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74 FIRST, LIGHT

It’s all about feeling bathed by the sun at this Harwich Port home designed for maximum family fun. Text by Maria LaPiana I Photography by Eric Roth

84 VINEYARD VIBES

A new house not far from the homeowner’s boyhood summer place means decades of family tradition will continue for generations to come. Text by Susan Kleinman I Photography by Michael Partenio I Produced by Stacy Kunstel

94 ROOMS WITH A VIEW

A Chatham home with a clever blend of brawn and beauty makes the most of its prominent vantage point with glorious vistas from every window.

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104 SAND CASTLE

Wisely working with what nature provided, a design team makes the most of a Nantucket site that boasts its own coastal dune. Text by Robert Kiener I Photography by Jim Westphalen

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30 From the Editor 40 Away From Home: Stay Awhile

Driven by design, Cape and islands inns cast a net for modern voyagers. Text by Debra Judge Silber

54 Outside Interest: Hot Fun in the Summer Time Three diverse landscape and garden projects prove there’s no one right way to revel in the joys of the outdoors. Text by Paula M. Bodah

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145 Premier Properties

Notable homes on the market on Cape Cod and the islands. By Maria LaPiana

151 Resources

A guide to the professionals and products in this issue’s features.

158 Advertiser Index 160 Bookend

Timeless: Classic American Architecture for Contemporary Living, by architect Patrick Ahearn

Unique, beautiful, and now appearing in shops and showrooms on the Cape and islands. By Lynda Simonton

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elcome to New England Home’s 2018 inquiry into just what is particularly special and beautiful these days about residential design on Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Cape Cod. It’s a subject we feel lucky to be able to address every year, and every year we are pleased to uncover new aspects of this magical little realm that are guaranteed to delight. One particular narrative strand that has become more prominent in the Cape and islands story in recent years is the continuing arrival of visitors and new residents, and therefore design ideas, from all over the U.S. and beyond. Such an influx has consequences both good and less good, of course. But even as summer traffic jams proliferate, so do your opportunities to tuck into a truly fine dinner, and likewise your chances of finding nearby the resources you need to make your summer (or yearround) nest just that much more special.

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A tiny, literallly insular (or, well, in the case of the Cape, peninsular) geographical area now hosts a population that is remarkably cosmopolitan and broadly based. What we see as we survey the home design landscape is correspondingly rich. One of the stories that follows examines a selection of the new or remodeled inns and guesthouses that are cropping up, intended to appeal particularly to a clientele immersed in global design culture. (For once, we get to show spaces that you can actually experience, if you choose, after having glimpsed them here in the magazine’s pages!) You will also find in this issue three enticing landscape designs that equally invite the viewer to engage with outdoor pleasures, but in three quite different manners. Which one speaks most strongly to you? Our four home features present a range of dwellings both grand and more unassuming, traditional and contemporary, Yankee in feel or having a European vibe—but all casually comfortable settings for spending top-quality time with family and guests. Finally, we have canvassed helpful Cape and islands professionals to assemble a locavore’s menu of the ideas, installations, and products that are available to enrich your home life. Despite the visual variety, I’m struck by what seems to be a common goal. Whether it’s by way of overt references to sea life and sailing, or via more subtle allusions to outdoor ease and the colors of the landscape, I see architects, designers, and families striving together to capture that ineffably special seaside essence of the region in their own, personal styles—entwining many diverse fibers into a single pleasing tapestry. —Kyle Hoepner

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Away From Home

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for luxury lodging on Cape Cod, is facing something of a mutiny. Eager to attract younger, design-savvy travelers, boutique inns across the Cape and islands are updating stodgy lodgings with designs that are contemporary, sometimes funky, and thoroughly original. This summer, if you’re looking for a stay that will stay with you, here are a few to consider.

New York designer Kevin O’Shea and hotel industry veteran David Bowd opened the Salt House Inn in Provincetown, intending to lead a simple life on the Cape. It didn’t turn out that way—their retirement plan evolved into Salt Hotels, with properties in Shelter Island, New York, and Asbury Park, New Jersey, as well as Provincetown. But the cheery, minimalist rooms here allow visitors to reside in that fantasy even if the owners can’t. Boxed in whitewashed clapboard, each guest room is decorated with curated clusters of objects native to New England—bright red lanterns here, oars there—offering a refined re-creation of traditional Cape cottages. “The trend lately is to strip everything away and rebuild it modern,” says O’Shea. “To me, that’s losing the character. I want to offer an authentic experience, but not in an old crusty way.”

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Eben House 90 Bradford St., 508-487-0386  | ebenhouse.com Kevin O’Shea and David Bowd may pay the taxes, but at Eben House, Captain Eben Snow still presides—after a fashion. An oversize portrait by local artist Michael Gredler captures the inn’s namesake in eighteenth-century style—excepting, perhaps, the sultry drag-queen eyes and diamond drop earring. The playfully naughty portraits of Snow and his family are just one way O’Shea distances the 1776 center hall colonial from its former life as a house museum and celebrates its rebirth as a B&B. Time doesn’t stand still here; it bounces happily from four-posters and convex mirrors to bistro sets and floors dotted in colorful penny rounds. Behind the captain’s house, three more vintage buildings—the four-bedroom Residence, two-bedroom Cottage, and single-suite Studio—offer travelers a whole-house rental experience layered with amenities that include handmade breakfasts and dips in a saltwater pool. Inside all three, O’Shea’s mix of antiques and odd finds could fool guests into thinking they’ve just unlocked the long-forgotten beach house of a very interesting family.

The Old Homestead 508 Commercial St., 508-487-0030  | theoldhomesteadprovincetown.com Four years ago, designers Kristin Hein and Philip Cozzi discovered a rather rundown nineteenthcentury house, originally a sea captain’s home and later a guest house, in Provincetown’s East End. Drawn by its stunning views, they bought it and got to work. Within a year, they relocated their home and Hamptons studio there, and opened the remainder as a laid-back, two-bedroom, two-bath luxe rental. They shiplapped interior walls, spruced up original beams, and left the “canted, kooky, and charming” floors (Hein’s words) as they were. A brick chimney still intersects the guest suite, where seating options include an African bench as well as vintage club chairs arranged beneath pendant lights hanging by their cords from ceiling beams. In one bedroom, the dragon-embossed headboard of a Chinese fertility bed rises ferociously over its organic Saatva mattress, Society Limonta linens, and Yves Eben House photos by John Caplice

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FROM LEFT: At The Christopher, vibrant wallpapers and fabrics, like the Kelly Wearstler Crescent paper by Lee Jofa in the main public space, create a carefree resort atmosphere. The Victorian exterior of

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EDGARTOWN, MARTHA’S VINEYARD The Christopher 24 South Water St., 508-627-4784  | thechristophermv.com No two personalities—not even brothers—are alike, and so The Christopher’s coastal resort vibe is distinctly different from the gentlemanly refinement of The Richard, its new sibling hotel across town.

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Channeling inspiration from St. Bart’s as well as the Vineyard, designer Annsley McAleer avoids beachy clichés from either destination, and lets our imaginations do the work. Does that ceiling fixture resemble a spiny sea urchin? Is that a lighthouse beacon I see in the reflective sconces in the hall? Balancing style with durability—this is a hotel, after all—McAleer relies on commercial-grade furnishings from Noir to create breezy, casual rooms bursting with color in

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figured public spaces adopt an ambience owner Anne ­Hajjar describes as “crisp and modern with a little bling.” The new look of the hotel, named for Hajjar’s third son, references a youthfulness that is sophisticated, elegant, and current. “It’s where modern meets coastal,” says Boston-based designer Rachel Reider, who mixed sleek, sculptural pieces with seaside textures of sisal and rattan. Metallic accents play against muted backgrounds of gray and sand, with splashes of deep purple that reference the name’s royal origins. Concurrent with The Richard, Reider just completed work on an expansion of Hajjar’s Sydney (22 North Water Street), opening in July. There, jewel tones pop against a similarly contemporary backdrop.

NANTUCKET Union Street Inn 7 Union St., 508-228-92224 | unioninn.com There are two ways to get to Nantucket—by air or by sea—and both are referenced in the cloudswept Fornasetti wallpaper that welcomes visitors who step into the foyer of the Union Street Inn. The Inn’s decor has been an eighteen-year labor of love for Westport, Connecticut, designer Trudy Dujardin (she’s overseen three renovations), and the new foyer is her latest tweak. Together with senior designer Price Connors, Dujardin guards

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Richard, a black rattan headboard applies some masculinity to the coastal vibe. An elevation illustration and a mood board for the lounge area introduce organic shapes with lighting and furniture.

lively patterns from Quadrille, Lindsay Cowles, and Tulu. Local connections include colorful island photography and a display of island-made Chilmark Pottery in the breakfast room, where the characteristic color of the dishes picks up blues from the trim, banquette, and woven bistro chairs.

The Richard 104 Main St., 774-310-1055 | therichardhotel.com Like its sibling hotels, The Sydney and The Christopher, The Richard, opening in July, challenges the traditional mindset that has long held sway in this postcard-perfect village of stately homes and picket fences. Extensive renovations restored the vintage exterior of the former 1870 Point Way Inn, but inside, the sixteen guest rooms and recon-

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Nantucket’s Union Street Inn has a fresh foyer wrapped in Piero Fornasetti Nuvolette wallpaper from Cole & Son. Vertical lines and bright whites elevate the ceilings in the guest rooms. BELOW: The Union Street Inn marries historical elements with luxe linens from Matouk and Frette. Golden pine pieces brighten the dining area, which overlooks lush landscaping by ’Sconset Gardener.

historical elements that date from the 1700s—bullseye-glass transoms above doors, original fireplaces, and pieces of export porcelain tied to Nantucket’s seafaring days—while introducing updates— contemporary marble baths, Frette and Matouk linens—that appeal to well-traveled guests. Natural textiles and VOC-free paints and papers from Farrow & Ball reflect Dujardin’s commitment to healthful interiors. “It’s crisp, clean, Nantucket with a nod to the past,” she says.

