Home & Design

Photo: Andrea Hubbell

Subtle and simple: In neutral shades, a kitchen for the moment

Buildings reflect priorities. In 1949, when Jennifer Greenhalgh’s house on Park Street was built, kitchens were not the centerpieces they’ve become today. She and her husband Blake bought the colonial-style dwelling in 2008 and immediately set about making the kitchen more relevant to their contemporary lifestyle. “The kitchen was much smaller,” she remembered, standing with […]

Jeannette’s favorite room is her bedroom. “It’s visually relaxing for me with everything being mainly black and white (my favorite),” she said. “I have a wall covered with photos of family and favorite people, all things that make me smile when I first wake up. My favorite thing to do is curl up on the bed under the giant mosquito net and read. It’s the more grown-up version of my sheet tent from childhood.” Photo: Amanda Maglione

At home with… Jeannette Andamasaris

Local designer Jeannette Andamasaris wasn’t always into design. In fact, when she graduated from Ohio University, she had a degree in Marine Biology. But traveling around the world as a dancer honed her interest in architecture and other cultures and, while working as a performance artist, she had the opportunity to get involved with the […]

In his own home, former Stereo Types owner Greg Hiemenz relies on speakers by Bowers & Wilkins, a brand that's favored by musicians and sound engineers. Photo: Stephen Barling

Sounding superior: Shop smart for your next sound system

Now that it’s out of fashion to put your boombox on your shoulder and parade up and down the street, how are you supposed to force your superior music taste down the ear canals of passersby? Sadly, just about the only way to spread your song-selecting genius these days is to lure folks into your […]