shore. Enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and live music.

Dealers from around New England display unique items at this popular show and sale at the Osterville Historical Museum.

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A few more of those noteworthy features include a dramatic skylight in the kitchen/ dining area; a stackedstone rotunda that functions as a powder room; pristine pine floors; and a ten-byseventy-foot lap pool that overlooks Menemsha Pond. Silvia’s favorite spot is the living room, with its wood-burning fireplace and water views from every angle. “Even on a dark, rainy day, this room captures the beauty of its surroundings,” she says.

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History in the Making An Edgartown home conceals a surprisingly contemporary interior within its classic Martha’s Vineyard exterior.

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BELOW: A covered portico shelters the front door to the main house, which is designed in keeping with the historic vernacular of the island. FACING PAGE: An entrance off the side lane leads to a courtyard created by the carriage house (left) and the main house ahead and to the right.

Text by JORGE S. ARANGO | Photography by TAYLOR AHEARN and AMY VISCHIO

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Building a new home in a picture-postcard New England village like Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard—where the oldest surviving house dates to 1672—requires a profound respect for tradition. Patrick Ahearn knows this well. He estimates that about seventy percent of his Edgartown projects have been restorations. For the rest, the architect developed a typology he calls “the urban island village compound.”

ABOVE: The main house's fieldstone

chimney is actually a thick stone veneer, while the house is clad in white cedar shakes and clapboard and topped by a red cedar roof. RIGHT: An entrance at the side of the main house leads to a mudroom with a slate tile floor.

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It has to do primarily with historic styles and massing, where various subordinate structures are anchored by a main section. “It’s implied history,” Ahearn explains. “It looks like the main building was added onto and tells the story, theoretically, of how the house grew over a couple hundred years.” Take the 4,500-square-foot Greek Revival residence he designed for an empty nester couple, where the “original” house commands the show and other volumes are stepped back from it or, in the case of the carriage house, detached and off to the side. The challenge, of course, lies with making something designed for the past livable for today. The husband’s tastes skew traditional, but his wife loves

ABOVE: In lieu of formal living and

dining rooms, the clients opted for a large great room for more fluid entertaining. The custom dining table by Richard Wrightman has leaves to seat up to seventeen and sports brass nautical-style details. Between the kitchen and living area is a brass-andglass wet bar by Amuneal. LEFT: A Rosemary Hallgarten “paint-splatter” fabric covers the modern ottoman, and a Barbara Erdmann waterscape graces the mantel.

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contemporary comfort and color. “During the process, we reached consensus,” recalls Ahearn. While the exterior would be classic Vineyard, “the interiors and finishes would be more modern and beachy.” All living spaces also had to be packed with function. “There’s no one who entertains more or better than this couple, except maybe

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Martha Stewart,” explains interior designer Karen Bow. “But they’d even give her a run for her money!” There were also dogs and visiting grown children to consider. Ahearn addressed this by building, he says, “architecture you can use.” This translates to lots of built-ins and tuckaways that also add cottage flavor. Bow packed in the outdoor fabrics and Photography by Amy Vischio

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CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: A Lacanche range features brass dials and details to

match the brass cabinet pulls and plumbing fixtures in the kitchen. A second door in the mudroom transitions guests to a screened porch. Waterworks pendants hang above the island of an English deVOL kitchen.

furniture to ensure easy maintenance and durability. It fell to Bow to reconcile her clients’ disparate approaches to interiors. The husband wanted a nautical theme— naturally de rigueur in these parts— while his wife, Bow observes, “is so full of life” that, were it up to her alone, the place would explode with color.

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While the exterior would be classic Vineyard, “the interiors and finishes would be more modern and beachy.” —Architect Patrick Ahearn

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: The stairs in the primary suite lead to a loft with the wife’s office and additional sleeping accommodations. What designer Karen Bow calls a “bunk-less bunkroom” nevertheless sleeps four on toe-to-toe window mattresses and trundles underneath. Bow created a moodier look by painting the nickel board in a guest bath a deep navy blue. FACING PAGE: The primary bedroom features an ikat-style rug in turquoise. The linens, curtains, and art pull in other marine blues.