The Richard photo by Read McKendree; Union Street Inn photos by Jeffrey Allen

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Nantucket visitors tend to be a well-traveled lot, but let’s face it: the jaunts of the most adventurous modern-day jetsetters pale in comparison with the intrepid journeys of New England’s old-time seafar-

ers. Manhattan-based designers Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch recall this spirit of discovery in their design of Greydon House, where throne-like chairs from the Cote d’Ivoire mingle with vintage French stools, whaling artifacts, and Native American ceramics in tea-toned–paneled public rooms steeped

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Nantucket’s Greydon House pairs an 1850s Greek Revival home with a Second Empire addition built in 2016. Handmade Portuguese tiles and prints by Terry Winters share space behind the dark pine reception desk. A guest room shower evokes ocean voyages in hand-painted tiles. A bedroom mixes vintage pieces with metal beds and lighting designed by Roman and Williams in a palette that reflects the island’s landscape.

in history. The inn links an 1850 Greek Revival home with a new structure built in Second Empire style. The whitewashed shiplap walls and chestnut floors of its twenty guest rooms are a crisp backdrop for custom Roman and Williams lighting and unique metal beds dressed in John Robshaw and Les Indiennes

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Three diverse landscape and garden projects prove that there’s no one right way to revel in the joys of the outdoors. Radical Chic At first glance, this expansive Nantucket property had everything its new owners needed. Still, a bit of tweaking was in order. The pool sat in a sunken area tucked between the home and the pool house, leaving no space at the rear of the house for the outdoor kitchen and spa the couple wanted. Front landscaping consisted of little more than a shell driveway and a lawn. Landscape architect Gregory Lombardi took a critical eye to the whole parcel—“We thought, how

many interesting things can we get to happen on this site?” he says—and devised a radical new plan. The front now sports a lovely terraced garden, laid out in a somewhat formal style with walkways of grass and stone and softened with graceful ornamental grasses and fragrant clusters of lavender. In back, Lombardi swapped out the pool for a swath of lawn. The new zero-edge pool nearby has a section that’s just six inches deep so the grownups can lounge in cool comfort while the kids splash and frolic. Not far from the

Landscape architect Gregory Lombardi created a more enticing welcome to the home with a new garden that balances formal and casual with a tidy layout softened by ornamental grasses and mounds of fragrant lavender.

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The new pool has a shallow area for in-water lounging. The fire pit was carved from a hunk of granite. Lombardi extended the back terrace to make more room for outdoor entertaining. An antique stone trough was pressed into service for the water feature. The pool house and the main house are separated by a new lawn with corner accent gardens.

pool, where the lawn gives way to the natural environment, Lombardi installed a fire pit carved out of a huge piece of granite. He also expanded the wooden terrace at the back of the main house to make room for an outdoor kitchen and dining area as well as the spa. And a stunning water feature that incorporates an antique stone trough now graces the path from the parking court to the back door.

James Ogilvy’s own Nantucket yard started as a patch of worn-out grass. “The previous owners had two big dogs, and it was a run-around area for them. It was a blank canvas, for me,” he says. In a twoweek marathon session one spring, Ogilvy (with help from his friend and fellow Scotsman Tim Paterson, who owns Highland Design Gardens, in Pound Ridge, New York), fashioned an island oasis. Low fieldstone walls form curved edges around a series of gardens that are a symphony of color and texture. In front, a tidy hedge forms an archway over a gate that opens on a circular garden, where lavender, daisies, and black-eyed Susans offer guests a colorful greeting. Ogilvy made his plant choices with the birds and bees in mind, incorporat-

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The Best of Both Worlds Even on the most glorious of days, it can be nice to have an indoor spot to retreat to. This one—a charming Osterville pool house that doubles as an entertainment pavilion—offers the perfect example of bringing the outdoors in. Architect Paul Weber collaborated with C.H. Newton Builders, landscape

architect Katherine Field, and interior designer Carolina Tress Balsbaugh, a partner and senior designer with Boston-based Manuel de Santaren, to achieve this sweet state of perfection. The architectural details of the structure mimic the main house (the renovation of which is in progress). “It has a simple, bungalow sort of elegance,” says Weber. Radiant-heat flooring, heating and air conditioning, and an efficient but spacious bath/changing/laundry room make the house suitable for year-round use. On warm, bright days, the mahogany-trimmed bifold

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doors open wide to welcome sun and breezes; on chilly, gray days, they can be closed to keep things cozy but still show off the water views. Inside, shiplap walls and ceiling enhance the beachy feeling, and Tress Balsbaugh outfitted the open living and dining area with JANUS et Cie furniture that wears durable outdoor fabric in shades of sand and sea. Field’s landscaping plan fosters easy circulation between pool house, pool, and main house. And everyone, from the design team to the owners to their guests, marvels at the subtle drama she introduced in the form of inlaid lighting in the pool surround that casts a beautiful glow on the whole scene come nightfall. Photography: Keller + Keller Producer: Karin Lidbeck Brent Architecture: Paul F. Weber, Paul Weber Architect Interior design: Carolina Tress Balsbaugh, Manuel de Santaren Builder: C.H. Newton Builders Landscape design: Katherine Field and Associates Landscape Architects  RESOURCES : For more information about these projects, see page 151.

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Among the few exceptions to the home’s neutral palette are the minty blues designer Jennifer Palumbo introduced to the living room. The front elevation pays homage to the Cape house vernacular. White-oak paneling lends a quiet warmth to the dining room.

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he homeowners visited close friends in Harwich Port over many summers, so they got to know the neighborhood well. As boaters, the couple and their (now college-age) daughter appreciated having several marinas nearby; they enjoyed the town, the beaches—and the sense of community.

The village of Harwich Port is in an enviable lower Cape location, more or less halfway between the Cape Cod Canal and Provincetown. So, when a property with a promising lot but a not-so-great house came on the market, the couple jumped at the opportunity to build a summer home of their own. And while they had no concrete design plan, the wife knew what she wanted. “I have always liked houses that integrate the indoors with the outdoors, houses with a lot of light, which is very important to us,” she says. “I like the idea of a courtyard and, architecturally, having several interconnected buildings with discrete, but open, living spaces.” They’d never built from scratch, so

they called interior designer Jennifer Palumbo, with whom they’d collaborated three times before. (They’re now in the middle of a fifth project, a winter home in Stowe, Vermont.) In turn, Palumbo recommended Jim Cappuccino and Erin Levin of Hutker Architects, and landscape architect Kris Horiuchi of Horiuchi Solien, both based in Falmouth. With builders Kendall and Welch Construction in Barnstable, and with guidance from the wife, who was deeply engaged in the process, they developed a plan for a fresh, sun-kissed new summer home. “The words that kept coming back to us as we imagined the house were natural, organic, and light,” says Palumbo. New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  77

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The indoor-outdoor connection is evident in the open kitchen, where painted perimeter cabinets with full overlay doors set the clean-lined tone, while fumed gray veneers on the island offer contrast. FACING PAGE, TOP: The island’s raised countertop and stools are designed so the cook can have company. FACING PAGE, BOTTOM: A sitting area with a comfortable banquette is an extension of the living room, and sometimes doubles as a work-from-home space.

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he words that kept coming back to us as we imagined the house were natural, organic, and light,” says Jennifer Palumbo.

While she was collecting ideas for the interiors, the architects started out, as they always do, with the site. “It had to be south facing to maximize solar exposure, and we knew we had to make the most of the halfacre, heavily wooded lot,” says Cappuccino. “We decided to build out to the edges of the property to create sheltered outdoor living and entertaining spaces.” Landscape architect Horiuchi was in. “As a summer home, a typical day for the clients includes time at the beach and relaxing with friends and family back at the house,” she says. “They wanted a pool, a fenced area for their golden retriever, and a simple landscape that didn’t require extensive maintenance.” The lot was a relatively flat rectangle. They razed the existing house and cleared the trees to start with a blank slate. The Hutker team proposed a clean-lined, sensible, 3,200-square-foot home in the shape of a T, everything the client wanted in a neat and unfussy envelope. “By building up to the setback limits,” says Cappuccino, “we were able to create a kind of addition in back.” That established the desired courtyard effect. The property is defined by a clipped privet along the street and an evergreen arborvitae hedge around the three remaining sides New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  79

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for year-round privacy. Horiuchi planted beds of ornamental grasses to soften the base of the arborvitae hedges. “We’re part of a neighborhood,” says the wife, “so we wanted our home to strike a balance between being unique and still feeling like a Cape Cod house.” The front elevation is charming, complete with a traditional farmer’s porch framed by blue hydrangeas. In back, Horiuchi sketched out a minimal, contemporary landscape. “Instead of one large central terrace,” she explains, “there are a series of smaller outdoor living spaces: a dining terrace with an outdoor grill, a covered terrace at the pool cabana with a fireplace, and a smaller area for chaises by the pool.” The artfully designed pool area has two small garden beds for summer color, the palette kept to a quiet blend of blues and lavenders. A grove of honey locust trees provides shade. Inside, the home boasts an open plan, where light flows easily. The entryway, for example, is bathed in natural light courtesy of a wall of French doors that offers a view out to the backyard. To maximize efficiency while minimizing the footprint, the team took the time to create functional spaces throughout. There are four bedrooms, three full baths, and a half-bath. “Many of the bedroom spaces required built-in furniture to add storage and make better use of floor space, while maintaining a sense of calm,” says

he homeowners wanted a soothing retreat, which drove the color palette. They were intent on white being the overarching color, for its brightness and freshness,” says Palumbo.

