Home & Garden
Step into the some of the most beautiful and charming homes and gardens on the island through beautiful photography and descriptive writing. Make yourself at home!
Balancing the historic integrity of a Nantucket home with the modern conveniences of a new, state-of-the-art kitchen can be challenging, but it is possible.
The Nantucket Preservation Trust, which is...read more
There are many houses in our lives, some in places we will never forget.
What we remember is often a mix of landscape, memories and people who lived there with us. Or perhaps it’s simply the way the...read more
The cottages in Leslie Linsley’s new book may be small, but they have big personalities.
In “Nantucket Cottages & Gardens: Charming Spaces on the Faraway Isle,” Linsley, who partnered with island...read more
No one knows exactly when this house was named, but its owner thinks “None Too Big” suits it just fine.
This iconic Sconset cottage in the Pump Square section of the village has a colorful history. Built...read more
LIVING SMALL, as typified by cottage living, has become a responsible, chic, innovative and practical wave of the immediate future, not only on Nantucket, but throughout the country.
Many homeowners are...read more
Nowhere in this country are there more charming and diverse cottages featuring small pocket gardens and window boxes than here on Nantucket.
Many of these cottages are now being renovated and restored by...read more
When it’s time to put my garden to bed each year, there are decisions to be made. The thrifty Yankee in me wants to bring in plants and fill the house. The practical me says, “Whoa” and my husband says,...read more
I can relate to people who are obsessed with their lush green lawns. Really, I can.
My siblings and I spent a great deal of time riding a lawn mower in our youth. That is not to say that our parents made...read more
This stylish cottage in Madaket is designed for simplicity.
Home to award-winning interior designer Trudy Dujardin and her husband Frank Fasanella, her fifth house on the island is a testament to...read more
NANTUCKET LOOMS has been an institution on the island since 1968 when two men – Bill Euler, with a degree in hotel management from Michigan State University and Andy Oates, a weaver and textile designer...read more