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“We wanted it to nod to Martha’s Vineyard, but it was important for me to add texture and do things that were new,” Bow says. Nautical decor, for example, calls for brass details. There are obvious applications, such as the large dining table and ship-deck chairs, which boast brass brackets and trestle braces. Kitchen fixtures and hardware are also all brass. But there are less obvious touches too, namely the lights above the bed in a guest suite. Their positioning and round shapes are subtly reminiscent of portholes. Shades of blue were a no-brainer for a quaint fishing village. But in a cedarpaneled den, “There’s a little introduction of lavender,” says Bow. Chairs with traditional silhouettes surround a RIGHT: Island Pools built the pool with a spa sunken beneath the water level. LEFT: The pool is invisible from the front road and side lane thanks to its position behind the carriage house and landscaping by Donaroma’s Nursery, Landscaping + Floral Design. FACING PAGE: The screened porch boasts a massive fireplace, slate tile floors, and a nickel-board-lined coffered ceiling.

modern round ottoman with a more contemporary paint-splatter pattern. In the primary bedroom, a turquoise rug sporting a Central Asian ikat design grounds the bed. From the outside, however, you’d never know. For Edgartown and other similar historic seaside locales, says Ahearn, “This is really like the prototype for a new ‘old’ house. You can’t tell it from the real old houses. It’s a convincing story.” EDITOR’S NOTE: For details, see Resources.

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In the home’s great room, views of Wellfleet Harbor drive the conversation. Glass B&B Italia coffee tables all but disappear on top of a custom carpet from Dover Rug, and the deck provides threeseason relaxation thanks to radiant electric heaters built into the Douglas fir soffits.

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The home’s waterside showcases Corten steel, Rheinzink, and, of course, an abundance of glass. Landscape designers Horiuchi Solien removed the site’s overgrown invasive species to make way for native plants, and a stone wall on the street-side parking court was designed to allow passage to wildlife. “We left feeling like we made the site and property better than it was before,” says architect Douglas Dick.

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BELOW: The homeowners fell in love with a slab of Sahara Noir marble in the Cumar showroom in Everett, Massachusetts, years before construction began on the house. “It was a puzzle to figure out how to use it in the right way,” says interior designer Dean Sawyer of the stone that wound up as the great room’s fireplace surround. FACING PAGE: Furniture from Janus et Cie adorns the deck off the great room.

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this Wellfleet vacation home had an astrological sign, it would certainly be Gemini. From its street-facing side, it presents as a quiet long-and-narrow twostory structure clad in natural-colored stone and porcelain tile that mimic the sand on the beach below. A deviation from traditional Cape Cod Shinglestyle homes, for sure, but a nod to the experimental modern architectural movement prevalent in the area during

the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s. Head around to the home’s harbor-facing side, however, and you’re presented with a wall of glass, coated zinc, stone, ipe decking, and Corten steel, already weathering to a rich shade of copper, with some Douglas fir soffits for good measure. “I don’t know that we’ve ever built a more two-sided home in terms of

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ABOVE: The Jeff Soderbergh-

designed dining room table had to be installed via crane; the tabletop features a single piece of wood from a maple tree felled by high winds in Pennsylvania. FACING PAGE: When the weather turns rainy, the clients’ existing Roche Bobois sectionals provide the ideal spot for soaking in the view year-round.

composition,” says builder Ryan Newton. “You could have gone with shingles on the street side, but instead the design team just went for it with the tiles.” That was at the request of the homeowners, who had already owned a Shingle-style home in the area, says architect Douglas Dick. “Their current

home didn’t provide that seamless connection between indoors and out,” explains Dick, who had previously worked with the clients on their primary residence. “They also wanted a home that would stand up to Wellfleet’s winds and salt spray. Our challenge was to build a durable structure that didn’t

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LEFT: The floor transitions from

rift-cut white oak in the great room to polished marble in the kitchen. The same stone was used for the backsplash. Kochman Reidt + Haigh designed the cabinetry. RIGHT: Because the homeowners thought decorative lighting would detract from the home’s views and geometries, Sawyer outfitted the space with architectural fixtures, like the one-inch-square Lumium tube pendant above the kitchen island.