ABOVE: In the master bedroom, the custom embossed-suede bed was built in to create a focal wall and take advantage of the dramatic gable. RIGHT: Windows and an open, modern balustrade keep the upstairs hallway as bright as the rest of the house. FACING PAGE: Touches of watermelon and cantaloupe add spark to the neutral palette of an upstairs bedroom; French doors open onto a private terrace.

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CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: The homeowners insisted on creating—and connecting—discrete spaces in the yard. The pool is adjacent to the outdoor dining area. The covered outdoor living room with much-loved fireplace is part of the cabana area. Simple stepping stones encourage mingling between and among the spaces.

Palumbo. “Seamless built-ins quieted down the experience in these spaces.” “The homeowners wanted a soothing retreat, which drove the color palette,” the designer says. “They were intent on white being the overarching color, for its brightness and freshness. A single wall color was used throughout to purposefully maintain the calm and quiet aesthetic, but we added soft color to the base here and there.” Palumbo and her clients opted for a few unexpected materials, including stone and tile floors instead of classic hardwood. “The clients are European so it was a familiar concept for them, but far less conventional in New England,” Palumbo says. Shiplap-style paneling creates a clean, coastal feeling in many areas, although on the living room’s TV wall, a metallic endgrain wood paneling adds a bit of glamour. On the second floor, pre-finished wood flooring by DuChateau has a “natural and matte/fumed feeling,” Palumbo notes. The home is filled with a carefully curated collection of art and custom

furnishings—with relaxation playing an important role. “The clients had strong opinions about the comfort of their upholstery, specifically when it came to the sectional and dining chairs,” Palumbo explains. “That informed our choices.” The homeowners give the house a gold star. “I don’t really have a favorite room, and I think that’s the genius of it,” says the wife. “Every space is appropriately sized, is pleasing on its own while being connected to the rest, and serves its purpose beautifully.” They love that everything changes with the weather and the light—which doesn’t fade, even after sundown. Horiuchi calls the night landscape “magical.” And indeed, when light from the house wafts over the yard, a soft glow emanates from the pool, and dramatic uplighting illuminates the trees, the homeowners could hardly ask for more. Except, perhaps, a touch of extra radiance and warmth from the outdoor fireplace. RESOURCES : For more information about this home, see page 151.

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e decided to build out to the edges of the property to create sheltered outdoor living and entertaining spaces,” says Jim Cappuccino.

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Vineyard Vibes

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A series of gables adds interest to the roofline of this Menemsha Beach home, whose height was limited by local ordinance to protect the neighbors’ sightlines. Because the house is just one room deep front to back, the beach is visible not only from every space inside, but from the front lawn, as well.

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Driftwood accents, sea blues, and local artwork bring the beachfront vibe indoors. FACING PAGE: The living room coffee table was custom made from a fallen Martha’s Vineyard tree. Bursts of hot pink add vibrancy to the color palette, and exposed beams draw attention to the fourteen-foot ceilings.

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was always in heaven on Martha’s Vineyard,” says a New Yorker, now in his early sixties, who started summering on Menemsha Beach with his parents and siblings when he was eight. “I remember bodysurfing in Squibnocket . . . the community center softball games . . . it was the most wonderful place to be a kid.” When he and his wife—a transplanted Californian— had children of their own, they started bringing them to this same corner of the island, buying a house right next door to the husband’s childhood summer home and making a whole new batch of Vineyard memories. “My older son was always an early riser,” the husband recalls fondly, “and for the first few summers of his life, we’d get up at 4:30 every morning, and I’d take him to the lighthouse at Aquinnah to watch the sun rise.” The growing family planned to summer in that house forever. But one day, a retired Navy admiral who lived down the hill knocked on the door and said he wanted to sell them his house, an old, cape-style place right on the beach. At first, the couple demurred, concerned about how much work it would take to update the house. But the site—three acres right on Menemsha Bight—was extraordinary; the seller was persistent; “and,” the husband jokes, “it’s hard to refuse an admiral.” So, the couple took a deep breath, bought the house and, envisioning a renovation, hired New York–based architect Tom O’Brien, with whom they had collaborated on projects in the past. “Our initial plan,” says O’Brien, “was to keep as much of the home’s original structure as possible. But too many of the things we wanted to do were against the

PROJECT TEAM Architecture: Tom O’Brien and Roberto Palmerini, O’Brien Architecture Interior design: Mary A. Rentschler, Rentschler & Company Interiors Builder: Joseph B. Chapman, Doyle Construction Landscape design: Steven P. Yaffe, Crosswater Landscape

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Spring-fastened stools at the kitchen island allow diners to bob gently, evoking the feeling of the waves beyond these walls. FACING PAGE: Interior designer Mary Rentschler chose a diningarea chandelier that, while substantial in feeling, is made of thin wire so as not to block views of the water.

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zoning laws, and we had to accept that it would actually be easier to tear the place down and build something brand new.” Easier, yes, but not without challenges. The traditional beach-house style the homeowners love includes lots of exposed beaded board and uninsulated walls, which can run afoul of contemporary building codes and aren’t energy-efficient. To get the desired look while using upto-date construction practices, O’Brien and his then-associate Roberto Palmerini (who now heads up ROAM Architecture in Congers, New York) designed a fully insulated structure, lined—just for the look of it—with exposed ceiling beams

and two-by-fours that give the place a casual, comfortable vibe. The home’s location also presented challenges. “When you’re building so close to the water,” says Palmerini, “there are rules about how high a house can be, so that you don’t block neighbors’ sightlines.” To honor those limits, the architects designed the house as one above-ground story of about 3,775 square feet, with another 2,200 square feet of finished living/entertaining area in the basement. The ground floor—a series of spaces connected by archways—is just one room deep, offering Vineyard Sound views everywhere.

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“I GATHERED LOTS OF DIFFERENT ROCKS AND SAID, ‘THOSE ARE YOUR COLORS; THE COLORS ON YOUR BEACH.’ AND WE USED THEM AS THE BASIS OF THE DESIGN,” SAYS MARY RENTSCHLER. CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: The outdoor furniture is pale in tone and unadorned, to blend in with the sand and beach grasses. The homeowner and his family now enjoy the same beach he swam at as a little boy. Rentschler describes the outdoor shower and its support pillar as “Stonehenge-like.” There is one shower for the family, and another near the guest wing.

“The original house wasn’t sited to take the best advantage of the views,” says O’Brien. “One nice thing about building from scratch was that it allowed us make sure that every room faced the water.” Another bonus? With some help from Google Earth, he was able to angle the two now-grown sons’ bedrooms to give them both clear sightlines to the lighthouse. As plans for the new house took shape, the homeowners hired Joe Chapman, a highly respected local builder who, in turn, referred them to Vineyard-based interior designer Mary Rentschler. As she often does when designing a beach house, Rentschler started by taking a long walk New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  91

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on the shore. “I gathered lots of different rocks and laid them out on the table,” she says. “The client loved the colors, and I said, ‘Good, because those are your colors; they’re the colors on your beach.’ And we used those colors as the basis of the design.” Those stone and pebble hues show up in the upholstery of the home’s comfortable couches and chairs; in the living room’s custom-made rug; in the neutral textiles in the bedrooms; and by way of a driftwood shelf installed near the back door. Of course, stone and driftwood are only part of any coastline palette, and the blues of the nearby ocean influenced the home’s color scheme, as well. Those local azures appear in the master bedroom’s rug and some hallway runners, and in locally sourced paintings on the home’s few non-windowed walls. There are other pops of color throughout the house, too—a pink bench in the living room; bright throw blankets to ward off evening breezes—but Rentschler used restraint with those accent pieces, so that nothing would compete for attention with the magnificent vistas. With that same priority in mind, she selected furniture low-slung enough not to block any windows, and she chose to forgo blinds or curtains, even in the master bathroom. “My client likes to take long soaks,” Rentschler says, “and she wanted to be able to enjoy the views from the tub. The bathroom is far enough from the action outdoors to make that possible, and there are enough plantings to provide privacy.” Those plantings, and the others gracing the property, were designed by landscape architect Steven Yaffe to look as if they had been placed by Mother Nature herself, with lots of sway-in-the-breeze grasses

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LEFT: Exposed beams installed atop the insulated walls make the structure look like an old-time beach house. BELOW: A copper roof will withstand the salt air for generations. FACING PAGE, TOP: A patterned coverlet in the master bedroom evokes mussels that wash up on the beach. FACING PAGE, BOTTOM: The penny-round tile in the master bath is the gray-blue of the ocean on a cloudy day.

and a cutting garden of native plants the homeowners enjoy all summer long. This summer, the property’s own foliage will be supplemented by plenty of flowers when the couple’s older son and his fiancée get married here at the new house, just a beach-pebble’s throw from the first house he summered in on Martha’s Vineyard and the home in which his father spent his best moments as a child. “We are so grateful to everyone who worked hard to make this a place we could share for generations,” says the groom’s father, as he looks ahead to Martha’s Vineyard memories of the future. “Our family has really come full circle out here.”  RESOURCES : For more information about this home, see page 151. New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  93

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A bluestone walkway leads to the entry of Warm Welcome, where an oversize weathervane honoring Star of India, a local sailboat, spins above an Asian-inspired roof. The portico’s abstracted fan light catches the morning sun.

