Whether it’s an over-leaning leaner or an inner mainmast waiting to be set free, Mark Clements is at your service.

By Rebecca Busselle


Joe Parham knows a good house when he sees one.

By Erin Ryerson


Whether you go grand and planned or just fill a modest bed with your favorite edibles, there’s really no reason not to have an herb garden. Trust us. Your tastebuds will thank you.

By Catherine Walthers


Ben Scott and Lainey Fink are settling into Island life just fine.

By Alexandra Bullen Coutts


There are places you remember all your life, though some have changed.

By Brad Woodger


A garden lives on in memory of the painter who created it.

By Phyllis Meras


Sculptor and stoneworker Eben Armer has a passion for granite, as poet and dock builder Steve Ewing discovered one hot summer afternoon.

By Steve Ewing


An East Chop classic reflects the interior design flair of its owner.

By Heather Hamacek


Patrick Ahearn has had a hand in designing more than 160 projects in Edgartown and shows no sign of slowing down.

By Beth Edwards Harris


A beloved family summer place takes a few steps backward and is rebuilt, but stays true to its old-school roots.

By Elizabeth Hawes


Is the formerly whispered-about conflict between conservation and housing a thing of the past?

By Mary Breslauer


It makes perfect sense that writers Geraldine Brooks and Tony Horwitz feel right at home in a house that is stuffed to the crooked rafters with history.

By Laura D. Roosevelt