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A Lyrical Line

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C. H. Becksvoort of New Gloucester, Maine. It’s a name synonymous with high-quality Shaker-style furniture. Chris Becksvoort uses... Read More »

A Whole Month in Your Hands

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Here’s a thoughtful way to mark the passing of the months and years: a calendar sphere. Designed and... Read More »

Artful Arrangements

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Balance and harmony are core elements of ikebana, a Japanese style of floral arranging. George Saridakis’s ikebana vases... Read More »

Blowin’ in the Wind

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The answer, my friend, is a wind chime by Goose Rocks Designs. Each stained-glass mobile not only delights... Read More »

Fine Art That Floats

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“Boats are designed to work best in the waters of the designer,” says boatbuilder Nick Schade. “The coastline... Read More »

Follow the Leader

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You won’t see a mama cow and her young like these on any Vermont hillside! Thanks to the... Read More »

Get On Board

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Here’s a clever and gentle way to introduce both girls and boys to hobby railroading: NameTrains. This wooden... Read More »

Grab This

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Fashionistas know winter brings a whole new selection of season-appropriate fabrics. Boston-based designers Kelly Smith and Chris Grimley... Read More »

Home Sweet Home

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In the mid-1930s, Roy Dennison Sr. made a log building set for his children. True, the famous Lincoln... Read More »

Jigsaw Joy

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Older children (ages 8 and up) and young-at-heart adults will enjoy White Mountain Puzzles. The catalog features almost... Read More »

Let the Light Shine

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How’s this for amazing? Peter Bloch of New London, New Hampshire, takes 200-pound chunks of local aspen wood... Read More »

New England’s Finest: Fine Woods

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Performance Adornment

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Diana Hall of Rumford, Rhode Island, is a sailor, jeweler, and daughter of a carbon-fiber mast maker. Now... Read More »

Pick-Me-Up

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There’s nothing like a good cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa on a cold day. Beth Mueller’s hand-crafted,... Read More »

Princess Charming

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For something whimsical and playful, choose this sterling-silver toggle charm bracelet by Emily Rosenfeld. A heart, a star... Read More »

Ready, Set … Smile!

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There’s only one problem with choosing Pulp’s handmade albums and scrapbooks — trying not to order too much.... Read More »

Sail Away

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Maine natives Hannah Kubiak and Beth Shissler have created an innovative recycling program — turning retired sails into... Read More »

Shipbuilder to Dream Builder

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Former shipbuilder Brad Story is inspired by the birds of the salt marshes near his studio and home... Read More »

Snug as a Bug

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Keep little toes to chin warm this winter by bundling your baby in a fleece bunting. This cozy,... Read More »

Tabletop Décor

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Designer Mary Wilson knows how you can liven up your eating space even on the darkest days —... Read More »

The Way Things Work

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Know a student who might be your town’s next science fair award winner? For kids ages 5 to... Read More »

The Whole World in Your Hands

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Robert Forenza calls his Hugg-a-Planet stuffed Earth “the teddy bear of the 21st century.” You can hug it... Read More »

Ticking with a Twist

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In designer Drew Ann Dunigan’s childhood, ticking was the basic bedcovering at camp. Now she has cleverly taken... Read More »

True Reflections

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“Let the wood speak for itself,” says designer and woodworker Gary Spykman of Keene, New Hampshire. And so... Read More »