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Rooms With AView

A Chatham home with a clever blend of brawn and beauty makes the most of its prominent vantage point with glorious vistas from every window.

Text by Bob Curley | Photography by Nat Rea  Produced by Karin Lidbeck Brent

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The front porch’s mismatched furniture lends a “collected” look and adds a sense of history to the new home. FACING PAGE, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Classic Cape ornamental landscaping helps screen the parking area while framing the view from the street. The screened porch gets sun from every side. A Shingle-style grid of square openings in this porch wall gives the back entry a sense of fun.

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not a joke. He designed a house that subtly widens as it goes back to permit peeks at the waves from almost every vantage point, and capped the project by adding a guest house that also has views of Chatham Harbor from nearly every interior space. “John nailed it,” says Irwin. Calling this home’s location special is a bit of an understatement: just a few doors down is the venerable Chatham Bars Inn. The Chatham beach, lighthouse, and village are all within walking distance, and across the street is the onetime home of author Joseph Lincoln, a legendary chronicler of Cape Cod life. The 1.3-acre site itself—while not directly on the

water—rises up from the shoreline for unobstructed views of the deep, blue-green Atlantic waters surrounding the Middle Cape. Shortly after acquiring the property, the Stockels abandoned plans to renovate the existing home, choosing to raze the modest ranch and build their dream vacation home from the ground up. The Shingle-style home that emerged from the drafting table cuts an impressive figure, yet manages not to look ponderous despite its 6,300 square feet. DaSilva describes the appearance as a “hunkered down stockiness,” appropriate both to the home’s prominent vantage point and its defiant stance New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  97

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RIGHT: Newel posts at the foot of the staircase are carved to resemble the nearby Chatham lighthouse. BELOW: Marine-inspired accessories remind occupants of the office not to ignore the call of the sun and sea for too long. FACING PAGE: Arch-topped windows introduce maximum light and views into the playroom, where oversize furniture and reclaimed oak barn siding on the ceiling keep a large space human-scaled.

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against the frequent nor’easters that blow across the Cape. “The design makes a large house in a historically important location endearing through the use of scale shifts,” he explains. “Windows, columns, shingle coursing, the weathervane, and trim details are all robust—large in size, but not necessarily large in rela-

tion to the overall scale.” These disparate design elements are carefully counterbalanced to create a sense of symmetry, accounting for the fact that the front entry is not centered—part of a clever design intended to mitigate the horizontal stretch of the house across the lot. DaSilva calls the design a “classical composition without overwhelming formality,” appropriate for “a seaside second home for an active family, while at the same time serious about its iconic role.” Inside, the home is a study in subtlety. Painted in a brilliant white that reflects incoming sunlight from the copious windows, each room flows effortlessly to the next. A spacious foyer provides doorway-less entry to the dining room, kitchen, and family room beyond—with views from the front of the house to the back—while also accommodating a staircase (flanked by newel posts resembling twin lighthouses) and a center hallway accessing the north end of the home. “The owners wanted a flowing, open floor plan, but didn’t want it to feel modernist,” says DaSilva. He used a variety of coffered ceiling concepts to create boundaries between rooms—and even transition spaces—without building walls. In some cases, like New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  99

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RIGHT: A cut-slate fireplace rises past a second-floor balcony in the family room, its horizontal ashlar pattern catching sunlight from an adjacent window. BELOW: A distressed cast-iron chandelier hangs from a coffered ceiling in the English country dining room. FACING PAGE: Stools patterned after traditional English high-backed chairs sit before the vast mahogany-topped kitchen island, with fabric patterns repeated from the adjacent dining room.

the handkerchief ceiling in the foyer, the intent is to create a sense of cozy confinement. Upstairs, where ceiling heights are lower, DaSilva used geometry to craft the illusion of greater space. DaSilva balks at the idea that the home is a blank white canvas, noting that interior angles and the constantly shifting natural light conspire to play an array of grays across the rooms. For interior designer Susanne Lichten Csongor, the neutral palette and the home’s proximity to the sea called for restrained color choices. She used hues of linen, pale blues, and charcoal in the furnishings (largely English country antiques and reproductions), rugs, and window treatments throughout, often repeating colors but adding subtle variations in patterns from one room to the next in what she calls a “linked hierarchy” that makes each space feel distinct. V-groove paneling, nautical prints and oil paintings, and whale and boat accessories serve as reminders of the seaside locale. Like DaSilva, Csongor had to take the sheer size of the rooms into account: in what the family calls the playroom, with its eighteen-foot ceilings and tall windows and stone fireplace, for example, she placed an oversized table and French country chairs. “Everyone loves volume, but people feel comfortable in intimate spaces,” she says. “A reclaimed wood ceiling, pendant lights, and large furniture bring down the sense of height so that the room feels cozy while still basking in the light from the Palladian windows.” The porch flows effortlessly from the family room in the rear of the home. Landscape architect Clara Couric Batchelor built a simple bluestone patio connecting the covered, open-air sitting room to the outdoor dining area. “They wanted the dining area to be really close to the house, and I think the patio nicely integrates the two wings of the home,” she says. Contrasted with the composed face the home shows to the street, the rear is a riot of angles and

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shapes—oval, square, and rectangular windows large and small, varied rooflines, and classic Shingle-style square cutouts in exterior walls, all framed with Batchelor’s plantings of ornamental grasses, hydrangeas, and black-eyed Susans. The combination garage/guest house, angled in conformance with the asymmetrical property line to catch the water views, helps frame the rear lawn and in-ground pool. “The statement of ‘who I am’ happens in the front of the house; ‘how I live my life on a daily basis’ happens in the back,” says DaSilva. “I think the best art and architecture is right at the edge of chaos, but doesn’t tip over it.” For the Stockels, life at the home they’ve dubbed Warm Welcome is far from chaotic. Most mornings find the couple in the matching Louis XV chairs in their master bedroom sitting area, sipping coffee as the sun rises over the harbor to the east. As a poem by GennaRose Nethercott, commissioned by the architects upon the unveiling of the home, reflects: “You live in a paradox of steady asymmetry/Behold the view to forever.”  RESOURCES : For more information about this home, see

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“The statement of ‘who I am’ happens in the front of the house; ‘how I live my life on a daily basis’ happens in the back,” says DaSilva.

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To fulfill the owners’ request for a light-filled home with a traditional yet casual feel, designer Emily Pinney chose a natural pal-

ette that echoes the subtle hues of the nearby water, exemplified in the living room’s furniture and accessories.

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Sand Castle

TEXT BY ROBERT KIENER 

Wisely working with what nature provided, a design team makes the most of a Nantucket site that boasts its own coastal dune.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY JIM WESTPHALEN

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CLOCKWISE FROM BELOW: The oceaninspired first-floor powder room features woven wallpaper with gaily painted fish and a circular mirror hung by a sturdy rope. The traditional clapboard home includes a welcoming

front porch and a driveway of crushed white clamshell and native pea stone. The open plan unites living room, dining room, and family room, each of which is demarcated by neutralcolored area rugs.

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CALL IT THE DREAM VERSUS THE DUNE. Lisa Botticelli’s clients had the dream. “Like many people who are hoping to build on Nantucket, an ocean view was at the top of their list,” the architect recalls. “They also said they wanted an open design that brought the outside in and a style that captured the spirit of Nantucket.” The couple, who had long vacationed on the island with their three children and had finally decided to build a getaway there, had found a lot in a north-shore neighborhood they loved. Oceanfront, secluded, private—the lot was, in many ways, ideal. There was just one problem: a twenty-foot-plus-high coastal dune that stood between the waterfront and any number of possible building sites, blocking out a good portion of picture-postcard views of Nantucket Sound. And, due to the island’s strict environmental rulings, the protected dune couldn’t be touched. “We understand why the island wanted to

protect the dune, but we wondered if it would obstruct the views we were hoping for,” says the husband. The couple turned to Botticelli and local landscape architect Elisabeth O’Rourke for advice. Says O’Rourke, “The dune was a challenging design issue, but we love a good challenge. It makes work more interesting.” After walking the lot and testing possible views from the tops of small stepladders, the two pros came up with a novel plan. “We realized that by angling the house to the coastline and raising the elevation a bit, we could

PROJECT TEAM Architecture: Lisa Botticelli, Botticelli & Pohl Architects Interior design: Emily Pinney, Pinney Designs Builder: Josh Brown, J. Brown Builders Landscape design: Elisabeth O’Rourke, Jardins International

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CLOCKWISE FROM BELOW: The kitchen’s classic six-over-six windows boast picture-postcard views of Nantucket Sound, easily visible from the island with its New Kashmir white granite top. The more rustic pool house features a

ceiling of reclaimed barn board, lightly washed cypress walls, and a carved whale’s tail from a local artist. Like the rest of the house, the mudroom paneling is painted a bright white that helps fill the home with light.

