Friday, August 8, 2014

Published in the Boston Globe

Last week while I was on our Summer vacation, a project of mine (our basement studio in my own home) was published in the Boston Globe in the G Style section! Once I knew that this was truly real and that it had made it to the printers so to speak, I sent my husband off (on his bicycle from the beach house) to grab some hard copies in Chatham. It's really hard to get projects published and this writer, Jaci Conry from the Boston Globe actually contacted me, and of course I was thrilled and open to have her interview me. She wrote a great article. You can also read an old blog that I wrote on the space and see more photo's here.

I also have to thank Jessica Delaney from Jessica Delaney Photography who did such an awesome job with the photography and is so fantastic to work with. We actually completed another shoot together recently but I need to get those photo's up on the site, pronto!

Cheers to getting published! Here are some photo's from the actual paper from last week.


  1. I love this basement! We have a similar basement in the Boston area, and I'd love to make an arts and crafts area for my daughters. Question - what did you do with your stairs? Do you have any photos of the stairs? Thanks!

    1. Sally, thanks for your note. When we closed the stair in, we decided to add to the wood stairs that were already there (just added new treads) and painted them white too. I then added a 100% custom wool runner (broadloom cut to about 32" wide and seamed) which is in a darker black/wheat small pattern to complement the rest of the interior. I used Landry and Arcari for the stair runner by the way. Italian Wool, Abetone Club, Col: Panda. Best of luck!