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“ THE CHANGE IN CEILING HEIGHT GIVES THE TWO SPACES INTIMACY AND ENHANCES THE CEILING HEIGHT IN THE ADJOINING AREAS.” —Architect Douglas Dick

need to be repainted every year. As a result, only the thin steel columns at the entry and decks are painted.” What appears as a two-level structure from the street is actually three floors, with the lower level sited below grade. The owners, a couple from Boston with two adult children, two grandchildren, and two dogs (who needed some time

getting used to all the stairs), enter on the middle level, where three bathrooms and all three bedrooms are located. A family room, storage, and mechanical rooms for the home’s glass elevator can be found one flight down on the cellar level. And on the top floor, the main living space includes a dramatic great room that boasts Loewen lift-and-slide

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glass doors that open completely to one of six decks. “There’s no TV in the room,” points out interior designer Dean Sawyer, “which lets the view drive the furniture plan. We used the client’s existing sectionals to create the perfect area to sit and talk and enjoy the water.” In the adjacent kitchen and dining

room, the ceiling had to be lowered to ensure the home’s roof-deck complied with Wellfleet’s height restrictions. In the former, high linear windows allow for glimpses of blue sky while simultaneously providing privacy from the street. “The change in ceiling height gives the two spaces intimacy and enhances the ceiling height in the adjoining areas,” says Dick.

ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Trees outside a guest bath provide just enough privacy for an indulgent shower-witha-view, though there is an automated privacy screen on the outside for the more modest houseguests. The floating vanity in the primary bath mirrors the floating nightstands and bed in the adjacent bedroom for a subtle midcentury-modern vibe. FACING PAGE: The Steven King wavepatterned hooked-wool rug in the primary bedroom was crafted using seventeenth-century rug-making techniques.

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Speaking of that must-have roofdeck, the owners access it via a set of stairs that leads to an eight-foot-byeleven-foot motorized sliding-glass skylight with sensors that allow it to close automatically when it rains. “It’s the second time we’ve built one of those systems,” says Newton. “With the area’s height restrictions, there really isn’t an alternative for accessing a roof-deck.” The entire project took four years from start to finish, but in the end, the clients received the best of both worlds. “The site informed the design,” says Sawyer. “The home is almost unnoticeable from the front, but the waterside is energetic, unique, and interesting.” EDITOR’S NOTE: For details, see Resources.

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BELOW: A granite-clad spa sits adjacent to the entry deck and below the office; as a nod to the New England tradition of brightly colored doors, the home’s main entrance is painted red. FACING PAGE, TOP TO BOTTOM: The south-facing roof-deck, with its quartzclad spa, is accessed by climbing a set of third-floor stairs and stepping through a motorized skylight that effortlessly slides open with the flip of a switch. A glass door in the office means the room’s red wall, one of the homeowners’ favorite moments in the house, is always visible.

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Turning a New Page

An outdated 1920s residence on Nantucket receives an overhaul that complements its stunning waterfront location.

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In order to make the most of a tight building envelope, architect Matthew MacEachern rotated the entire house five degrees, enabling him to build two extensions on each side of the original residence. The project also included adding a new pool and terrace between the main house and the pool house.

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inding a design team that relishes a challenge is always important—but especially so when the job in question is a historic waterfront renovation and expansion on Nantucket, which boasts a notoriously rigid building code. Lucky for the buyers of this outdated 1920s residence, architect

Matthew MacEachern of the local firm Emeritus had already begun potential renovation plans as one of the listing broker’s selling points. “This was a complicated property,” says MacEachern, siting the home’s historic nature, its proximity to the coastal bank, and the uneven topography. “We had a tight building envelope to work with because of the required zoning setbacks.” In order to make the most of the site, MacEachern rotated the entire home five degrees, “better

capturing the water views and pulling the house a bit farther from the coastal bank,” he says. As a result, MacEachern was able to add square footage to either side of the original structure, as well as build a 400-square-foot guesthouse. To maximize the living space even further, the architect devised a plan to relocate the garage—which had been integrated into the original structure—to underneath the guesthouse, where it wouldn’t count toward the allowable ground cover and could be connected to

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CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: MacEachern

and interior designer Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier collaborated on the interior floor plan, creating an airy space that allows for expansive views of the coastline and harbor. A new floating staircase constructed of wood and glass is positioned in a nook off the living area. The space also features a sectional and console from B&B Italia, a custom cocktail table, and a window bench from Minotti.