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ensure some good ocean views from the first floor and knockout views from the second,” says Botticelli. Even better, with this new configuration the dune would buffer the house from nor’easters and other harsh weather that batters the island. After the owners visited the site and checked out the potential views for themselves, they agreed. “They turned a negative into a positive,” says the husband. “We were on our way.” With the help of interior designer Emily ­Pinney and builder Josh Brown, the 7,500-square-foot,

seven-bedroom, two-story (plus basement) home began to take shape. Plans also included a two-car garage, pool with pool house, and a simple cabana near the beach—structures Botticelli cleverly shoehorned into her master design so as not to block any vistas. In classic Nantucket fashion, the house wears white cedar shingles and a red cedar roof. For visual interest, Botticelli varied the height of the eaves, incorporated a series of dormers, and attached a deck off the master bedroom. “The idea was to create more New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  109

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BELOW: The master bath is made for relaxation, with its tub tucked beneath a decorative arch and next to a broad window with stellar views. BOTTOM: A guest bunkroom in the basement can

sleep six in cozy bunkbeds. FACING PAGE: The airy master bedroom with its attached porch plays up the expansive views of the coastal dune and the beach and ocean beyond.

movement in the architecture,” she explains. In a nod to the island’s vernacular of “additive massing,” a first-floor guest bedroom has a shorter roofline to make it look like it was added to the original house. “Again, that helps break up the mass of the house and makes it feel that much more connected to the landscape,” explains Botticelli. Just as Botticelli did with her design of the house and its outbuildings, O’Rourke sought to fashion a landscape that looked as if it had always been there. She chose hardy, wind-resistant plants and worked with an indigenous palette of beach grasses, beach roses, bayberry, and more to connect with the site’s natural landscape. “The idea was to blend the new with the old and make it look like God—not man— did it,” she says. The front of the house has more traditional ­material, including deer-resistant plants such as viburnum, irises, peonies, hydrangeas, and white roses of Sharon climbing up trellises—another ­Nantucket signature. If coping with capricious weather is key to any coastal home’s design and construction, it’s even more crucial on windswept Nantucket. “It’s rough here—four nor’easters this year, one of which had winds in the nineties,” says Brown. “We build homes here as if we are constructing an upside-down boat; the home’s roof is like the hull of a boat. Houses here have to withstand horizontal driving rain.” For this house, exterior flashings and fasteners are durable lead-coated copper or stainless steel. Instead of pine for exterior trim, Brown used clear verticalgrain Western red cedar, which can stand up to the island’s heavy rain, wind, and sun. The traditional six-over-six double-paned windows are framed with

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The pool, with its inset spa, beckons on a moonlit summer night. Like the main dwelling, the

pool house was designed to look as though it has sat on the land for generations.

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CLOCKWISE FROM THIS PAGE: The pool house doors open wide to let in fresh air and sun; an inviting sitting area turns any gathering into a party. No need to ferry drinks from the main house, when

the pool house sports a kitchenette and bar area. A cabana just steps away from the bluff doubles as storage for beach equipment and a quiet, shaded place to enjoy the ocean views.

solid mahogany and impact-rated to survive hurricane-grade winds. The mercurial weather was taken into account indoors, too, where floors of hand-scraped, wirebrushed engineered wood can deal with heat and cold, dryness and humidity with less expansion, contraction, and warping than natural wood. Designer Pinney formulated an interior palette of warm neutrals and cool grays. “These colors complement the landscape really well,” she says. “They pick up the cool ocean colors and the warm colors from the dunes and grasses.” Most of the wood, from the paneling to the ceilings to the trim, is painted in tones of white or cream for a light and airy feel. Simple window treatments help keep the focus on the

coffered ceilings, shiplap walls, and elegant paneling. “We didn’t want to take away from the beautiful detailing,” Pinney says. The soft color scheme carries throughout the open floorplan, from the family room through the dining area and into the kitchen. Transitional-style furniture in the family and dining spaces lends a look of relaxed elegance, and Pinney wisely selected sandyhued rugs with function in mind. “This is a beach house, and there is a lot of traffic in and out, so it’s no big deal if you get sand on these rugs,” she says. The owners gave their frequent guests privacy by locating one guest bedroom on the first floor and two more, one a bunk room that sleeps six, in the basement level. (The master and the three children’s

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“This is a beach house, and there is a lot of traffic in and out, so it’s no big deal if you get sand on these rugs,” says Pinney.

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“The organic driftwood base marries natural with glam in the gold-leaf finish. Placed beside a bed at the beach or a sofa in the city, it will add a tony glow to any space.” 

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1. Coquina Wallpaper by Scalamandré

“This wallpaper adds a fun, dramatic, coastal feel. The sophisticated take on a shell motif is perfect for a powder room.”  | Laura Urban, Urban Design Interiors, Harwich Port, urban-design-interiors.com

2. Branch Cup Coral on a Lucite Base

“We love bringing the ocean home with coveted natural elements like coral From ivory to indigo to blood orange, their tangled tentacles, tubes, and plumes run soft and neutral one moment, bold and vibrant the next, adding small moments of color and texture.”  | Michele Chagnon-Holbrook, Casabella Interiors, East Sandwich, casabellainteriors.com

3. Shell Tiles by Stillwater Porcelain

“This tile really brings the feel of the beach into your home. The neutral tone goes with

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4. Mermaid’s Purse in Nantucket Red “We are always searching for unique fabric and are inspired by other independent artisans who are creating hand-printed, silk-screened, and blockprint fabrics. The simplicity of the seaweed, mermaid’s purses, oyster shells, and horseshoe crabs that wash ashore on Cape Cod beaches served as our inspiration.”   | Beth Odence, Design No. Five, Cotuit, designnofive.com

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1. Maru Occasional Chair by Dovetail

“This chair a nod to nautical that is functional as well as decorative. The unique use of rope combined with a classic teak frame makes it a refined choice for a beach house.”  | Liz Stiving-Nichols, Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design, Vineyard Haven, mvidesign.com

2. Bowline Chandelier by Currey and Company

“This rope and iron chandelier is casual enough to remind us of the simple lifestyle we long to find at the beach—complete with late-night dinners and a house full of family and friends. It’s perfect for any coastal home.”  | Holly Hudson, Holly Hudson Designs, Cataumet, hollyhudsondesigns.com

3. Woodside Nesting Tables from the Jeffrey Alan Marks Collection for Palecek

“These rope-covered nesting tables add just the right amount of nautical flair and sophistication to any room. With Parsons-table style and proportions and a chic woven pattern, they are classically designed but with a twist.”  | Nina Mayfield, Nina Mayfield Design, Hyannis Port, ninamayfielddesign.com

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1. Second Bloom: Cathy Graham’s Art of the Table

“I love creating a table with fresh local fruit; I vary the size of the bowls and don’t mix the different fruit. Lemon leaves add a little pizzazz.”

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2. Bowls and Serving Pieces from Chappaquiddick Wood Company

“These pieces are absolutely gorgeous, and they are handcrafted on Chappaquiddick by local artisans from native Martha’s Vineyard hardwoods. It’s a Vineyard tradition to always have a piece of history in your home, and this is one of mine that will live on for years of Pyden meals!”  | Lisa Pyden, Lisa Pyden Design, Vineyard Haven, lisapyden.com

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“Nestled in an area protected from the ocean breeze, the outdoor courtyard of this West Hyannisport home draws party guests from the screened porch. A custom-built granite table features a natural gas fire element that offers glowing light and warmth and provides a place to set up evening cocktails on a summer night.” | Bernice Wahler

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“Tucked into an oceanfront hillside on Martha’s Vineyard, this outdoor fireplace overlooks Vineyard Haven Harbor. Integrated into the surrounding stonework, it is built of the same New England fieldstone used for the landscape walls, foundation, and the house’s fireplace and chimney.” | Kris Horiuchi PROJECT TEAM

Landscape design: Kris Horiuchi, Horiuchi Solien, Falmouth Landscape contractor: R.P. Marzilli, Medway, rpmarzilli.com

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Nantucket’s private homes and lectures by leading historians, preservationists, and craftspeople. I $350. 508-228-1387, nantucket​ preservationsymposium.org

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Plein Air Festival June 12–17 The Artists Association of Nantucket hosts its seventh annual Plein Air Festival, open to painters who would like to capture the beauty of the island. Highlights of the festival will be a Paint Out at Brant Point on June 13 and a Quick Paint event along South Beach on June 15. I Visit nantucketarts.org for details.

