04.01.08

A Chappaquiddicker evolves along with her land.

By Margaret Knight

04.01.08

Compelling economics, fast-track completions, and customized designs have triggered a modular mini-boom on the Vineyard.

By Shelley Christiansen

04.01.08

How can you tell if your deck is safe?

By Tom Dresser

04.01.08

After Michael Faraca unexpectedly found himself working in a garden – and enjoying it – he educated himself in quintessential design, and with a couple of Anglophile clients, went on to develop a decidedly formal side.

By Mike Seccombe

04.01.08

The entire width of my front yard morphed into a galaxy of pink blossoms two hundred and fifty feet wide. Cherry trees. Three full-grown Kwanzan ornamentals perfectly planted in a row, in bloom. It looked like Mother Nature had thrown me the party of a lifetime.

By HJ Bernstein

12.01.07

The hearty souls who embrace the quiet of this place during the off-season find the strength of community lasts all year.

By Holly Nadler

10.01.07

Whether contemporary in design or modeled after something historic, the work of William Parry is the epitome of high-end craftsmanship. Though sometimes the best thing about his windows is you don’t see them at all.

By Phyllis Meras

10.01.07

In Linsey Lee’s oral history of Martha’s Vineyard Vineyard Voices, Eric Cottle of Chilmark remembers that when he was young, houses were moved around the Island using oxen.

By Geoff Currier

10.01.07

This green-friendly Vineyard Haven home started with bales of straw in its walls – to conserve wood, for insulation, and to save money.

By Margaret Knight

10.01.07

Don’t be scared away by its reputation for being difficult to grow: If you choose the right variety for your home, you’ll surely see an orchid blooming inside this winter.

By Jeanne Campbell

10.01.07

The off-season is the best time to prep your lawn, plants, and garden to go chemical-free.

By Linda Black

10.01.07

When a family with triplets decided to move full-time to the Vineyard, they had to make some changes to the vacation house they had recently built.

By Lauren Martin

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