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RIGHT: A pair of Minotti chairs

with pillows upholstered in Loro Piana fabric sit on the covered porch; in the background is a circular dining pavilion requested by the homeowner. BELOW: The kitchen features a smoked-oak island, a Neolith backsplash and countertops, a stainless-steel hood, and Holly Hunt barstools. FACING PAGE: The adjacent dining area includes a custom dining table and banquette, chairs from Mark Albrecht Studio for Holly Hunt, and a light fixture from Hector Finch.

“ THE CLIENTS WANTED THIS HOUSE TO BE MORE CONTEMPORARY THAN TYPICAL NANTUCKET.” —Architect and designer Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier the basement and main house. Now, one can walk from the guesthouse to the 9,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom main house by way of a tunnel under the new pool area. Masquerading as much new construction as possible was critical to the project’s success. “The Historic District Commission was a major factor,” explains MacEachern. “The residence is visible from the harbor, so we were required to maintain the architectural characteristics of both the front and rear facades. Our solution was to flank the central historic structure with two additions, making it feel like those pieces could have been added over time.”

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With planning and structural approvals out of the way, attention turned to the interiors, led by architect and designer Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier. She and MacEachern collaborated on the floor plan, opening it up as much as possible to capitalize on the views. “This house needed to be all about the water, the amazing sunsets, and indoor/outdoor living,” says Dunne Marcoulier, who had worked on the family’s primary residence in Boston many years ago while at Dell Mitchell Architects but never actually met the couple. Thanks to a mutual friend who recommended Dunne Marcoulier to the couple, the three were given a second chance to connect, and they hit it off right away. “The clients wanted this house to be more contemporary than typical Nantucket, which surprised me because my first impression, based on their main residence, was that they were very traditional,” says Dunne Marcoulier. “I soon realized this wasn’t the case, and now we’re actually redoing their primary residence to better reflect their fresh thinking.” To encourage an unfussy, relaxed atmosphere,

Dunne Marcoulier landed on a clean palette of mostly white, warmed up by textural fabrics, stone, shiplap, and oak accents. A mix of custom and contemporary furnishings complements the minimalist interior architecture. “There’s a bit of that California aesthetic, as well as European,” says Dunne Marcoulier. “It relates to Nantucket, but you feel like you could be on a yacht in Europe.” EDITOR’S NOTE: For details, see Resources.

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Matthew MacEachern, Emeritus INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN:

Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier, Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier Architecture & Interiors BUILDER:

E.J. Jaxtimer, E.J. Jaxtimer Builder LANDSCAPE DESIGN:

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RIGHT: In a guest room, a light fixture from Arteriors and a photograph by Michael Gaillard hang above a Room & Board bed. FACING PAGE, TOP TO BOTTOM:

Artwork by Miya Ando hangs above a custom bed and upholstered headboard wall in the primary bedroom; the pendant lights are from RH and the rug is from Merida. A pair of custom vanities and mirrors flank a freestanding shower in the primary bath.

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One of the main mandates for the project was indoor/ outdoor living, so a substantial covered porch with plenty of seating was a must. A pair of Minotti sectionals form two separate sitting areas perfect for taking in the views.

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The house sits gently on its site, visually anchored by landscape architect Kris Horiuchi’s design of native plants for soft texture, gentle movement, and year-round interest. FACING PAGE: A boardwalk leads to the front entrance, which offers a sight line through the house and out to the water. The bronze sculpture at the far end—a piece called Grand Anima by Italian artist Ugo Riva—stands in a corner of the glass-walled dining room.