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Arts Alive Festival June 15–17 Arts Alive is a three-day celebration of the arts in Falmouth. Enjoy 60 performances of theater, music, and dance along with more than 50 artisans displaying and selling their wares. I Free. June 15, 5 p.m.–9 p.m., June 16, 10 a.m.–​ 9 p.m., and June 18, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. artsfalmouth.org 20th Annual Evening of Discovery June 20 The Martha’s Vineyard Museum invites you to celebrate the Golden Age of Hollywood at the 20th annual Evening of Discovery. Guests can add to the festive atmosphere by dressing in glamorous period attire. I $250. 5:30 p.m. Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s Vineyard Haven property, 508-627-4441, ext. 117, mvmuseum.org

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Gallery 31 Fine Art Main St. Square, Orleans, 508-247-9469 I gallery31capecod.com Larkin Gallery 405 Commercial St., Provincetown, 508-487-6111 I larkingallery.com

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Field Gallery 1050 State Rd., West Tisbury, 508-693-5595 I fieldgallery.com

MARTHA’S VINEYARD A Gallery 8 Uncas Ave., Oak Bluffs, 917-378-0662 I agallerymv.com

Left Bank Gallery 25 Commercial St., Wellfleet, 508-349-9451; 8 Cove Road, Orleans, 508-247-9172 I leftbankgallery.com

The Christina Gallery 32 North Water St., Edgartown, 508-627-8794 I christina.com

The Munson Gallery 1455 Main St., Chatham,

Eisenhauer Gallery 38 North Water St., Edgartown,

Granary Gallery 636 Old Country Rd., West Tisbury, 508-693-0455 I granarygallery.com Louisa Gould Gallery 54 Main St., Vineyard Haven, 508-693-7373  I louisagould.com/gallery North Water Gallery 27 North Water St., Edgartown,

Old Spouter Gallery 118 Orange St., Nantucket, 508-325-9988  I oldspoutergallery.com Pierce Galleries 5 South Water St., Nantucket, 508-228-1789  I piercegalleries.com Quidley & Company 26 Main St., Nantucket, 508-228-4300  I quidleyandco.com Samuel Owen Gallery 46 Centre St., Nantucket, 508-680-1445  I samuelowen.com

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Barnstable’s Art in the Village The Annual OIA Garden Tour June 23 The Orleans Improvement Association will hold its 30th annual Secret Gardens tour, featuring seven beautiful gardens. Attendees can see plein air painters at work in the garden, interact with master gardeners, and enjoy ice cream. Following the tour, area art galleries will host receptions from 4–6 pm. I $25 in advance, $27 online, $30 the day of the tour. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Tickets will be on sale the day of the tour at the Nauset Regional Middle School Greenhouse, 70 Route 28, Orleans, orleansimprovement.org Art in the Village June 23–24 Enjoy great art and the beautiful village of Barnstable at this annual event sponsored by the Cape Cod Art Center. There will be music, kids’ activities, and a silent auction. I 10 a.m.–4 p.m.  508-362-2909, capecodartcenter.org

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SEPTEMBER You Can’t Spell Martha’s Vineyard Without A-R-T Party September 9 Mix and mingle with Martha’s Vineyard artists at this annual fundraising event. A private home will be the setting for enjoying appetizers, cocktails, and great art. The artists’ work will be on display and for sale. A percentage of the art sale proceeds will benefit the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. I $150; reservations required. 5:30 p.m., Edgartown, 508-627-4441, ext. 117, mvmuseum.org Provincetown Art Association and Museum’s Consignment Auction September 22 The museum’s annual consignment auction includes contemporary and vintage works of art. The pieces will be available for preview September 7–22. Bidding will be live, but the museum will also accommodate absentee bids and phone bidding. Proceeds benefit the museum’s cultural and educational initiatives. I Free. 7 p.m. Provincetown, 508-487-1750, paam.org

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OCTOBER Provincetown Art Association and Museum’s 13th Annual Gala October 6 This elegant dinner gala draws more than 300 people to honor distinguished supporters of Provincetown arts and renowned artists for lifetime achievement. The evening, which takes place at Town Hall and the Bas Relief Park, includes a cocktail reception, dinner, presentations, and dancing. Proceeds help underwrite the museum’s exhibitions. I See website for details. 508-487-1750, paam.org Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival October 17–21 Now in its eleventh year, the four-day festival celebrates the rich traditions of fishing and farming on Martha’s Vineyard. Nationally renowned chefs will create dishes with local ingredients, and wine and spirit purveyors from around the globe will be on hand. I See website for details, mvfoodandwine.com  EDITOR’S NOTE: Events are subject to change. Please confirm details with event organizer prior to your visit.

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This home sits on a stunning six-acre parcel that’s part of a 400-acre former farm in Chilmark, on Martha’s Vineyard. It’s not on the water, so it isn’t technically waterfront, but it overlooks 400 feet of wetlands all the way to the water’s edge. It enjoys views that are there to stay, thanks to a wetlands easement that allows the homeowners to top trees and brush as desired. Listing agent Robert Kenney says there are three things that make this property so special (we think he may be oversimplifying). First is the aforementioned gorgeous site. Second is the home’s exceptional design and craftsmanship. The third is the sense of community provided by the homeowners association that oversees the land.

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The home was designed by Bernard Wharton and Allan Shope of Shope Reno Wharton, the award-winning architecture firm based in Norwalk, Connecticut. The current owners had the house built twenty years ago, with first-rate materials (including Tischler windows and doors throughout), ROOMS: 18 4 BEDROOMS so it’s aging very well indeed. 4 FULL BATHS The roof of the main wing 4,852 SQ. FT. has four cupolas that bring in $15,250,000 an abundance of daylight. The dramatic space is composed of individual bays framed by open trusses, but uninterrupted by walls. The kitchen, dining, and living spaces are separated by low cabinetry; the interior details mimic the hull of a ship. In many ways it’s a classic open plan, but Kenney says there’s a clear sense of connection to the adjacent rooms. There are “sculpted entrances, not mere doors to the breakfast room, the study, even the porch,” he says, “so move| Continued on page 149 May-June 2018 | New England Home  145

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West facing year round waterfront home with gorgeous sandy beach. Includes three extra parcels with access to protected cove. North Falmouth Office 508.563.7173

Breathtaking pond views, beautiful lawn areas, and expansive deck space make this home the perfect summer retreat. Chatham Office 508.945.1856

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This charming beach point gem has it all. With unobstructed views across the Bay. Includes waterfront land across road. Truro Office 508.349.2782

Enjoy an elegant yet a casual luxury lifestyle at The Belmont. Ocean front unit offers spectacular water views. Harwich Port Office 508.432.8800

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Your beach house awaits... 2,215 sq/ft home on an oversized lot of 0.43 acres with deeded beach rights to a private beach on Aucoot Cove, and access to Buzzards Bay. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Cape with and open layout and bright open feel. Bright south facing kitchen with island, dining and/or reading area with a wood burning stove, first floor master suite with a private deck. The 2nd floor of the original cape has two bedrooms and shared full bath. The lower level includes laundry and a bonus room that is an opportunity to be used as a home office, 4th bedroom, playroom or exercise space.

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Sprawling waterfront compound with private dock and beach located in the This ContemporaryPiney home,Point set onneighborhood. over 13 acres in Set on 2.1 East Wareham, offers gorgeous waterviews of Shell Point Bay acres overlooking Buzzard’s Bay, this and surrounding marsh. Built in 1989, its 3,250 square feet lovely sq. ft. home the perfect space forbaths, generainclude first 5800 floor master suite, 3offers additional bedrooms, 3-1/2 tionsroom, of families gather, offering a main residence with laundry formal to dining room, den with gas fireplace, attached guestwith house. rareand property also offers and an large living room gas This fireplace spectacular views. two Modern kitchentwo includes Thermador kitchens, livinggranite spaces,countertops, three-season room, asovens, well as a and Sub-Zero refrigerator. complete large finishedDirect dedicated exercise room,Also 2 car garage,with and boathouse. walk-out deck, patio, and carassociation garage access tobasement, the waterwrap-around and very close proximity to3the with unfinished rooms above. Alarm system, generator, beach club, tennis court, and dock for deep-water access. central vacuum, outdoor shower, and workshop. 37 Pineyadds Point Road, Marion, Massachusetts Professional landscaping to this private, serene home.

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ment through the house isn’t just good flow, it’s an experience.” Duly Noted: This property is one of sixteen private lots that enjoy many benefits afforded by the Squibnocket Farms Homeowners Association—not the least of which is two miles of private beachfront. The association is dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of its open land, much of it under a permanent conservation restriction. Contact: Robert Kenney, Tea Lane Associates, Chilmark, 508-645-2628, tealaneassociates.com. LINK ID # 32757

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Clad in rich red cedar that fairly glows when the sun hits it just so, this home stands out among its weathered-shingle neighbors on the Outer Cape. It’s a standout for a whole host of other reasons, too. The seriously modern structure is quietly abstract, with strong, horizontal lines that echo those of the shoreline. Its interiors are sleek yet warm, spacious yet intimate. Designed by architect Jill Neubauer of Falmouth, Massachusetts, as a summer home for a large family from Connecticut, it was built in 2010 on ROOMS: 10 a sloping lot that meets a bluff overlook4 BEDROOMS 5 FULL BATHS ing Cape Cod Bay. 1 HALF BATH The home was artfully crafted for 6,800 SQ. FT. living and entertaining. The upper level, $4,950,000 with its wide open kitchen/dining/living spaces, feels more grown up, while the lower level, with its spacious family room, seems like a natural for the kids. But make no mistake, there’s plenty of room for everyone: adults, teenagers, children—and all of their guests. Although the house shows only four bedrooms on paper, it can sleep twenty, courtesy of a cleverly designed bunkroom on the lower level. Outdoor spaces include a kitchen/dining/living area and a spectacular roof deck that’s an ideal spot for sunning by day and dining by moonlight. A gorgeous landscape design, by Stephen Stimson Associates of Cambridge, Massachusetts, features native grasses and a small lawn, ipe decking, granite stepping stones, and a wading pool. And oh, there’s a private beach on Cape Cod Bay. Duly Noted: Architect Jill Neubauer is well known for her dedication to energy and environmental sustainability; her firm strives to incorporate non-toxic materials into all of its projects. Utilizing alternative energy

systems and crafted to be LEED compliant, this home is an excellent example of Neubauer’s work. Contact: Paul Grover and Fran Schofield, Robert Paul Properties, Osterville, 508-364-3500, robertpaul.com. MLS # 21713781

Post-and-Beam Revival

If you know anything about the revival of post-andbeam construction, then you know that Tedd Benson wrote the book (four of them, actually) on timber framing; his firm, Bensonwood, designed and built this beauty on Nantucket. An extraordinary Douglas fir frame is at the heart of the home, hovering over and sheltering the wide-open living space. The main house has four bedrooms and four baths, and generous common areas that are designed to connect seamlessly to the open space outdoors. The home sits on a four-acre parcel in one of the most rural parts of Nantucket, overlooking windswept cranberry bogs and backing up to conservation lands. On the inside, the drama begins in the center hall featuring French doors to the outside. To ROOMS: 11 4 BEDROOMS the right is a sun-filled living room with 4 FULL BATHS oversized windows, one of listing agent 5,770 SQ. FT. Bill Liddle’s favorite spaces. There’s a $3,895,000 nearby cozy bedroom and full bath. To the left is the commercial-quality kitchen, quite grand and recently remodeled. The second floor includes three bedrooms and an office with sweeping views. And there’s a mini-me . . . a guesthouse originally built as a private library. Like the main house, it features fine architectural details and superb craftsmanship and holds an open living room, a first floor bedroom and bath, and a second-floor sleeping loft. Duly Noted:Until the late 1800s, most large buildings in America were framed in heavy timbers and held together by mortise-and-tenon joinery. In time, new and faster building methods replaced timber framing, but many of the old buildings survived intact. Intrigued by their longevity, in the mid-1970s, a New Hampshire woodworker named Tedd Benson began experimenting by melding the fundamentals of timber framing with plumbing, electricity, insulation, and other essentials of contemporary construction. Thus, the modern postand-beam home was born. Contact: Bill Liddle, Great Point Properties, 508-228-2266, greatpointproperties.com. MLS # 83679  May-June 2018 | New England Home  149

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AWAY FROM HOME: STAY AWHILE PAGES 40–49

A 40-Year Legacy in Extraordinary Design

Pages 40–41: Salt House Inn and Eben House,

KITCHEN DESIGN: JULIE LYONS PHOTOGRAPHY: DAN CUTRONA

interior design, Kevin O’Shea, Kevin O’Shea Designs, Provincetown, 508-413-9393, kevinosheadesigns.com; The Old Homestead, interior designers, Kristin Hein and Philip Cozzi, Hein + Cozzi, Provincetown, 508-487-0030, heincozziinc.com. Page 45: The Christopher, interior design, Annsley McAleer, Annsley Interiors, Boston, 617-266-1426, annsleyinteriors.com. Page 46: The Richard, architecture, William C. Sullivan, Sullivan + Associates, Oak Bluffs, 508-693-0500, sullivanassociatesarchitects.com; interior design, Rachel Reider, Rachel Reider Interiors, Boston, 617-942-2460, rachelreider. com; Union Street Inn, interior designers, Trudy Dujardin and Price Connors, Dujardin Design Associates, Westport, Conn., 203-838-8100, dujardindesign.com. Page 48: Greydon House, architecture, Matthew MacEachern, Emeritus Development, Nantucket, 508-325-4995, emeritusdevelopment.com; interior design, Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, Roman and Williams, New York City, 212-625-3808, romanandwilliams.com.

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Gregory Lombardi Design, Cambridge, Mass., 617-492-2808, Chatham, 508-593-3175, Palm Beach, Fla., 561-228-1467, lombardidesign.com; landscape contractor, Atlantic Landscaping, Nantucket, 508-325-6777, atlanticlandscaping. com; lighting contractor, Atlantic View Landscape Lighting, Marshfield, Mass., 781-319-1905, atlanticviewll.com; property manager, Five Star Properties, Nantucket, 508-332-9155. Page 56: Natural Beauty, landscape design, James Ogilvy, Ogilvy Landscape Design, Scotland and Nantucket, 774-812-8665, ogilvylandscape.com. Page 58: The Best of Both Worlds, architecture, Paul F. Weber, Paul Weber Architect, Newport, R.I., 401-849-3390; interior design, Carolina Tress Balsbaugh, Manuel de Santaren, Boston, 617-966-8884, manueldesantaren.com; builder, C.H. Newton, West Falmouth, 508-548-1353, chnewton.com; landscape design, Katherine Field and Associates Landscape Architects, Newport, R.I., 401-848-2750, katherinefield.com. P H O T O G R A P H Y B Y: K E I TA R O Y O S H I O K A P H O T O G R A P H Y B Y: K E I TA R O Y O S H I O K A

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Architecture: Jim Cappuccino and Erin Levin,

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Builder: Kendall and Welch Construction, Osterville, 508-428-4900, kendallandwelch.com Landscape design: Kris Horiuchi, Horiuchi Solien, Falmouth, 508-540-5320 Pages 74–75: Driftwood console from James Duncan, jamesstuartduncan.com, runner from Kyle Bunting, kylebunting.com. Page 76: Living room wood paneling designed by Jennifer Palumbo and Archetypal Gallery, archetypalgallery.com; sectional from Lekker, lekkerhome.com; coffee table from Brownstone Furniture, brownstonefurniture.com; side table from Oly, olystudio.com; rug from J.D. Staron, jdstaron.com; dining table by Club Cu, clubcu. com; dining chairs from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, mgbwhome.com; chandelier from Pelle Designs, pelledesigns.com; custom built-in cabinetry by Jennifer Palumbo and Chilmark Design, chilmarkwoodworking.com. Pages 78–79: Kitchen pendants from Casa Design Group, casadesigngroup.com; bar counter by Lightblocks, lightblocks.com; cabinetry by Jennifer Palumbo and Weston Kitchens, westonkitchens.com; banquette and bench by Jennifer Palumbo and Dorset Custom Furniture, dorsetcustomfurniture.com, and Partners in Design, partnersindesignltd.com; table from Club Cu. Page 80: Custom bed and nightstands designed by Jennifer Palumbo, fabricated by Partners in Design; chandelier by Arteriors, arteriorshome. com; benches from Caracole, caracole.com. Page 81: Chandelier from Ro Sham Beaux, ro-sham-beaux.com; millwork by Jennifer Palumbo and Chilmark Design; bed from Room & Board, roomandboard.com. Pages 82–83: Outdoor chairs from 100 Essentials, 100essentials.com, and Palecek, palecek.com; sofas, coffee table, and side table from Casa Design Group, casadesigngroup.com; Chimera pendant from Vibia, vibia.com.

If You Can Dream It, We Can Build It

Fences | Gates | Railings | Pergolas | Arbors | Architectural Metal

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Architecture: O’Brien Architecture, Bedford,

N.Y., 914-244-4202, obrienarchitecture.com Interior design: Mary A. Rentschler, Rentschler &

Company Interiors, Vineyard Haven, 508-693-2058, rentschlerinteriors.com Builder: Joseph B. Chapman, Doyle Construction, West Tisbury, 508-693-9004, doyleconstruction.com Landscape design: Steven P. Yaffe, Crosswater Landscape, Chilmark, 508-645-3695 Page 86: Driftwood shelf and Scoville Brown mirror from Brimfield Antique Flea Market, brimfieldantiquefleamarket.com; light fixtures from Restoration Hardware, restorationhardware. com; rug from Harry King Rugs & Home, harryking.com; painting by Rez Williams, rezwilliams.com. Page 87: Ceiling light fixtures from Shades of Light, shadesoflight.com; artwork by Jeff Hoerle through the Field Gallery, fieldgallery.com; Beverly sofa from Cisco Brothers, ciscobrothers.

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com; rattan chair from Palecek, palecek.com, with Cisco Brothers fabric; Genevieve linencovered chairs from Cisco Brothers; Cleveland Art end table from Brimfield Antique Flea Market; bench from Anthropologie, anthropologie.com; coffee table from Nash Woodworking, West Tisbury, 508-693-3666; rug from Restoration Hardware. Pages 88–89: Chandelier and French director’s chairs from Cottage and Bungalow, cottageandbungalow.com; salvaged wood trestle table and Industrial Coil stools from Restoration Hardware; kitchen light fixture from Hanschka Fine Metalwork, finemetalwork.com. Page 92: Lounge chairs from Lee Industries, leeindustries.com; nesting tables from Sundance, sundancecatalog.com; throw on bed from Katie Leede, katieleede.com, with fabric by Stark, starkcarpet.com; bedding from Serena & Lily, serenaandlily.com; rug from Harry King Rug & Home; York tub from Victoria + Albert, vandabaths.com; vanities from Restoration Hardware; mirrors from Made Goods, madegoods.com; tile from Martha’s Vineyard Tile Company, mvtileco.com. Page 93: Academie bed from Restoration Hardware; Camden night tables from Sundance; rug from Restoration Hardware; Surplus stool from CB2, cb2.com; throw from Mohr & McPherson, mohr-mcpherson.com; bedding from Garnet Hill, garnethill.com.