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Good Neighbors A Martha’s Vineyard home takes a gentle approach to honoring the property’s past and ensuring its future. Text by PAULA M. BODAH | Photography by MICHAEL J. LEE

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t was no easy feat to convince the Martha’s Vineyard Commission that a new house would be an improvement over the one that currently occupied the Aquinnah hillside. The wise people of the tiny town at the Vineyard’s western edge place a premium on keeping their piece of the island from the ravages of overdevelopment, and it took months, recalls Philip Regan, a principal at Hutker

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Architects, to get approval for the plan he and project architect Tom Shockey proposed. “This property is very visible,” he explains. “We took photos from various vantage points and compared it to existing photos to show the commission that the new house would stand out less than the structure that was already there, which had more height and a lot of white paint.”

The miniature compound consists of the flat-roofed garage, the main house to the right, and a separate structure to the left that holds the guest bedrooms. Architects Philip Regan and Tom Shockey designed the curved-roof buildings to suggest the longhouses that might have been built by Martha’s Vineyard’s original occupants, the Wampanoags. Weathered-wood siding and the zinc-coated copper roofing help the home feel as though it has stood here for generations.

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“ We wanted to HONOR THE LAND,” the husband says. “We DIDN’T WANT a property that was INTRUSIVE to the EYE.”

ABOVE: The great room’s wall of windows keeps the focus on the water views. A curvy sectional sofa by Partners in Design maintains a low profile, while the graphic Kyle Bunting rug adds visual interest. The homeowner was closely involved in choosing the stones and their placement for the fireplace mantel. FACING PAGE: Pebble Pendants from Ochre, hung at varying heights, shine above the Asher Israelow custom table and Kelly Wearstler chairs in the stylish dining room.

The clients, who owned a nearby property and had long coveted this spot, were equally determined that their new home not mar the land’s natural beauty or disrespect its history as home to the Wampanoag people who had lived here for some 10,000 years before Europeans came long. “We wanted to honor the land,” the husband says. “We didn’t want a property that was intrusive to the eye.” Scale, proportion, and sustainabil-

ity were top of everyone’s mind, says Shockey. “The property has 270-degree views of rolling hills, water, woodland, and the lighthouse,” he says, referring to the iconic Gay Head Light. “Our clients wanted to let the natural landscape dominate.” The scheme that finally won over the commission consists of a series of low-profile buildings with contemporary silhouettes but with curved rooflines

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“ It’s a very SITE-RESPONSIVE APPROACH, much like the traditional camps. The SPACE BETWEEN buildings becomes INTERACTIVE.” —Architect Philip Regan

ABOVE: An oversize mask made of bicycle chains by a Korean artist makes a statement in a hallway niche. The stairs to the right lead to the primary bedroom. LEFT: Furniture maker Jeff Soderbergh crafted the powder room’s live-edge elm vanity. RIGHT: The emphasis on the outdoors continues in the kitchen, where walls of sleek white cabinetry are a quiet counterpoint to the color-filled gardens. A pair of islands, one sporting black granite and the other a satiny white Lapitec sintered stone, provide plenty of surface for prep and casual dining.

that suggest the longhouses often built by native peoples. This is the owners’ primary residence, so they wanted a house that was small enough to feel cozy through the long Vineyard winters but spacious enough to welcome their adult children and the grandchildren the couple hope will come along one day. The architects’ clever scheme is a compound with a main house and a detached three-bedroom guest quarters. “It’s a very site-responsive approach, much like the traditional camps,” Regan says. “The space between buildings becomes interactive.”

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Zinc-coated copper roofs and weathered-wood siding help the buildings nestle unobtrusively into the site, an effect furthered by Horiuchi Solien’s restrained landscape design that emphasizes low plantings of native materials to anchor and soften the buildings. From the flat-roofed garage, a boardwalk leads to a breezeway-like entrance with glass doors at either end for a view

through to the water. “Phil and Tom created this experience where you’re really in the landscape,” the wife says. “I love pulling up to the house and seeing the ocean through the windows.” A right turn from here leads to the main house, a modest 2,800 square feet or so that feels much more spacious thanks to its open floor plan and floor-toceiling windows in all the public areas.