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Architecture: Polhemus Savery DaSilva

Architects Builders, East Harwich, 508-945-4500, psdab.com Interior design: Susanne Lichten Csongor, SLC Interiors, Hamilton, Mass., 978-468-4330, slcinteriors.com Builder: Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders Landscape design: Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders, and Clara Couric Batchelor, CBA Landscape Architects, Cambridge, Mass., 617-945-9760, cbaland.com Landscape contractor: The Schumacher Companies, West Bridgewater, Mass., 508-427-7707, dschumacher.com Interior millwork: Gary MacKenzie, MacKenzie Brothers, Marstons Mills, Mass., 508-420-4424, mackenziebrothers.com Drapery workroom: Designer Draperies of Boston, Boston, 617-268-2391, designerdraperiesofboston.com Page 97: Outdoor furniture from Somerset Bay, somersetbay.com. Page 98: Silver Satin wall color from Benjamin Moore, benjaminmoore.com; O’Henry House sectional sofa, ohenryhouseltd.com, through Studio 534, s5boston.com, with Rose Tarlow fabric, rosetarlow.com; Charles Pollock lounge chairs through M-Geough, m-geough.com, with Cowtan & Tout fabric, cowtan.com; cocktail table, game table, and game table chairs from M-Geough; New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018  155

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Barley Twist floor lamp from Jamie Young, jamieyoung.com; rug from Patterson Flynn Martin, pattersonflynnmartin.com; lanterns and sconces from Paul Ferrante, paulferrante.com. Page 99: Intense White wall color in study from Benjamin Moore; rug from Steven King Decorative Carpets, skcarpets.com; desk and chair from M-Geough; light fixture from Currey and Company, curreycodealers.com; artwork by Ann Trainor Domingue, through Gallery Antonia, galleryantonia.com. Page 100: Silver Satin family room wall color from Benjamin Moore; area rug from Patterson Flynn Martin; O’Henry sofa and lounge chair through Studio 534; Bausman coffee table from Ailanthus, ailanthusltd.com; console from M-Geough; chandelier from Formations, formationsusa.com; Leith Check bench cushion fabric by Classic Cloth, dessinfournir.com; dining room rug from Steven King Decorative Carpets; dining chairs and sideboard from M-Geough; chandelier from Visual Comfort, visualcomfort. com; mirror from Paul Ferrante. Page 101: Counter stools and light fixtures from M-Geough; faucet from Perrin & Rowe, perrinandrowe.co.uk. Page 102: Calm wall color from Benjamin Moore; area rug from Steven King Decorative Carpets; bedding from Matouk, matouk. com; bed from English Farmhouse Furniture,

Award Winning

englishfarmhousefurniture.com; wing chair from Scalamandré, scalamandre.com; bedside tables from Sweet Elle, sweetelle.com; lamps from Jamie Young. Page 103: Silver Cloud wall color from Benjamin Moore; area rug from Stark; bedding from Matouk; bed steps from Leonards New England, leonardsantiques.com; bedside table from Ailanthus; table lamp from Visual Comfort; Minton-Spidell lounge chair from M-Geough; floor lamp from Visual Comfort.

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Your Maine Spirit

Resources

Architecture: Lisa Botticelli, Botticelli & Pohl

Architects, Nantucket, 508-228-5455, botticelliandpohl.com Interior design: Emily Pinney, Pinney Designs, Cambridge, Mass., 617-500-0147, pinneydesigns. com Builder: Josh Brown, J. Brown Builders, Nantucket, 508-228-8799, jbrownbuilders.com Landscape design: Elisabeth O’Rourke, Jardins International, Nantucket, 508-325-9911, jardinsintl.com Pages 104–105: Marsh Sunset III by Jamie Kirkland through Jules Place, julesplace.com; toss pillows from The Lion’s Paw, thelionspawnantucket.net; shades from Conrad, conradshades.com; sofa from Webster & Com-

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pany, webstercompany.com; floor lamps from Visual Comfort, visualcomfort.com; coffee table from Formations, formationsusa.com; ceramic vase by Jill Rosenwald, jillrosenwald.com. Page 106: Acquario wallpaper by Cole & Son, cole-and-son.com, through Lee Jofa, leejofa. com; mirror from Restoration Hardware, restorationhardware.com; Matouk hand towels from Syd + Sam, syd-and-sam.com; dining area chandelier from Ironware International, ironwareinternational.com; area rug from Steven King Decorative Carpets, skcarpets.com. Pages 108–109: Hand-carved whale’s tail from Nantucket Looms, nantucketlooms.com; sofa from Restoration Hardware; coffee table by Salvations through The Martin Group, martingroupinc.com; kitchen shade fabric from Brunschwig & Fils, brunschwig.com. Pages 110–111: Arctic Pear chandelier by Ochre, ochre.net; Colefax & Fowler drapery fabric from Cowtan & Tout, cowtan.com; bathroom floor tile by Marble Systems, marblesystems. com; white dolomite shower walls from The Tile Room, tileroomnantucket.com. Pages 112–115: Outdoor tables, chairs, and sofa from Kinglsey Bate, kingsleybate.com; Tuuci umbrella, tuuci.com, through Webster and Company; bar stools from JANUS et Cie, janusetcie.com; decorative paddles on cabana from Ropes & Wood, ropesandwood.com. 

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Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod works in partnership with families in need to build homes, hope, lives and community.

Partnership is key to our work. Habitat invites people of all backgrounds, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, political views, or any of the other distinctions that too often divide people, to build houses alongside the future owner. Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod has built homes in all 15 towns on Cape Cod. To donate locally: 411 Main Street, Yarmouth Port 02675 (508) 362.3559 WWW.H A B ITATC A PEC OD .O RG

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Ad Index

A helpful resource for finding the advertisers featured in this issue Audio Video Design 140

Longfellow Design Build 18

Audio Video Intelligence 155

Lux Lighting Design 73

Best Tile 154

M. Duffany Builders, Inc. 139

Bilek Builders, LLC 55

Mac Davis Flooring 150

Boston Stone Restoration 138

Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design 22

Botello Home Center 49

Marvin Design Gallery by MHC 28

C.H. Newton Builders, Inc. inside front cover

McPhee Associates 59

Campbell Smith Architects 57

Mid-Cape Home Centers 19

Cape Associates 35

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams 21

Cape Cod Lanterns 152

The Nantucket Art & Artisan Show 159

Carpet Barn – Carpet One 34

Nelson Mechanical 140

Casual Designs of Cape Cod 60

New England Shutter Mills 10–11

Catalano Architects, Inc. inside back cover

Paragon Landscape Construction 152

Catamount Builders 135

Parterre Garden Services 38

Cataumet Sawmill 138

Pastiche of Cape Cod 8–9

Charles Hilton Architects 39

Patrick Ahearn Architect, LLC 6–7

Classic Kitchens & Interiors 144

Paul F. Weber Architect, LLC 125

The Converse Company Realtors 148

Perfection Fence 153

Crown Point Cabinetry 133

Pinney Designs 118

Details, Inc. 44

Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders back cover

Diamond Spas 69 Donna Elle Seaside Living 31

RESCOM Architectural, Inc. 33

E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. 121

Rob Bramhall Architects 129

East Coast Design/Living Swell Marblehead 16–17

Roomscapes Luxury Design Center 151

Ferguson 70

Runtal North America, Inc. 63

Finelines 65

Salt Architecture 136

Fresh Interiors, Inc. 137

Saltwoods Boston 53

Furniture Consignment Gallery 142

Shiplights 150

Gakidis & Stewart Design Group, Inc. 48

Shope Reno Wharton 71

Garage Headquarters 131

Snow and Jones 32 Sotheby’s International Realty 146

Gregory Lombardi Design 64

Stark Carpet 23

Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod 158

Sudbury Design Group, Inc. 14–15

Hammer Architects 37

sullivan + associates architects 144

Heather Wells, Inc. 12–13

Susan Dearborn Interiors, Inc. 72

Hutker Architects 2–3

SV Design, Siemasko + Verbridge 43 Thomas J. O’ Neill, Inc. 24

J. Graham Goldsmith, Architects 62

Thomas L. Turcketta Building and Remodeling 143

Jamestown LP/Boston Design Center 117

The Tilery at Tree’s Place 36

Jeff Soderbergh Custom Made Sustainable Furnishings 41

Upstate Door, Inc. 154

Jill Neubauer Architects 45

Wayne Towle Master Finishing & Restoration 51

Joseph W. Dick Architecture, Inc. 29 Kathleen Hay Designs 1 Kendall & Welch 148 Kenneth Vona Construction, Inc. 4–5 Kinlin Grover 147 Kistler and Knapp Builders, Inc. 127 LAKESTREETSTUDIO 141 Latitude Architects 116 LDa Architecture & Interiors 132 Lewis & Weldon 27

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GF Architecture, LLC 142

Holly Hudson Designs 123

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R.P. Marzilli & Company, Inc. 52

Dujardin Design Associates, Inc. 20

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Waterscapes Design Group 47 West Barnstable Tables 136 Weston Carpet & Rugs 157

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Wiggly Bridge Distillery 156 ZEN Associates, Inc. 61 New England Home Cape & Islands, Summer 2018 © 2018 by New England Home Magazine, LLC. All rights reserved. Permission to reprint or quote excerpts granted by written request only. Editorial and advertising office: New England Home Magazine, LLC, 530 Harrison Ave, Ste 302, Boston, MA 02118, 617-938-3991.

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Bookend

Design Ideas In Print

It’s safe to say that no single architect’s vision is more inextricably knitted into the built fabric of Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard than Patrick Ahearn’s. To date, Ahearn has been involved in an astonishing 177 projects, both public and private, around the town, and more than 200 across the Vineyard as a whole. In a new book, Timeless: Classic American Architecture for Contemporary Living, you can now peruse a selection of the firm’s dwellings— several of which, including the beauty shown here, have graced the pages of New England Home over the years.  | $60, Oro Editions, oroeditions.com 160  New England Home Cape & Islands | Summer 2018

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New England Home Cape and Islands 2018  

Living The Dream

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Living The Dream