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Working with interior designers Mika Durrell (who has since left the Hutker firm) and Stacey Sarber, the couple outfitted the house with contemporary furnishings in a neutral palette, keeping the focus on the views outside and their treasured collection of contemporary art within. Besides the commission and the homeowners, Regan and Shockey had to keep the neighbors happy, too. When Colin Whyte and his crew at Martha’s Vineyard Construction Company were building the house, Regan recalls, they wrapped it in orange weather shield. “For a bit, it stood out like a pumpkin on a hillside, and people were upset,” he says with a chuckle. “Now that it’s complete, you almost don’t know it’s there.” And that’s just the way the happy homeowners like it. EDITOR’S NOTE: For details, see Resources.

RIGHT: Wraparound draperies with a sheer layer to soften the light and an opaque layer to promote sleeping late cover the main bedroom’s two window walls. BELOW: White Beauty marble on the bathtub wall and the vanity adds a touch of luxe to the primary bath. FACING PAGE: A pair of mirrors by Rhode Island School of Design graduate Miles Endo serve their purpose without obscuring the views.

ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN:

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Vineyard Construction Company LANDSCAPE DESIGN:

Horiuchi Solien

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A terrace, with its refreshing plunge pool and cushy outdoor furniture by Stephen Kenn, serves as a connection between the separate buildings and acts as an outdoor living room in the warm months.

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Resources A GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONALS IN THIS ISSUE’S FEATURED HOMES

FAMILY AFFAIR PAGES 43–50

Interiors, Darien, Conn., 914-953-1517, karenbow.com

Architecture: Vallorie Oliver, Val Oliver

Builder: John Magnuson, Burnham + Magnuson Builders, Edgartown, Mass., 508-627-5019, burnhamandmagnuson.com

Design, Nantucket, Mass., 508-325-4319

Landscape design and contractor:

Builder: TL Halford Construction, Nantucket, Mass., 508-221-6203, tlhalfordconstruction.com

Mike Donaroma, Donaroma’s Nursery, Landscaping + Floral Design, Edgartown, Mass., 508-627-3036, donaromas.com

Mudroom cabinetry: David Devendorf,

Cabinetry: Ryan Dillon, Dillon Creations,

Interior design: Kendall Rabun, Kendall Rabun Interiors, Bronxville, N.Y., kendallrabuninteriors.com

Devendorf by Design, New Fairfield, Conn., 203-707-8004

Kitchen backsplash tile and bath tile: The Tile Room, Nantucket, Mass., 508-325-4732, tileroomnantucket.com

Oak Bluffs, Mass., 508-939-0707, dilloncreations.com

Swimming pool: Island Pools & Spas, Edgartown, Mass., 508-693-3040

Ecological Design, Orleans, Mass., 508-255-1113, wilkinsonecological.com

TURNING A NEW PAGE PAGES 148–157

Architecture: Matthew MacEachern, Emeritus, Boston, Nantucket, Mass., 508-325-4995, emeritusltd.com Interior architecture and design: Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier, Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier Architecture & Interiors, Quincy, Mass., 617-963-0903

Builder: E.J. Jaxtimer, E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Hyannis, Mass., 508-778-4911, jaxtimer.com Landscape design: Bernice Wahler,

DOUBLE FEATURE WEAVING HISTORY

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PAGES 54–62

Architecture: Douglas Dick, LDa Architecture & Interiors, Boston, 617-300-0016, lda-architects.com

Architecture: Michael McClung, Matthew Lopes, Shope Reno Wharton, Norwalk, Conn., 203-852-7250, shoperenowharton.com

Builder: KVC Builders, Waltham, Osterville, Mass., 781-890-5599, kvcbuilders.com

Landscape design: David Hawk, Hawk Design, Sagamore, Mass., 508-833-8800, hawkdesigninc.com

Masonry, hardscape, and landscape installation: Dave Schumacher, Schumacher Landscape Artisans, West Bridgewater, Dennisport, Mass., 508-427-7707, dschumacher.com

Cabinetry: Fairfield County Millwork, Bethany, Conn., 203-393-9751, fcmillwork. com; Littleton Millwork, Littleton, N.H., 603-444-2677, littletonmillwork.com

Windows and doors: Tischler Und Sohn, Stamford, Conn., 203-674-0600, tischlerwindows.com

Lighting design: Peter Romaniello, Conceptual Lighting, Huntersville, N.C., 833-544-4812, conceptuallighting.com

Interior design: Dean Sawyer, LDa Architecture & Interiors, Boston, 617-300-0016, lda-architects.com Builder: David Newton, Ryan Newton, C.H. Newton Builders, Wellesley Hills, Mass., 508-548-1353, chnewton.com

Landscape design: Kris Horiuchi, Annie Griffenberg, Horiuchi Solien, Falmouth, Mass., 508-540-5320

Interior millwork: Toby Leary Fine Woodworking, Hyannis, Mass., 508-957-2281, tobyleary.com

Kitchen cabinetry: Kochman Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers, Stoughton, Mass., 781-573-1500, cabinetmakers.com Lighting design: Conceptual Lighting, Huntersville, N.C., 833-544-4812, conceptuallighting.com

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Architecture: Patrick Ahearn, Patrick

Interior stairs handrail: Anthony Faria, AJF Metal Fabrication, Cataumet, Mass., 508-392-9200

Art consultation: Hadley Powell, Powell Fine Art Advisory, Brookline, Mass., 646-512-1666, powellfineartadvisory.com Landscape contractor: Ian McCarthy, Blue Claw Associates, Osterville, Mass., 508-271-7750, blueclawassociates.com

Swimming pool: Viola Associates, Hyannis, Mass., 508-771-3457, violaassociates.com

GOOD NEIGHBORS

Architecture: Philip Regan, Tom Shockey,

Custom primary bedroom rug: Steven

HISTORY IN THE MAKING

Interior stairs: EeStairs, Brantford, Ontario, Canada, 226-381-0111, eestairs.com

Home, Boston, 617-266-3600, doverrug.com

Architecture: Alissa Hike Harris, Salt

East Falmouth, Mass., 508-548-1450, vallegroup.com

A.N. McSheffrey Woodworks, Belmont, N.H., 603-608-7427, mcsheffreywoodworks.com

617-389-7818, cumar.com

PAGES 76–80

Builder: Mike Katon, The Valle Group,

Cabinetry: Andy McSheffrey,

Custom living room rug: Dover Rug &

Soderbergh Sustainable Furnishings & Fine Art, Wellfleet, Mass., 401-845-9087, jeffsoderbergh.com

Architecture, North Falmouth, Mass., 774-763-2601, saltarchitecture.com

Kitchen millwork: SieMatic Boston, Boston, 617-585-9960, siematic-boston.com

Stone: Cumar, Everett, Mass.,

Custom dining room table: Jeff SURF SHACK

Bernice Wahler Landscapes, Sandwich, Mass., 774-205-2184, bernicewahlerlandscapes.com

King Decorative Carpets, Boston, 617-426-3302, skcarpets.com

PAGES 162–173 Hutker Architects, Falmouth, Mass., 508-540-0048, hutkerarchitects.com

Interior design: Mika Durell, Stacy Sarber, Hutker Architects, Falmouth, Mass., 508-540-0048, hutkerarchitects.com

Builder: Colin Whyte, Martha’s Vineyard

Landscape contractor, stonework, masonry, and hardscaping: R. P. Marzilli &

Construction Company, Edgartown, Mass., 508-693-2300, marthasvineyardconstruction.com

Company, Medway, Mass., 508-533-8700, rpmarzilli.com

Landscape design: Kris Horiuchi, Horiuchi Solien, Falmouth, Mass., 508-540-5320

Structural engineering: Webb Structural

Cabinetry: Herrick & White, Cumberland, R.I., 401-658-0440, herrick-white.com

Services, Reading, Mass., 781-779-1330, webbstructuralservices.com

Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering: TE2 Engineering, Needham,

Kitchen and bath stone: Cumar, Everett, Mass., 617-389-7818, cumar.com

Ahearn Architect, Boston, 617-266-1710, patrickahearn.com

Mass., 781-334-8323, te2engineering.com

Landscape installation and exterior and interior masonry: Landscope, Edgartown,

Interior design: Karen Bow, Karen Bow

Environmental consulting: Wilkinson

Mass., 508-696-8812, landscopeinc.com

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